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By Kennadee Riggs, AZFB Communications Intern The chute swings open… his heart is pounding as beads of sweat roll down his forehead under the caged helmet he wears for protection. He holds on with just four fingers for eight seconds … Continue reading
By Kennadee Riggs, AZFB Communications Intern An apple a day keeps the doctor away! At least that is how the old saying goes. Not as commonly known but just as true, is the statement that pets are good for the … Continue reading
Don’t miss out on being a part of great clinic at H-4 Ranch in Payson, Arizona on January 27th and 28th, 2012! Our skilled instructors, Bill Brown, Brian Jennings, Dan Hanna, Daniel Stutzman & Tom Johnson will be at your service! This clinic will be a hands-on demonstration in harnessing and hitching. We will cover the proper fit of the harness and collars as well as hitching from a single horse to a team of 3 and 4 abreast, 4 up, and more.
Equine therapy is becoming an acceptable therapy for persons with differing disabilities; from those with physical limitations, to children and adults who have been through traumatic events. The intuitive nature of horses provides the balance necessary to work with those in need.
-HORSE ILLNESS OUTBREAK NOTICE: HORSE OWNERS ENCOURAGED TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS— An outbreak of a strain of equine herpes virus has veterinary experts asking horse owners to take careful precautions over the coming weeks.