Archives for June 2014
by Vicki Pritchard, RN, MSN Ticks are always a threat to humans, no matter in what part of the country they reside. There are many varieties of ticks and most of them can transmit disease. Typical symptoms of the foremost tick-borne disease, Lyme, are the tell-tale bulls-eye rash, along with fever, headache, and fatigue, but there can be more serious neurological damage. … [Read more...] about Tick Bites: an Ever Present Danger
by Terry Myers Last month we talked about the similarity in human/horse instincts and how fear can be one of our biggest obstacles to succeeding with our horses, because of the reactions fear causes. Our ability to apply reason marks the difference between humans’ and horses’ fear reactions. Add improved horsemanship knowledge to the mix and you’ve got a much better chance at … [Read more...] about Stop Pulling!
June is here and as I write, our mare Morning Star is one week overdue from her foaling date. … [Read more...] about Notes From Inside The Corral (June 2014)