8 Tips for Horse Care Basics

1. What is the Basic Care for Horses? Horses are truly amazing and beautiful animals. But they are also very sensitive and they require a great deal of care and attention. Owning a horse requires not only understanding, but also patience and a lot of love. Caring for horses can be a lot of work, …

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Business Branding in Equine Marketing is Another Type of Horse Brand

Winter has arrived, and in North America, the breed inspection and branding seasons have both passed. Horse branding season, NOT horse businesses. Branding horses happened as far back as Alexander the Great, c. 355 BC – June 326 BC. Alexander the Great’s horse was named Bucephalus after the ox-headed brand on its haunch. Bucephalus was a …

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Meris Bickford Honored as EQUUS Foundation Humanitarian Award Recipient

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] Meris Bickford received the EQUUS Foundation Humanitarian Award at the Pegasus Awards Dinner on January 12, 2023 during the US Equestrian Annual Meeting in Lexington, Kentucky. The EQUUS Foundation and the United States Equestrian Federation established the Humanitarian Award in 2009 to honor a member of the equestrian …

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Adrienne Lyle Claims FEI World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle

The first “Friday Night Stars” evening of musical freestyle action during the 2023 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) in Wellington, FL lived up to its stellar billing despite unseasonably chilly temperatures. The week’s highlight class, the FEI World Cup™ Grand Prix Freestyle, presented by Lövsta Stuteri, produced top class dressage, personal bests on the podium, …

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Record Precipitation Sets Stage for Record Grass and Brush Wildfire Fuel Growth

Mitigation Possible with Wild Horses YREKA, CA, US, January 13, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — Over the past 60 days of winter (2022 2023) western states of California and Oregon have seen well above normal precipitation, primarily in California, according to a report by Reuters. Some rain and snowfall records are being broken with even more precipitation …

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If Your Life Is In Turmoil, These 5 Things Can Help

Your life is unpredictable. One minute everything is going smoothly. Next, everything is crashing down around you. Your life is in turmoil with no instructions. A precarious state prevails in our country and world. The Russian/Ukraine war has everyone feeling anxious. Talk of nuclear war has us all in a panic, so many of us …

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Exposing the Flaws of a Failed Paradigm Killing American Wild Horses

YREKA, CA, US, December 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The assumption that the ‘1971 Free Roaming Wild Horse and Burro Protection Act’ (‘1971 Act’) is protecting American wild horses today is incorrect. It’s a fact that over the past 50+ years since the 1971 Act was passed, socioeconomic impacts on land management policies driven by consumerism …

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Great Pyrenees Grooming Tips – You Gotta Have SPECIAL Techniques for Large Breed Dogs

Large breed dogs pose special grooming dilemmas. You need Great Pyrenees grooming tips. The Great Pyrenees and other Bernard family members have cornered the market on that special combination of girth and hair. Without a regimented grooming routine the Pyrenees’ flowing white locks can easily morph, soon resembling an electrocuted Komondor on steroids. One obstacle …

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You Need to Know When It’s Time to Bug Out

Those who are prepared for survival situations know that a bug out may come. A bug out is exactly how it sounds. It means it’s time to get out of dodge. Bugging out may mean you’ll have to get where you’re going by walking. You Must Be Prepared When You Pack! If this is the …

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Updates from Wild Horse Fire Brigade

We have some exciting news from our participation at the 10th Annual EQUUS Film & Arts Festival that was held in Sacramento, CA from Dec. 2-4. The skies opened up and deluged many outdoor events. The snow that hit the mountains to the east of Sacramento (Tahoe, etc.) was heavy, so Festival attendance by some …

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