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12132 271st Ave SE, Monroe, WA – Pegasus with 47+ acres

PEGASUS, Landmark Equestrian Estate on Woods Creek. Pristine 47+ acres, comprised of two parcels, main residence and two caretaker homes. This magnificent property boasts 2 identical main barns. 19 Stalls in each, rubber paved aisleways, full length lofted hay storage. 60 x 120 Covered arena, 3 shed row barns with …

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Winter Hoof Pain – A Temporary but Serious Issue for Some Horses

For some horses, temperature drops bring the onset of relentless hoof pain. Photo by Kim Roe

Article by Eleanor M. Kellon, VMD for ECIR Group Inc. Frozen and lumpy ground can make any horse hesitant and short-strided but cold-induced hoof pain is something different. Most horses are energized by cooler weather, bucking and playing exuberantly. But for some horses, temperature drops mean the temporary onset of …

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Got the Grit? Apply Now!

The Mustang Heritage Foundation (MHF) has opened applications for those interested in competing at one of three Extreme Mustang Makeovers slated for 2021. The events will take place June 24–26, 2021 in Lexington, KY; August 11–14, 2021 in Oklahoma City, OK; and October 15–16, 2021 in Logan Township, NJ. During all three …

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Book Review—The Five Horse Types – Traditional Chinese Medicine for Training and Caring for Every Horse

Dr. Ina Gösmeier is a classically trained veterinarian. She supports her Western medical practice with knowledge gained through the study of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This handbook provides a basic introduction to the guiding principle of determining a horse’s type before making decisions about handling, care, training, or treatment. According to TCM …

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January 2021

NW Horse SourceThe Northwest Horse Source is an independently owned and operated print and online magazine for horse owners and enthusiasts of all breeds and disciplines in the Pacific Northwest. Our contemporary editorial columns are predominantly written by experts in the region, covering the care, training, keeping and enjoyment of horses, …

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Baroque Feathered Farm, Raising Gentle, Willing, and Versatile Gypsy Vanners

Janelle Braun’s broodmares prove themselves as working horses. Photo by Jessica Farren

Article by Cole Peak   “The big thing that sets us apart from other breeding programs is that our mares aren’t just for breeding,” says Janelle Braun, owner of Baroque Feathered Farm, as she leans against the wall of her tack room in Carnation, Washington. “We ride them.” Janelle, whose …

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Trainer Profile Submission Form

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Celebrating Northwest Trainers and Instructors! NW Horse Source is celebrating Northwest trainers and instructors! Our newest column will profile trainers from all over the Northwest in multiple disciplines. Please answer these questions for a chance to have your article appear in the magazine and online. We believe that connecting riders, trainers …

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