(Mis)adventure in the Bob Marshall Wilderness – Accidents Happen but Being Prepared Pays Off

Two paramedics, a pilot, and a friend attend to Robert after his accident. Photos by Robert Eversole

Outside an emergency room entrance, an unfamiliar town stretches ahead. I’m unsteady and wobbly on new crutches and wearing a hospital issued suit of sweatpants, a t-shirt, and a single anti-slip sock. A flimsy plastic bag held all my belongings, a vial of narcotics, and $150 in cash. No wallet, …

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RM Ranch of Rexford, Montana – Breeding and Training Versatile Horses

Photo by Kembrough Chesson

The Northwest Horse Source is celebrating Northwest trainers and instructors! Our newest column profiles trainers from all over the Northwest in multiple disciplines. We believe that connecting riders, trainers, and horses is necessary for success in the horse business. It’s our goal to support the equestrian lifestyle for all our readers.   If you’re a trainer who’d like to be featured …

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Outbreak Alert: April 17, 2021 – Equine Influenza in Clackamas County, OR

Potomac Horse Fever

Source: Attending Veterinarian Number Confirmed: 1;; Number Exposed: 10; Facility Type: Boarding Facility; Age: 15; Gender: Gelding; Breed: Quarter Horse (QH); Onset of Clinical Signs: 4/13/2021; Clinical Signs: Cough, Nasal Discharge; Confirmation Date: 4/16/2021; Horse Status: Affected And Alive; Vaccination Status: Status Unknown; Notes: For more information about equine influenza go …

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