Bon Cor (Corollary – Cor de Fey, Cor Magnifique). Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.
Ever since my mare gave birth to this beautiful, fuzzy, huggable, chest-clutchingly cute filly last Tuesday, I have been subjecting my social media friends and followers to a barrage of foal spam. And I don’t even feel bad about it. Now it’s your turn, EN. Behold! Bonny’s incomparable adorableness.
Interested in learning more about the USEA Young Event Horse Program? Live on the West Coast? Perfect! You’re invited to the USEA West Coast Young Event Horse Seminar in atTwin Rivers Ranch in Paso Robles, California, April 11-12, 2018. Learn the new YEH scoring system plus tips for organizers and competitors. The seminar also counts as credit for YEH judges seeking to remain on the judge’s list. For more information, please contact organizers Bea di Grazia at [email protected]or Wendy Wergeles[email protected].
“This time it evolved into the ‘I have a dream’ mode. It just kept nagging at me — The Southeast Schooling Show Championships.” Learn more about the history of this event and what it means to the community. [The SSSC: An Idea Whose Time Has Come]
From large universities to small community colleges, schools of all sizes are getting involved in the USEA Intercollegiate Eventing Program. The eventing team at University of the South in Sewanee, TN has nine members and is led by coach Karine Gordy. Learn more about this passionate group of young eventers. [Sewanee Eventing Team Thriving in Tennessee]
I recently finished listening to “The Secret Life of Bees” audiobook. In it, they describe the many ways honey can be used for healing the body, mind and soul, both symbolically and literally. Turns out, there some scientific evidence to support the theory that that delicious sticky treat is actually good for you… and your horses! [More Evidence to Support Manuka Honey Use in Horse Wounds]