Last Call to Enter Horses in the May Internet Auction

“Entries will close for theMay INTERNET Auction on Monday, May 8th.  Bidding will open on May 14th and close on My 16th,” announces Mike Jennings of Professional Horse Services, LLC. “The May Internet Auction is

Ranch Riding

An inside look into Ranch Riding with honorable judge and trainer Jason Contreras Ranch Riding has quickly become one of the most popular classes at the horse show. When looking into the practice pen, you

Annies Smart Cat and Johnston win Open Bridle Spectacular

Annies Smart Cat continued to add to his lifetime earnings with a victory in the Open Bridle Spectacular at the 2023 Teton Ridge Stallion Stakes in Las Vegas. The win also qualified NRCHA Million Dollar

Von Cali and Edsall Hit It Big In Vegas

Von Cali is a chill horse with a lot of ability, according to trainer and National Reined Cow Horse Association Million Dollar Rider Clayton Edsall, but his climb to the top of the derby-aged pack

Show me the Money Show

It’s a wrap for the Show Me The Money Show in Burbank.   With close to 6000 entries and lots of awards, including cash money, most everyone went home with a prize. The show was smoothly

Emergency Foal CPR

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is the restoration of spontaneous circulation and breathing and is used in cases of cardiopulmonary arrest, defined as sudden cessation of spontaneous and effective respiration and heartbeat. This most often occurs in

Arizona Cutting Horse Association Spring Fling

April 5-8, 2023 at Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Center Open Mike Wood & Look Both Reys owned by Dawn Chapman Derby Open Joshua Hofeldt & Sovereign Nation owned by Nate Ahlin Classic Open Tosten Peterson

Know Your Footing

Olympia Footing Olympia Footing LLC offers a broad range of services include site consulting, new arena installation, revamping old arenas with a wide range of textiles and sands with the expertise to blend them specifically

SCRCHA Second Show of the Year

Southern California Reined Cowhorse Association lucked out with weather for their second show of the year. We dodged the rain before and after the show, and had dry footing in a covered arena to show

Find for Your New Horse for Spring in the April Internet Auction.

“Riders and breeders looking for new horses this Spring will find some nice ones on the April INTERNET Auction catalog. Bidding will open on April 10th and close on April 12th,”  states Mike Jennings of Professional Horse

Preparation Helps Foaling Go Smoother For Both Mares And Horse Managers

Horse owners who take a few steps to prepare for foaling can promote a smoother birthing process for their broodmares, according to Oklahoma State University Extension recommendations. “A foaling mare should be as relaxed as possible and

Got Insurance?

EMO Insurance Your horse is a valuable asset and a considerable financial investment. Protecting that investment with equine insurance has been EMO’s specialty for more than 25 years. We’ve earned a reputation for providing horse

2023 Arizona Sun Circuit A Huge Success

For a few nerve wracking days, it looked as though inclement weather across the nation would severely impact horses getting to Arizona for the 50th Anniversary Scottsdale Arizona Sun Circuit March 4-12. However, as the

Top Five Foolish Reasons Not to Get Liability Insurance

If you have an equine business, no matter how small or unprofitable it is, you need commercial liability insurance. Period. Here are some of the common reasons we hear about why trainers, boarding stables, and

Inaugural American Performance Horseman

Inaugural American Performance Horseman sees Top-Ranked Professionals in Cutting, Reining and Reined Cowhorse put it all on the line for $1,000,000 at one Ground-Breaking Event inside Globe Life Field Adan Banuelos, Casey Deary and Sarah

The Perfect Start

Setting a colt up for success from the very start with expert Linde Von Koeding Giving a young horse the best start is vital to their success and longevity in whatever direction that you plan

Breathing Heavy: Looking at Heaves

We have all had a hard time catching our breath from time to time, but can you imagine if that happened on a consistent basis? For horses with heaves, a disease much like asthma in

Enter Horses Now for the April Internet Auction 

“Entries are open for the April INTERNET Auction for Quarter Horses, Paints and Appaloosas.  Bidding will open on April 10th and close on April 12th,” announces Mike Jennings of Professional Horse Services, LLC.  Recent auctions have shown STRONG


Red Bluff boy and family to be guests at this year’s Red Bluff Round-Up A very special person and his family will be guests at this year’s Red Bluff Round-Up. Lucas Bartsch, his parents Chris

Nutritional Considerations for Spring Grazing

For most horsemen, spring is a welcome season. Among other reasons, spring brings the green up of pastures. While grass seems the most natural of feedstuffs for horses and ponies, it can stir up health concerns in susceptible individuals.

Shop for Your New Horse in the March Internet Auction Now

“If you are looking for that new horse for this Spring take a look in the March INTERNET Auction catalog with more than 40 Quarter Horses, Paints and Appaloosas.  Bidding will open on March 12th 

Handing Over The Reins – Western States Horse Expo

Western States Horse Expo returns to Murieta Equestrian Center June 9-11, 2023 Scheduled for June 9-11, 2023 to be held at Murieta Equestrian Center, Sacramento Ca. The new and revived crew is eagerly planning ahead

10 Things You Might Not Know About Equine Genetics

DNA is found in the nucleus of cells. Samples submitted for genetic testing are usually hair, blood, or tissue. Hair samples must contain the “bulb”, which looks like a tiny ball at the root of

Chill Out! Does Your Horse Need a Calming Supplement?

In our modern world, where we provide for our horses’ every need, it’s easy to forget they are still prey animals wired to “run first, think later.” This flight instinct is beneficial for mustangs living

Evaluation & Care of Newborn Foals

The normal gestation period of mares varies from 320 to 360 days. As a mare approaches parturition, the udder begins to enlarge and may leak small amounts of colostrum, which dries over the ends of

Basics of Effective Horse Fencing

Whether it’s a backyard pen for a single horse or a large equestrian center, a well-designed and maintained fence is an asset. While many people marvel at the appearance of attractive fences around pastures and

Going From Green to Gold

Ciera Bennett loves developing her show partners from green prospects to gold buckle winners. Like most horsewomen, Ciera Bennett has been drawn to horses for as long as she can remember. Once she reached the

NRCHA Announces that the Hackamore Classic will move to Tulsa, Oklahoma

The National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) announces that the Hackamore Classic will move to Tulsa, Oklahoma July 24-30, 2023. This event was previously held in conjunction with the Snaffle Bit Futurity® in Fort Worth,

The Basics of Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome

Modern feeding and management scenarios often place horses at risk for gastric ulcers. Commonmanagement practices that place horses at risk of gastric ulcers include meal feeding, diets high inconcentrates and low in forage, intense training

ReSolvin EQ™ Special Needs Nutrition for Horses Predisposed to Gastric Ulcers

Equine gastric ulcer disease (EGUS) affects all classes of horses but is especially widespread among performance horses. Because of this, preventing and treating gastric ulcers remains a priority for those invested in the well-being of