Some of the best things about the Scottsdale Arabian Show - and there are many - are seeing all your friends, meeting new people, and making new friends. As I walked around the arenas and through the vendor's retail area, I stopped for a moment as I realized that I was hearing a number of different languages ebbing and flowing...
Yesterday, Wednesday February 22nd, was an interesting day at the Scottsdale Arabian Show with performance classes held simultaneously in all of the rings, except the Wendell Arena where the top ten halter classes for the Classic Yearling Fillies and Colts were held. There were some spectacular yearlings presented at the show this year, which is a credit to their breeders. The seats were full and the rail was crowded with people standing arm to arm all along the way. Breeding was the topic I heard mentioned the most among spectators and the booths were full of people prospecting for just the right stallion for their mare. It was the perfect prelude to The Scottsdale Signature Auction held last night, Wednesday at West
Arabian horses are one of the oldest, fastest and most beautiful breeds of horses around, so it makes sense that when towing your Arabian horses you would want to ensure that they stay safe and comfortable in their trailer, you should also want to keep your truck and passengers are safe as well. There are certain guidelines that need to be followed when towing your
Equinomics 101: Cash and Financial Management System Targets Equine Industry with their new Audible version for Smartphones and CDs
Mon, 05 Mar 2012 06:59:07 -0500 EST HOUSTON, Texas, March 5, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Rockwood Enterprises, Inc., a six-year-old Houston-based marketing and publishing company, announced today the launch of an audio book version of "Equinomics 101″ - a management and record keeping system designed to teach horse owners and horse-related
We, the caregivers at Spirit Acres Farm Equine Rescue and Sanctuary, are dedicated to the recovery, well-being and finding forever homes for the rescued horses in our care, but it is getting nearly impossible to do our job due to lack of funding. In addition to medical needs and special needs for some, the cost of feed and hay each day for our current 50 horses runs in the hundreds of dollars.