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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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Cowboy Campground at Legacy Park, Idaho City – The New Generation

Sometimes, even in the midst of a pandemic one gets a call that is life changing. One Tuesday evening in July, Bob and Sabrina Amidon, received a phone call from a friend. All the caller said, “I know you are avid horse people, did you hear that Cowboy Campground in …

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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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Old Bits: 17 Tips When Hauling Horses Long Distance

[sayit block=”1″]Life in a Horse Trailer Dealing with and Minimizing Travel-induced Stress by David Sauter, DVM, Kulshan Veterinary Hospital In this installment of the Doctors’ Corner we’ll examine the kinds of stress trailering puts on a horse and the associated medical concerns, followed by measures that encourage safer, healthier transport. …

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