Welcome HayBalancer & Adventurista Designs!

AdvStu-9-editlores2015 has brought positive changes to Cayuse Crest Communications, our family of sites that includes NickerNews, BestHorsePractices and UtahOutsider.

We’re growing in readership and advertisers are jumping aboard. Please welcome Adventurista Designs and Dr. Thornley’s Hay Balancer.
We met Adventurista Designs founder Meghan Holler at the Outdoor Retailer last year and have since reviewed her fun line of active-friendly jewelry. Read the review here.

Our recommendations?

The Puff Drop silver earrings and the Water Drop necklace. The colorful necklace has a strong magnetic clasp, so when you get snagged by a branch while trail riding, it won’t break and you won’t be choked.

DTHB-A20-2Hay Balancer is a common sense, science-supported product made in Utah.  The product was born from nearly two decades of nutrition research by veterinarian Dr. David Thornley Hill. Studies show most supplements are expensive and have next to no tangible benefits for your equines. Read more here. Hay Balancer is not fairy dust; it’s been developed to plug the nutritional holes left by inferior hay. Turns out most hay doesn’t give our horses all they need. In coming months, you’ll read more about our own little evidence-based trial with Hay Balancer. Stay tuned.



MEA’s Dr. Lila Solomon assesses a mini.

In other news, Maine Equine Associates conducted a successful Winter Seminar last month to benefit three local organizations working with the community to use horses in their therapy programs.  MEA sent $580 each  to Bull Ring Belgians, Healing Through Horses, & Horse N Rider Connections.
This month, Riding To The Top Therapeutic Riding Center is hosting a Cabin Fever series of events at its Windham, Maine, facility.

Send us your events and check out some early offerings here on our Events page!

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