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Over the last 25 years the same problem has been brought to Ed Crothers, Equine Analyst, over and over. A well-trained horse that has won numerous competitions and awards or that has been a wonderful riding partner has developed a bad attitude. This good horse has gone bad. What to do about a good horse gone bad? Suddenly the owner cannot control the horse like they used to. Every riding session becomes a fight the joy of riding slips away.

Many times the horse is taken to a trainer to be corrected and while at the trainer the horse seems to be better for a time and then after returning home the "Bad Horse" comes out again.

Other times the horse is turned out to the pasture in hopes that a little off time will bring the "Good Horse"back. Many times the horse never returns to the riding partner that they came to love, sometimes the horse is never ridden again.

This is where the "Good Horse Gone Bad" philosophy comes in. Ed Crothers philosophy is centered around the well-trained horses that developed a bad attitude. The reasons behind the attitude change are fully explored and corrections are made. Many times the problems are solved and the "Good Horse" returns by the end of a session.u

Direct download: EdCrothers_01_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:28pm EDT

Texas Haynets will help horse and livestock owners save money, keep their hay clean and their animals healthier! Although it was originally created to help with nutritional needs, it saves a considerable amount of money. Designed for 5' to 6' round bales, but can be used for smaller bales too. Net has 1.75" holes and is made from a 3 mm heavy-duty marine-grade polypropylene with UV protection.

Suitable for all grass eating or grazing livestock like cattle, Llama, Alpaca, sheep or goats, provided they DO NOT have horns. Depending on your livestock's eating habits and local conditions, these nets hold up very well in adverse conditions. They should retain their structural integrity for a minimum of 1 year and can last as long as 3-4 years.

The Texas Haynet, in many cases, will slow down fast and aggressive eaters, allowing their systems to adjust to a more normal rate of consumption. It will keep them occupied longer and will aide in preventing boredom and vices. It is also an ideal situation for insulin-resistant horses. Additionally, it will allow timid animals to feed alongside more aggressive one's, keeping the aggressor "working for" their food while allowing the timid animal to get the nutrition they need. An ideal tool to reduce "hay bellies," help overweight horses lose weight and allow thinner, and "hard keeper" horses to put on the weight they need at a healthier rate. Listen to Merideth Perry as she explains the benefits of the Texas HAYNET.

Direct download: Texas_Haynet_First_Run_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:30pm EDT

Dr. Marlice Vonck's goal as a 100% holistic veterinary medicine provider is to serve animals with holistic treatment therapies that will reclaim, preserve and promote health, and animal owners with lifesaving advice on how to keep their animals happy and healthy using natural strategies, such as species-specific whole-foods based nutrition, Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies (acupuncture, food therapy, Tuina, herbal formula's), strategic supplements, homeopathy, Reiki, Postural Rehabilitation and more. 


Marlice received her certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where she received training in more than one hundred dietary theories and studied a variety of practical lifestyle coaching methods.
Marlice’s  mission is to coach and empower people to reclaim, preserve and promote their health and that of their animals through providing strategic services, information, products and recommendations so to make a positive contribution to the state of health and happiness in this world by causing a ripple effect. Marlice's motto is Keep It Natural!

Direct download: Marlice_Vonck_Holistic_3Vet_03_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:39pm EDT

Freddie Forester, a young dressage rider, is at the start of a promising career. Talented and ambitious, with a gifted stallion he is set to compete in his biggest championship yet. But on his journey to manhood, he will struggle to discover hidden truths about his relationships with his father, his horse and ultimately himself.

Sybil Mair’s "The Equestrian" promises to provide a rich and intense story about the partnership between man and horse - or is that horse and man? Though many equestrians will recognise the familiar setting they should be prepared to be challenged by the powerful message that lies deep within. listen to director,  Sybil Mair, as she shares the inspiration behind this beautiful and gripping short film.

Direct download: new_sybil_Salvage_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:32am EDT

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