Horse Sense: A Short Documentary

Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Tues., April 2, 2013 7 PM Lory Student Center Theatre, CSU Campus A short panel discussion will follow the film. Space is limited, so please respond at your earliest convenience here, or contact Katie Briggs at (970) 297-4266. Horse Sense is a documentary on Colorado State University’s […]

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Sgt Reckless: The Little Horse That Could

The story of Reckless is not only remarkable – it is unusual. And once you learn about her, you will see why the Marine Corps not only fell in love with her – but honored her and promoted her every chance they got.  And it wasn’t just the Marines that served with her in the […]

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C.U. Science Discovery: Science of Horses

The University of Colorado, Boulder campus, C.U. Science Discovery is offering a five-class on the “Science of Horses.”  Developed by Faith Beveridge and Samantha McBride in 2012, the class is being offered once again this summer to students ranging in ages from 9-13. Participants travel to locations daily and should be prepared with sturdy footwear, […]

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Pilates and Riding—a perfect combination!

A few years ago I was fortunate enough to put these two together— Pilates and riding. Boy was I getting stiff and inflexible (and older every day). I sit at a computer all day, like many of us and when it came time to ride and ask my horse to flex it was like trying […]

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Stretching Your Horse’s Hay Supply During Drought

Drought conditions result in poor hay, poor pasture production, and rising feed costs. Often, horse owners are forced to find alternative feed sources to either stretch their limited hay supply or completely replace it. Some quick facts: High-fiber roughages should make up the majority of a horse’s diet. Ideally, horses should receive 1.5 to 2.0 […]

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