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Horse owners can track and share rides with friends, get the latest equine news and log vaccinations, deworming and dental exams with the EQStable™ app, by Zoetis.
“The EQStable app was developed by horse owners, for horse owners. The Zoetis Equine Team is excited to share this tool that allows you to create a virtual stable on your phone, making it easy to manage your horse’s health care while being fun at the same time,” said Kate Russo, marketing manager, U.S. Cattle and Equine Marketing, Zoetis. “Plus, with EQStable, you can track and share your favorite rides and stay up to date with the latest equine news from TheHorse.com.”
Adam H. Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture for the State of Florida, visited Wellington, Fla., on Tuesday, May 21, to meet with the Palm Beach Horse Park development team to discuss plans for the proposed equestrian facility.
The development team presented the current plans and ideas for the Horse Park, designed to be an addition to Wellington's thriving equestrian scene. The Horse Park would provide a year-round home for Quarter Horses and Western riding, adding a Western flair to the top-notch equestrian offerings in Wellington.
Salem, Ore., realtor Catherine Ulrey, of Keller Williams, specializes in buying and selling horse properties. As a competitive horsewoman, she understands the value of finding the perfect horse property, and also makes sure her clients understand the value of a well-planned move.
Moving a family and household can be stressful enough, without the additional work and concern of moving a barn and horses.
Cutting and life are similar in that they are both long, forked trails. Decisions beget decisions. Some are harder than Chinese arithmetic. Making no decision is a decision. Allowing others to make your decisions is a decision. All decisions are ultimately yours. No one always makes the right decision, but making the decision the right way for the right reasons will go a long way toward making it the right decision. Making the right decision for the wrong reasons may well doom the decision.
Accomplished cutting horse trainer and aged event producer Pat Earnheart, 65, Hernando, Miss., passed away Tuesday, May 28, following a long illness.
A member of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open Riders’ Hall Of Fame, Earnheart earned $1,940,955 during a career that started in the early 1970s. He also worked many years with partners producing several major limited-age events, including the Memphis and Tunica futurities and the Cotton Stakes Derby and Classic.