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.
The equestrian world has come together over the death of Australian eventer Olivia Inglis. The 17 year old was killed in a fall during the cross country phase of the Scone Horse […]
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 […]
From our friends at the Elbert County Sheriff Office, we have learned of a mountain lion sighting in North West Elbert County. Although Mountain Lions won’t typically attack your horses, […]
We will be getting a batch of Colorado Horse Forum bling hats made. The hats will be black with clear rhinestones and will resemble closely this pictured version. The hats […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Unless you are fortunate enough to have your own arena at home for private use; you most likely have to share arena space with other riders. And a riding arena […]
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 […]
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.