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Horse Savvy Day Planner and Equine Health Planning System

Horse Savvy Day Planner and Equine Health Planning System
Catherine Madera

by Catherine Madera

 

 

Managing information is a challenge and we all have lots of it: personal, household, work, and horse-related. Recently I discovered a new, user-friendly planner: The Horse Savvy Annual Planner. Besides plenty of space for the humans involved, this one has a helpful section just for the horses in your life. No more dusty barn calendars. There’s a section for general equine information, vaccination/deworming/vet, farrier, breeding, and even one for show results and expenses.

Product details:

Your 2011 Horse Savvy Day Planner measures 5 3/8 x 8” closed and displays a flat, satin finish writing surface measuring  11” x 8.” Use this calendar as your personal planner, daily riding journal, lesson planner, engagement calendar, pocket planner, or desk calendar; adapt it to suit your needs. Horse-lovers will admire the breeds, colors, styles and landscapes detailed in over 56 full color pictures. Each image is seasonally placed beside the oversized custom Monday to Sunday weekly calendar format. The planner opens with a full- 12 month, year-at-a-glance 2011 Calendar, which is followed by 53 Weekly Spreads, highlighted by the Equine Health Planning System +bonus pages and then finishes with the 2012 Monthly year at a glance.

The Horse Savvy Planner retails for $24.95 but is on sale now for $12.97: www.savvysystems.ca. It makes a great gift and is available to groups for fundraisers.

 

Published November 2011 Issue

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Catherine Madera

Catherine Madera attended Walla Walla University in Eastern Washington where she majored in communications/journalism. After winning a national competition for Guideposts Magazine in 2004, Catherine concentrated on non-fiction inspirational stories. Since then, she has published numerous personal and ghosted stories for Guideposts and their affiliate publications. Catherine has published in many regional and national magazines/newspapers and her work is included in several anthologies. She specializes in equine-related topics and profiles and serves as editor of The Northwest Horse Source. In 2010 Catherine’s non-fiction story, A Hero’s Work, received the Merial Human-Animal Bond award given by American Horse Publications. She has also authored three works of fiction and provides editing/writing assistance through Word Horse Writing Services.

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