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Top 10 African Horse Safari Love Stories

Top 10 African Horse Safari Love Stories

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-shows-clinics

Africa's intoxicating atmosphere and spectacular vistas have been the backdrop for the most captivating love stories throughout time - both fictional and real-life romances alike. This February, with the unmistakable feeling of love lingering in the air, let's take a look back at the love stories that have unfolded within the African Horse Safaris' community.  

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Colic Prevention Education Month 2024 Focuses on GI Health for Your Horse

Colic Prevention Education Month 2024 Focuses on GI Health for Your Horse

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February is Equine Guelph’s Colic Prevention Education Month when we tackle the number one killer of horses with our highly popular free healthcare tool, Colic Risk Rater (http://www.thehorseportal.ca/ColicTool). After you complete the free risk rater to assess your horse’s risk, you will have the option to learn more by signing up for Equine Guelph’s short course Gut Health & Colic/Ulcer Prevention from Feb 26 – Mar 8, 2024.

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Learn How Horses Communicate in this Free Online Course for Youth

Learn How Horses Communicate in this Free Online Course for Youth

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Guelph, ON Feb. 6, 2024 - Do you love horses and want to understand them better? Do you want to learn how to read their body language, and the cues they give one another? If so, you might be interested in a free online course offered by Equine Guelph, the horse owner and caregiver’s centre at the University of Guelph.

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QMS Secures Canada’s First IEA Regional Berths

QMS Secures Canada’s First IEA Regional Berths

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January 24, 2024 – Duncan, BC, Canada – The QMS Equestrian Team has jumped into the American IEA show circuit this year with phenomenal success. The QMS Hunt Seat Varsity team and five individual riders have qualified for the IEA Regional and Zone 9 Finals in their inaugural competition year, setting these trailblazing riders on an exciting path.

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RMK Trailers Celebrates 1st Anniversary

RMK Trailers Celebrates 1st Anniversary

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RMK Trailer Sales is the newest trailer dealership in Ontario. Located in Bothwell, ON, RMK Trailer Sales is celebrating their first anniversary.

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Horseacholic Anonymous Meeting

Horseacholic Anonymous Meeting

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There is a Horseacholics Anonymous Meeting being held Feb. 25th at Southampton Golf and Country Club. It opens at 10:30 with brunch at 11:00. and meeting until 2:00. 

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A Cowboy Farewell to Don Nye

A Cowboy Farewell to Don Nye

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Another cowboy has left us, to be greeted around the campfire by all the other cowboys who passed before him. After a long fight with cancer, Don Nye passed away peacefully on December 17, 2023, in his 91st year.

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Grey Bruce Farmers’ Week’s Horse Day Wrap-Up

Grey Bruce Farmers’ Week’s Horse Day Wrap-Up

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Grey Bruce Farmers’ Week Horse Day has wrapped up for another year! Held on Sunday January 7th at the Elmwood Community Centre, it was a strong gathering of horse enthusiasts and industry personnel with live presentations throughout the day, an active tradeshow and recorded content on-going for the next month. What a wonderful opportunity for learning, and a great way to kick off the new year!

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2024 - The Winter of the Hay Belly

2024 - The Winter of the Hay Belly

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-health, Reviews

My horse looks fat! But when I check his Body Condition Score, he is under 6: I can easily feel his ribs and there are little to no fat deposits along his neck, withers, shoulders, back or tail head. 

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Pro And Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 22

Pro And Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 22

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, western riding

Jen: As a coach the very first question I ask someone who comes to me as a potential client is: “What are your goals?” I listen in to what they are telling me; I want to hear both their short and long-term goals. If they don’t articulate them, then I ask them specifically. Oftentimes, people don’t think short or long term and have a vague idea of what they want. 

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