New! The Grannus Sport show coat by Cavallo

  Updated, figure flattering cut, black velvet accents at collar and pockets, and satin pinstripe lining at collar, pockets, and placket give this coat a modern, elegant look, with a sense of fun. The washable performance fabric has the drape and hand you expect from top-quality fabric, along with easy-care …

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Horse Problems

Horseman Clinton Anderson explains From Colt Starting to Well-Trained Horse

Symptoms Of A Cause By Clinton Anderson   The majority of horse “problems” aren’t really problems at all; they are really just symptoms of a cause. Ninety-five percent of all the problems you will ever have to deal with as a horse owner will fix themselves if you do the groundwork …

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Club Corral—WRHA

  The EHV-1 outbreak put a crimp in everyone’s show schedule, including Washington Reining Horse Association. The Classic, originally scheduled for June 3-5, has been rescheduled for August 19-21, still to be held at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe. Coming up in July is a show with our affiliate …

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Looking to Learn? Try Equine Anatomy Courses!

  The University of Guelph offers Equine Anatomy Courses. Equine Functional Anatomy will be offered this Fall. The online course will focus on the incredible ability of  horses’ movements and athletic feats. Focus will be on components of the systems that enable these athletic achievements. It is a study of …

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GaleShield Weather Control Mesh: A Northwest Weather Solution.

Necessity Drives Invention of Weather Savvy Product By Alana Linderoth   GaleShield Weather Control Mesh is now used in arenas and buildings all across the northwestern United States and Canada. By 2000, Gale had developed a product, Galeshield, which can be uniquely designed to each arena or buildings dimensions. Of …

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State Vet’s Word on EHV-1

  State Vet’s Word on EHV-1 By now, everyone in the horse world knows about the EHV-1 outbreak, but here are some words from Dr. Leonard Eldridge, state veterinarian with Washington State Department of Agriculture.   Clinical signs may include: nasal discharge, in-coordination, hind-end weakness, recumbency, lethargy, urine dribbling and …

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Jane Savoie’s Dressage 101

The Ultimate Source of Dressage Basics in a Language You Can Understand By Jane Savoie     Dressage 101 is a one-volume new edition of the bestsellers Cross-Train Your Horse and More Cross-Training. It’s a simple, riddle-free system of training that places a high priority on the horse’s physical and …

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Forging Ahead

EHV and the Show Season   Canceled. Postponed. We haven’t made a decision yet. We’ve heard all of these over the last few weeks with regards to the status of horse shows due to the EHV-1 and EHM situation. Add to that the poor weather and I think its safe …

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Flax Plus by Herbsmith

  Herbsmith Inc. is proud to introduce their amazing formulas in a new, easy-to-administer option! They’ve combined their same reliable solutions with the many well-known benefits of flax: Improve the appearance of the horse’s coat, contains Omega 3’s that support joint health, the cardiovascular system, and the skin/coat. Great taste for …

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The Secret Lives of Horse Trailers Part 2

Wheel Bearings, Races, and Seals, OH MY! By Leigh Goodison Grieve   In the last article on horse trailer safety and maintenance we discussed tires and wheels. If the wheels of your trailer are the legs, then certainly the wheel bearings, spindles and axles are the heart—without them, you don’t …

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