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Robert Gonzales – The Epitome Of A True Horseman

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Robert Gonzales – The Epitome Of A True Horseman

Sea Ridge Farms is a true horseman’s paradise. Owner and Trainer Patty Vatterott is dedicated to offering horses and riders at her world class facility in the heart of Wellington, Florida horse country the very best in coaching, training, boarding, sales, and equine management. The facility, just a hack away from the Wellington Equestrian Centre Central Park, boasts superior amenities including light, airy box stalls in the show barns, lush turnout paddocks, two expansive arenas with state-of-the-art footing, and top-notch trainers and care.

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The EMO Agency – Horse Insurance By Horse People

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The EMO Agency – Horse Insurance By Horse People

The EMO agency has a motto–“EMO is an agency of horse insurance specialists who are also horse people who ride, compete, and fox hunt. That’s why horse owners, instructors, trainers, horse farms, and event managers nationwide trust their insurance needs to EMO.”

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Horse Show Biosecurity

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Horse Show Biosecurity

The major shows are upon us and with them comes one of the things we all fear most–a sick horse. Biosecurity should be a priority for owners and exhibitors before, during and after a show to ensure the health and welfare of the animals shown as well as those at home. Biosecurity is the development and implementation of management procedures designed to reduce and possibly prevent an equine disease from infecting an individual horse or from entering a population.

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Five Liability Tips For Equine Professionals

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Five Liability Tips For Equine Professionals

Succeeding in the horse industry is difficult. Hours are long. Expenses continually increase. Busy equine professionals, such as riding instructors, trainers, and boarding stables, often lack the time to think about liability and risk management, but these topics are important. Lawsuits can be expensive and disruptive to your business.

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Alternative Therapies That Benefit Horses And Humans

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Alternative Therapies That Benefit Horses And Humans

Today there are many ways we can help horses perform optimally to keep them sound and comfortable. Just as for human athletes, sore muscles and joints can hinder a horse’s performance. These situations can often be addressed with therapies like chiropractic, massage, and cold treatments to help the body regain better mobility and comfort.

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Flight Path – Paige Rogers

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Flight Path – Paige Rogers

When Paige (Stawicki) Rogers was four years old, she finally received her first horseback riding lesson. “My mom had tried to get me into any other sport–gymnastics or tennis–to steer me down a different path, but that obviously didn’t go as planned! On my eighth birthday, she broke down and got me a Paint Horse,” Rogers says.

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Form To Function

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Form To Function

Examining the Performance and Purpose of Today’s Hunter Under Saddle Horse.

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It Takes A Horse Show To Raise A Child

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It Takes A Horse Show To Raise A Child

They say it takes a village to raise a child. Well, that saying could never be truer than in the horse show community. Those who grew up playing hide and seek in barn alleyways and roaming the showgrounds with a band of friends fondly remember exactly what that feels like.
That experience is certainly unusual in today’s modern society. How many other places would a parent be willing to turn their kids loose for a few hours knowing they have the freedom to explore, but knowing they’ll also be safe?

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From The Publisher – Judging By The Book

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From The Publisher – Judging By The Book

The Beatles recorded their hit song, Can’t Buy Me Love, in early 1964. Written by Paul McCartney, this song was the next big hit for the band. McCartney said the song was about the fact that no matter how much money could buy, it “won’t buy me what I really want.” Hence the refrian, “‘Cause I don’t care too much for money, Money can’t buy me love.”

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On The Cover – Gun Smokke

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On The Cover – Gun Smokke

Back in 2008, before a young Cody Parrish could even drive, he was on his way to the Redbud Spectacular with his mom, Candy Parrish of Parrish Quarter Horses in Pavo, Georgia. “Bret didn’t want me to drive the whole way to Oklahoma myself,” Candy explains, “so he had us stop at Masterson Farms and spend the night.” It was there in Somerville, Tennessee where Candy first saw KM Hot Number–who was born that night.

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