Group Scheduling with a Vet

Group Vet Appointment

When you board at a facility, you can typically do group scheduling with a vet for spring/fall vaccines to save on the Farm Call fee. This can be a pretty significant savings VS if you had the vet out for just your horse. There are many…

Horse Lease Do’s and Don’ts

Horse Lease Do's and Don'ts

Being a party in a horse lease can be tricky; whether you are the lesser or lessee. Here are some important factors to consider when deciding if leasing your horse out is right for you, or if leasing a horse is going to work…

Choosing the Right Horse Hauler

Horse Haulers

The horse hauler you entrust with the transportation of your equine partner is important. Not only do you expect your horse to make it to the destination, but you also expect adequate care during the trip. Things to remember to get in writing are: how often…

Equine Enteric Coronavirus in Colorado

Coronavirus in Colorado

Unfortunately, many barns have been hit with the Coronavirus in Colorado this year. It is a disease that many have not heard of, but can be very serious. In an effort to provide you with the most accurate information, we did some research via…

Care Credit: Get your Horse Vet Help on Payments

Care Credit

Do you need to get your horse or other equine (or ANY pet) seen by the vet but don’t have the money right now? Get your horse vet help on payments: that’s where Care Credit steps in.

Equine Insurance and more!

Albracht Insurance

We have teamed up with Dennie Harms of Albracht Insurance to answer some questions on Equine Insurance and Other Insurance types that revolve around the horse industry. Equine insurance can be complicated if you are unfamiliar with it, and hopefully the information below will…

Biosecurity and Your Horse

We have teamed up with Dr. Bret Luedke from Heritage Equine to write a comprehensive article on biosecurity. Bio-Security for the horse owner: Boarding barns can be a great place to meet and ride with like-minded horse people across many disciplines but can also serve as…

Free horses are not FREE!

Free Horses in Colorado

You found a free horse on Craigslist (or wherever), awesome! But; horses with good training and manners with the ability to perform well, have money invested in them and no one is just willing to throw away that money. In most cases there are…

How to be a New Boarder in a New to You Barn! Or Just a Good Boarder in General!

Be a good boarder in Colorado

Moving barns is never an easy decision. But once you have made the decision and are the new boarder; here’s a few easy ways to make friends and get you AND your horse settled into your new barn!

VS (Vesicular Stomatitis) and Your Horse

Vesicular Stomatitis - VS in Colorado

Vesicular Stomatitis (VS or VSV) is a viral disease that primarily affects cattle, horses, and swine and occasionally sheep, goats, llamas, and alpacas. Humans can also become infected with the disease when handling affected animals, but this is a rare event. The main sign…