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How to Take a Riding Lesson – Eight Ways to be a Good Student

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Many articles are written on how to find a good instructor. This article will focus on how to be a good student. Good instructors truly want to help their students learn. Instructors prepare lesson plans and bring their best into the arena. They want their students to succeed and have …

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Large Animal Rescue: Educate Yourself, Veterinarians, and First Responders in this Specialty Rescue

Many of us grew up watching “Lassie”. The poor collie kept busy leading rescuers to accident-prone Timmy after he fell down cliffs, got stuck in quicksand, or ended up in abandoned mine shafts. After a bit of drama, the rescuers always successfully extracted Timmy from his entrapment. Would the rescuers …

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Consider the Safety Risks of Riding or Driving During This Epidemic

A letter from concerned reader One of the things we may not think about is our safety while riding and working with our horses during this quarantine. How might this affect our hospitals: Read more… Karen PickeringOwner/Publisher Karen’s lifelong love of horses began at a very early age when she …

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The COVID-19 Dilemma

Information from a Veterinarian for Horse and Pet Owners COVID-19 is a term that has rapidly acquired worldwide recognition.  The seriousness of this highly contagious disease is inescapable.  The situation and information regarding COVID-19 is fast changing.  Below is recently collated information from three veterinary sources:  the American Association of …

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