Like the saying it takes a village to raise a child.....in addition to the owner it takes a herd of equine professionals to train and care for a horse to ensure optimal health, performance and happiness. Here's a bunch of people we trust to help you reach your goals with your horse.
Complete Equestrian Company www.completequestriancompany.com
Wright Performance Horses Stillwater 612-968-9094 Ashley Wright
KD Performance Horses - specializing in Gypsy horses. Katie Hembree www.kdperformancehorses.com
Kroll Performance Horses: "Quiet, Consistent and Patient" www.krollperformancehorses.com
Kyle & Bailey Olson @ Horseshoe Lake Stables, Hugo
KD Performance Horses: Katie Hembree, St. Joseph www.kdperformancehorses.com
Morning Glory Hill Stable, Blooming Prairie
RNR Performance Horses, Cloquet https://rnrperformancehorses.weebly.com/
Novak Equine Center, Brainerd
Sunnyside Stables, Rosemount www.sunnysidestables.org
Orchard View Stables (watertown) Heather Salden-Kurtz
Nettie Baker, Belle Plaine www.nettiebtraining.com
http://www.melharmsgrossmantraining.com/ , Buffalo
Ebony Oaks Farm, Aurora
We still need to add a couple dozen more to this list along with their details.
Dr. Fonda Melby, Backus
Dr. Nancy Randall Sauk Centre
Dr. Anna Wildgrube: Faribault http://heartlandanimalvets.com/
Dr. Jonathan Lombardo, Hastings www.equusdvm.com
Knevel Veterinary Services Dr. Donna Knevel St. Joseph (320) 260-2619
Dr. Jeff Johnson www.blueskyanimal.com
Dr. Matt Schossler, www.tripleoaksequine.com
Amber Hultman 651-216-4653
Kristina Kupper: also has pulse centers PEMF 678-451-3674
Collette Bolster http://www.kcbequine.com/ 320-626-9673
Stellar Equine Sports Massage: Casey Daugherty 218-255-4933
Armstrong Equine Massage: Leda Mox 763-219-7517
Renee Vanek 952-212-0149
Tyler Malinois 612-865-6216
Northwest School of Animal Massage www.nwsam.com
Dan Henderson 952-393-6686
Cody Bassuener 573-864-8424
Jim Thell, 218-269-6250 Wrenshall
Chad Bembenek (Wisconsin) 920-210-8906
Jim Jacobson 763-245-7047
Jordan Corrigan 319-360-7439
Kerry Haugh 507-327-1161
More will be added shortly.
Your equine athlete needs top nutrition to build muscle, recover from activity and to maintain health. Nutrition is not only for recovery but also for prevention. "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!"
Contact Heather Steege @ 952-345-2750 or email@example.com for the following introductory offers!
Purchase 6 lb ($110.40) and get 3 lbs FREE! ($58.35 Value): 3 month total supply.
More info about hind-gut health will be on this website soon!
Purchase 8 lb ($122.55) get 4 obs FREE! ($67.45 Value) - 3 month total supply
Purchase 16 lbs ($186.25) get 8 lbs FREE! (%=$95.75 Value)- 3 month total supply
Dr. Hal may many essential oils during treatments. He may also recommend to you an oil specific to your animal's needs.
Here are a couple links for more info
Dr. Melissa Shelton's essential oils
Our slow feeder hay nets control the amount of hay your horses and livestock are able to consume at any one time. Grazing in a more natural way, just the way the Good Lord intended. Get at least 94 percent out of each hay bale. Our hay nets are University Tested (Feeder Study) (Effect Study) and Veterinarian Approved so you can feel confident that you’re giving your horses the very best with a slow feed hay net from Hay Chix®. Made in the USA by Chix Like You.
Designed with the Equine in Mind.
You may contact Kelly Kennedy directly @ 612-839-4371 Kelly Kennedy has been a Myler bit rep for 15+ years. She has worked in clinics and privately regarding bitting horses for optimum performance. She will explain the mechanics of how bits work in the horse's mouth, what to look for in a new bit, and how to tell if your horse is resisting and would benefit from a new bit!
Bit Education- Improve your knowledge
Watch it or read it. The Level Best for Your Horse, the book, clarifies the essentials of proper bitting. A Whole Bit Better, the DVD, takes bitting a step further by including helpful demonstrations and graphics showing how various bits function inside the horse’s mouth
HORSE MOVEMENT- Structure, Function and Rehabilitation by Gail Williams PhD
Equine Myofascial Kinetic Lines- for professionals: Anatomy, Function, Symptoms & Treatment by Rikke M. Schultz, DVM; Tove Due, DVM; Vibeke S. Elbrond, DVM, PhD
The Level Best for Your Horse- The Myler Bitting System: by Dale, Ron & Bob Myler
Amazing research and education regarding the hoof & how it relates to the rest of the horse! Check them out!
More equine info coming soon
More equine info coming soon!