Tuesday News & Notes from Legends Horse Feeds

Whistle was luckily saved from the Aiken Equine Rescue fire last Saturday. Photo courtesy of Aiken Equine Rescue.

The Aiken Equine Rescue suffered a devastating fire last Saturday, April 3rd. No humans were injured, but one pony, named Whistle, is still currently recovering from burns to his back and belly. The entire main barn did burn to the ground, and the loss of it and all its contents will be difficult for the non-profit. If you can help this organization get back on its feet, please visit their website for more information about donations.

National Holiday: National Caramel Popcorn Day

Events Opening This Week: Otter Creek Spring H.T.Chattahoochee Hills H.T.MCTA H.T. at Shawan DownsSpring Gulch H.T.Flora Lea Spring H.T.

Events Closing This Week: Loudoun Hunt Pony Club Spring H.T.Stable View Spring H.T.

Tuesday News: 

MARS Equestrian wants you to lace up your running shoes. Even though we can’t all be at the event together, they’ve set up a remote 4* and 5* course walk challenge. All you need is a distance tracking app, and you can walk or run your way to big prizes. [2021 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event Course Walk!]

Is it ok that my horse dunks his hay in his water bucket? Apparently, yes. [Why Does My Horse Dunk His Hay?]

What we’re listening to: [Whole Horse | What horses teach us about systemic oppression with Julia Alexander]

The USEA has created a task force to evaluate the Appendix 3 Rule Change Proposal, that would alter the number of training runs necessary to move up to Preliminary. The proposal was tabled until the 2023 competition year after significant feedback from membership. [Task Force Members Appointed for Appendix 3 Proposed Rule Change]

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