Wednesday News & Notes from Ecovet

Are you and your horse dreaming of this?? Loch Moy Farm is open for schooling!! We have our XC schooling course open,…

Posted by The Maryland Horse Trials @ Loch Moy Farm on Friday, May 8, 2020

It’s great to see venues beginning to open back up for schoolings and lessons. My social media feeds are filling back up with gleeful cross country schooling posts, which definitely helps make life feel just a bit normal again. It’s pretty nice, I have to say.

Weird National Holiday: National Be a Millionaire Day…uh, yes? Please? Where do I sign?

News & Notes:

Looking for some advice on reopening your barn after lockdown? The American Horse Council put together some guidelines that you may find useful.

When should you restart your OTTB? Retired Racehorse Project blogger Christine Olsen has some advice for getting that brand new ex-racehorse going in his or her new career.

Worried about losing progress after not riding for a few weeks? Never fear, you are definitely not alone! NoelleFloyd.com spoke with Dr. Jenny Susser, Ph.D. about mentally coping with the effects of the pandemic.

Have a Sport Horse Nation matchup success story? Send a photo to [email protected] to be an upcoming EN banner ad cover model. Faraway shots are the best as it’s a long, skinny banner ad. This week: just to get the ball rolling, we’ve got a pic of EN editor Leslie Wylie with her SHN perfect pony match-up, Princess. [Sport Horse Nation]

What we’re listening to: To celebrate EquiRatings’ fifth Birthday, Nicole Brown talks to Sam and Diarm about the journey so far and plans for the next five years. [Equiratings]

Wednesday Video Break: A new twist on “cool perspective” from Doug Payne and Starr Witness!

First real #jump day back from the 🦠 downtime for the #bigguys. There are only a couple of horses I would trust to give this a shot, the #ginja came through! #asyoudo #closer #jumper #eventing #starrwitness

Posted by DPEquestrian LLC on Wednesday, May 13, 2020

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

A 2019 research study published in the Journal of Economic Entomology confirms that, in head-to-head comparisons with other fly spray products, Ecovet is the most effective at inhibiting flies AND Ecovet lasts the longest. Watch the video to see the study results in action, and learn more about how Ecovet stacks up against other fly sprays > eco-vet.com/study

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