Challenges in Caring for Therapy Horses 

CHAPS volunteers posing with a rider on a horse

Reading Time: 3 minutes Ask any rider and they’ll likely tell you the first place they go after a tough day is to the barn. The healing power of horses is no secret to those who spend time around horses regularly. Equine Assisted Services (EAS) brings together horses and humans to work as one towards a common goal — […]

QUICK TIP: The Risk of Rabies Is Real for Horses

Reading Time: 2 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Adrienne McAleer Zoetis 973-822-7145 Theresa Fitzgerald Bader Rutter tfitzgerald@bader-rutter.com262-938-5513 Minimize the threat of all equine core diseases with annual vaccination By Kevin Hankins, Senior Veterinarian, Equine Technical Services, Zoetis All horses are exposed to the five potentially fatal core diseases — West Nile virus, Eastern and Western […]

Pauls Valley Facility – BLM

Reading Time: < 1 minute The facility is just a short drive south of OKC and can be found at the Kimberlin Road Exit on I-35. The BLM’s Pauls Valley Facility has lots of nice animals that are just right for spring training!  In addition to adoptions held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, they post photos of specific […]

Buying the Dream Farm

Reading Time: 5 minutes For many professionals in the horse world, having their own farm is an important goal. Whether you are a trainer hoping for your own training barn, a barn manager looking to open your own boarding facility, or a horse owner wanting to start a breeding operation, having your own farm is a necessity if you […]