Eventing Radio Episode 47

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Jennie Brannigan and Emma Ford join me this week to share the story of Cooper’s injuries and illness that has hospitalized him since Fair Hill International Horse Trials and the lessons that we can learn from a veterinary emergency. Listen in… Eventing Radio Episode 47 – Cooper, an Event Horse’s Story of Injury and Illness:

  • Co-Hosts: Chris Stafford and Jennie Brannigan.
  • Tip of the Week: Jennie Brannigan
  • PLEASE JOIN US IN HELPING JENNIE & COOPER! As many of you may know, Cooper had an unfortunate accident during the stadium jumping at Fair Hill International that required surgery, followed by colic surgery. The vet expenses for these procedures are daunting. However Jennie, among many other top equestrians, is a member of Southern California Equestrian Sport .As specified on their website, Southern California Equestrian Sports, Inc. (SCES) is a non-profit organization dedicated to help equestrian riders and organizers raise tax deductible funds to compete in or support their National and International competitions.The SCES has set up a tax deductible fund to help Jennie & Cooper with their veterinary expenses. You can donate by visiting Jennie’s website at www.branniganeventing.com.
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PLEASE JOIN US IN HELPING JENNIE & COOPER!As many of you may know, Cooper had an unfortunate accident during stadium at Fair Hill International that required surgery, and then a subsequent colic surgery. Our hopes are for a full recovery, but the expenses for these procedures are going to be daunting. Jennie, among many other top equestrians, is a member of Southern California Equestrian Sport . As specified on their website, “Southern California Equestrian Sports, Inc. (SCES) is a non-profit organization dedicated to help equestrian riders and organizers raise tax deductible funds to compete in or support their National and International competitions. The SCES has set up a tax deductible fund to help Jennie & Cooper with their veterinary expenses. You can donate online through Paypal (below), or by sending a check payable to SCES.

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