The first horse to try it, took to it quickly. "It was interesting to watch. Floris seems calmer in his stall on this surface. He seems to be thinking about where his feet are and balancing himself evenly on all fours."
Posted on May 6, 2020
In equestrian sport, whether you have reached the level of an FEI Athlete, aspire to compete as one for your country, are an active competitor, or just love to follow equestrian sport, this article addresses the current climate of our sport. As we...
Posted on Apr 30, 2020
As a longtime Markel Equine and Farm Insurance Specialist, I am here for you, along with my assistant and Customer Sales Representative, Tracey Scharf, to provide the personal assistance and services needed in our industry.
Posted on Apr 20, 2020
We are all waiting out the long term affects that COVID 19 “ said Director of Flight Operations and Director of biosecurity at Brook Ledge, Scarlette Gotwals DVM. “ Meanwhile, we have ramped up all biosecurity measures, to protect our drivers, staff, clients and the horses in our care.”
Posted on Apr 18, 2020
For nearly as long as horses have been domesticated, the relationship between barn confinement and respiratory disease in the horse has been recognized. This relationship is intuitive, especially when we consider that deep in the lung, where the blood takes up oxygen, the barrier between the outside air and the horse’s circulation is as thin as a couple of cells.
Posted on Apr 13, 2020
Modern horse-keeping practices often limit feeding to two or three daily meals. Unless a horse is turned out to graze or barn staff frequently refills the hay supply, the horse doesn’t receive more hay until the next feeding.
Posted on Apr 13, 2020
About three years ago, I had an opportunity to try a new concept in bedding for my ponies, and have been using it ever since. AirLiteUSA is the #1 choice in the United States for unused cardboard animal bedding products and for a good reason. No more...
Posted on Apr 8, 2020
At Equine Legal Solutions, is responding to many questions from barn owners asking if they should close their barns to boarders and visitors. Some want to close their barns to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but are worried that if they do, they will...
Posted on Apr 1, 2020
The coronavirus-induced implosion of the entire 2020 international show jumping calendar, including the Tokyo Olympics, has Australian star Rowan Willis on the unfamiliar turf of not knowing exactly what's ahead. Well there is an upside....
Posted on Mar 31, 2020
Tuesday, March 24 at 5pm, Horses in the Morning Radio Show will be hosting The Coronavirus FB Live: CEO, Bill Moroney, and HR Director, Kelly Bolton of US Equestrian (USEF) join Glen Hebert to chat about the status of horse sports in the US, what the...
Posted on Mar 24, 2020