Wellington Horse Shows
Serving Wellington and Palm Beach County Equestrians
Including Wellington, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach,
Loxahatchee, the Acreage, Royal Palm Beach, and Palm Beach Gardens,
Oct 6, 2015
Horse Training Secrets - Cure Your Horse of Bad Habits in Just Hours
Imagine taking ANY horse and taming and training him in as little as 4-6 hours... yes 4-6 hours...
Picture being able to accomplish it gently - with a deep understanding of the horse and his natural instincts and urges.
And what if you had the knowledge and ability to eliminate any bad habit your horse could throw at you? I'm talking about balking, shying, kicking, biting, halter pulling - you name it!
Imagine the pride you would feel, both in your wonderfully trained horse, and in yourself, when he obeys your commands, let's you saddle and mount him without question, and stables easily.
Oct 5, 2015
SURPRISE! YOU'RE AN EQUINE PROFESSIONALYou have a full-time job, or you're a student. But you also have a horse in the barn. Wouldn't it be nice to make money from the horse? What if you offered riding lessons on the weekends or did some "moonlighting" as an instructor to generate extra cash? You may think your part-time business activities are a mere hobby, but the law might say quite the opposite.
When you accept money in exchange for providing a service, such as giving riding lessons, the law may regard you as a "professional." For example, of the 47 states with an equine activity liability law (as of October 2015), several of them define "equine professional" to include people who receive “compensation” for giving riding lessons. More info...
Sep 30, 2015
Helping Hand: Finding a Farm Sitter
If you have horses at home, making travel plans can be complicated. If you have ties to a local boarding operation that you trust, some people will decide to board their horses while they are gone. If you lack that option, or your number of horses makes that cost prohibitive, your best option is usually hiring a farm sitter.
The best way to find one is often word of mouth - because those sitters come with built-in references. Ask other horse people, vets, farriers, and local horse businesses. More info...