Wednesday News & Notes from Ecovet

Holly Payne Caravella’s Never Outfoxed is the perfect leadline ride for Parker Godfrey! Photo via Holly on Facebook.

Happy Wednesday! We’re one more day closer to seeing some competitions resume, and I know I’m not the only one itching to get back to some sort of normalcy. Here’s hoping we continue to make positive progress and we can get back to cross country jumping and competitor parties!

National Holiday: I went with National Fruit Cocktail Day today because, well, you know we could all use one.

US Equestrian president Murray Kessler published a letter to members as we look ahead to a June 1 reinstatement of some competitions. Over 100 rule modifications have been approved in advance of updated protocol for a return to competition.

The USEA is taking a look back at the Young Event Horse archives. You might recognize a few of the names of the class of 2006, the third year of the YEH program. [The YEH Yearbook: Class of 2006]

Looking for a tune-up exercise as you get back into training in earnest? Check out our sister site, Jumper Nation, and their new “Jumper Nation Clinic” series. The most recent exercise comes from Deep Purple Eventing and Emily Beshear, and it’s a great exercise for getting your horse sharp and tuned to your aids. [Jumper Nation Clinic: Emily Beshear]

Does your horse suffer from allergies? This handy infographic from The Horse is good to keep on hand as you navigate any allergy symptoms your horse may be experiencing.

Wednesday Video: This “course walk with a twist” from Alex Bragg is pretty epic.

With so much online content being published while we’re all at home we thought we’d put this little video together. Just for a laugh, watch our virtual course walk which is full of terrible ideas to help you jump a clear round show jumping. Hopefully it will provide you with a little entertainment during this lockdown period 🙃Devoucoux SsangYongGB Dengie Horse FeedsProtexin Equine Premium Equestrian Direct Surfaces Equilibrium Products EquiClass FLAIR Equine Nasal Strips Better4Hooves Gatehouse Hats Cannington Enterprises Ltd

Posted by Team Bragg Eventing on Friday, May 8, 2020

Independent Study: Ecovet Outperforms All Other Repellents* in Both Efficacy and Duration

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