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Lights, Camera, Action!

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Lights, Camera, Action!

Other odd jobs include painting blood splatters and stains for a Saddam Hussein torture room for Three Kings. One time, she was lowered by ropes and a harness to paint the underside of a suspension bridge over a raging river. She also had to recreate a mutant-sized, trap door spider’s nest in Eight Legged Freaks. However, the oddest thing she’s ever been asked to paint is a dead cow on the set of The Postman.

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EC TV- Partner Trail

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EC TV- Partner Trail

Coming soon to a horse show near you (when quarantine is over) is Partner Trail! *Must provide your own donkey or dog. Thanks to Cheyenne Augsburger for this great video of Unanimously Too Cool, aka “Allie,” and her best buddy, Sherman the donkey. If you have a fun video showing what you and your animals are […]

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EC Photo of the Day- Very Best of Friends!

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EC Photo of the Day- Very Best of Friends!

“We can stay up late, swapping manly stories, and in the morning… I’m making waffles!”- Donkey from Shrek We all have that friend. You know the one who is a bit more excited to be sharing your company than the other way around? That’s the case with Unanimously Too Cool, aka “Allie,” and her best buddy […]

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EC TV- COVID-19 Schooling Survival Guide- Showmanship Instruction

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EC TV- COVID-19 Schooling Survival Guide- Showmanship Instruction

Click here to view the article that accompanies this instructional video. EC TV- COVID-19 Schooling Survival Guide- Showmanship In continuation of our highly popular COVID-19 Schooling Survival Guide, we have a special Showmanship pattern, just for Equine Chronicle readers, courtesy of Shannon Vroegh. Check out the video of the pattern, performed by Mallory Vroegh. Click […]

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Charity Accepting Contributions to Help Horses Impacted by COVID-19 With Feed and Vet Care

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Charity Accepting Contributions to Help Horses Impacted by COVID-19 With Feed and Vet Care

Feed assistance funds will be distributed through a new, temporary disaster relief effort called “Feed for Horses.” The Foundation will work with recognized equine nonprofit organizations with whom it has established relationships to provide feed assistance.

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Horse Returns to Training After 2 Colic Surgeries and Removal of 15 Feet of Intestine

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Horse Returns to Training After 2 Colic Surgeries and Removal of 15 Feet of Intestine

Aguado gave Monty a dose of flunixin, a drug commonly used on horses to relieve pain associated with colic. The drug did not seem to have any effect, and Monty’s condition was not improving. Having never experienced colic with her horses, Aguado called Monty’s veterinarian and his trainer. Due to the late hour, they suggested getting him to the UC Davis veterinary hospital immediately, as its Large Animal Clinic’s 24/7 emergency service was the only place that could help him.

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EC TV- Not Social Distancing

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EC TV- Not Social Distancing

You know what it’s like in quarantine. You miss your friends. You can’t go play at horse shows. You don’t have access to your favorite snacks. Clearly “Indy” is missing her watermelon treats. Sure, she’s violating social distancing orders, but we will let it slide this time. Thanks to Linda Abbott Spino for sharing this […]

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COVID-19 Schooling Survival Guide- Showmanship

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COVID-19 Schooling Survival Guide- Showmanship

Breaking to a walk from an extended trot, without stopping, is tough enough as it is, but this transition is made even more challenging, because it occurs on a left bending arc. “Think about how this transition it tougher because the break to the walk is on a left bending arc. The horse has to increase his step to follow you around the arc on the outside.”

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EC TV Call- What’s Cookin’?

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EC TV Call- What’s Cookin’?

During this time spent in isolation, you might be eating more home-cooked meals than usual… So, we want to see your favorite quarantine meals and snacks. Healthy or mouth-watering. Sweet or savory. It’s up to you! Film a brief video of you making your favorite quarantine meal, and email it to B.Bevis@EquineChronicle or DM The […]

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On the Front Lines: AQHA Amateur, Kara Flentje, Doing Her Part

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On the Front Lines: AQHA Amateur, Kara Flentje, Doing Her Part

She regularly performs chest x-rays on people who have been infected with COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms. “This requires me to be in close contact with these patients, and I wear personal protective equipment (PPE), such as a face shield, mask, gown, and gloves.”

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