In our latest blog articles, we delve into the unique aspects of horse ownership in Colorado, exploring topics ranging from the region’s diverse equestrian communities to the challenges and rewards of caring for horses in the Rocky Mountain state. Gain insights into local regulations, scenic trail recommendations, and expert tips tailored to horse enthusiasts navigating the distinct landscape of Colorado.
Colorado equine facilities are targeted by a late bill planned for this 2024 session. Based upon the report and policy recommendations of an animal policy think tank called the Animal-Human […]
Harsh title right? That’s because it is a harsh reality. Releasing balloons as a memorial might seem like a touching and symbolic gesture, but there are several environmental and ethical […]
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While it may have a touch of the “Wild West” vibe, the coexistence of horses and alcohol in a shared location isn’t uncommon. If you’ve ever pondered the potential outcomes […]
In spite of the sub-zero temperatures and snowy conditions, the 118th stock show in 2024 ranked as the 10th most attended. Over 670,000 attendees engaged in various activities such as […]
Winter is known for bringing chilly temperatures, but Colorado residents experienced an exceptionally sub-zero freeze on Monday, January 15, 2024, that left us all reaching for extra layers. What makes […]
by US Equestrian Communications Dept. | Jan 10, 2024, 1:00 PM Lexington, Ky. – US Equestrian is proud to announce the launch of the newly amended USEF National Endurance Award Program, […]
As winter descends upon us, horse and equine owners find themselves faced with the imminent challenge of an Arctic Blast storm, bringing subzero temperatures that can pose significant risks to […]
Diminishing Equestrian Landscape Privately operated equestrian facilities are diminishing at an alarming rate, either succumbing to housing or commercial developments or converting to alternative uses such as indoor soccer or […]
by US Equestrian Communications Department | Jan 4, 2024, 4:00 PM Lexington, Ky. – US Equestrian is pleased to announce updates to the U.S. Dressage coaching structure within the program pathways, […]
Una moved to Colorado in 2007 and started the Colorado Horse Forum as a way to meet other equestrians in the area. Una now rides and competes in dressage. She operates a small dressage horse breeding program in Castle Rock.