Are you one of the many horse owners who worries about your horse lacking hydration during the winter months? Keeping your horse hydrated is crucial, especially during the cold spells that can make drinking uncomfortable and unappealing to your equine pals. Not drinking enough can lead to serious … [Read more...] about Does Your Horse Have a Drinking Problem?
In an effort to keep spectators and participants safe this summer, the traditional western 2020 Babbitt Ranches Annual Colt Sale will not be held in July, for the first time in decades. Instead, organizers are planning an online auction in March 2021. “We want to thank everyone who joins us each … [Read more...] about Babbitt Ranches Postpones Colt Sale
Horses and mules of the Grand Canyon are kicking off the National Park Service Centennial. Last month, they made their first 2016 appearance by trotting through the Parade of Roses in Pasadena, California. “Our participation at the Tournament of Roses Parade televised our history and continued … [Read more...] about Whoa Nelly, National Park Service Celebrating 100 Years
The recent outbreak of equine herpes across a number of western states, including Arizona, could not have come at a worse time in the season, according to Northern Arizona veterinarian Dr. Jim Maciulla. He explains that the scare over the virus happened during the middle of a series of major horse … [Read more...] about Region Escaping Worst of Equine Virus
Due to the loss of a critical partner in producing the event, an increase in operating costs, and the elimination of state financed support for county racing in the State of Arizona and in Coconino County, the Coconino County Board of Supervisors met in special session on May 27, 2011, and voted to … [Read more...] about County Cancels Horse Races