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Brushy Creek Lodge and Resort  Location: Black, MO--- APRIL 25TH-28TH-15TH ANNUAL SPRING TRAILRIDE-MAY 10TH-12TH-SADDLE UP FOR ST.JUDE RIDE-MAY 16TH-19TH-2ND
Brushy Creek Lodge and Resort APRIL 25TH-28TH-15TH ANNUAL SPRING TRAILRIDE-MAY 10TH-12TH-SADDLE UP FOR ST.JUDE RIDE-MAY 16TH-19TH-2ND ANNUAL HTCAA RIDE-JUNE 21ST TO 23RD-BCH FUN RIDE-OCT 2ND-6TH-25TH ANNUAL FALL TRAIL RIDE-OCT 25TH -27TH-5TH MFTHBA NATIONAL TRAIL RIDE-NOV 1ST-3RD-BCH ANNUAL MEETING-WE ARE OPEN YEAR ROUND *EQUINE CAMPING *40 WATER&ELECTRIC SITES *96 COVERED BOX STALLS *120 MILES OF TRAILS/MARK TWAIN NAT FOREST *4 LOG CABINS * 2 NEW CABINS WITH 3 BEDROOMS,FULL KITCHENS,WASHER/DRYER, DISH NETWORK *TRAILS END RESTAURANT *JOHN WAYNE ROOM *PACK TRIPS *GUIDED TRAILRIDES" *INCLUDED/FIREWOOD *MAPS *BEDDING Contact: JoAnn Becker 573-269-4600
Honey Creek Horse Camp Inc.  Location: Allardt, TN---We are located at the Big South Fork National Park! We have 42 electric/water mostly shaded sites,
Honey Creek Horse Camp Inc. We are located at the Big South Fork National Park! We have 42 electric/water mostly shaded sites, central dump station and 40 stalls! We have maps, firewood, shavings, and apparel! Come Join us for some Great times! Contact: The Bagshaw's 931-879-9950

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Today's favorite place is Little Lusk Trail Lodge near Stonefort,IL It is reviewed by Tammy Reeves from SPRINGFIELD, TN.
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Little Lusk is under new owners - Jamie Poe 270-205-7138. Lots of room for big rigs, well maintained campground with friendly hosts. Ride out of camp to trails with lots of good riding. more....
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Managing Headshaking in Horses: Magnesium, Boron Supplementation Might Help    Some severe headshaking cases that are resistant to existing treatments and can significantly compromise a horse’s quality of life. But researchers have recently determined that a supplementation regimen could help. (thehorse.com)(5/26/2019)

Carter Named to UK College of Agriculture Government Relations Post    Nicholas Carter, MS, has been named county and local government relations director in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. (thehorse.com)(5/26/2019)

Diagnosing Head Injuries and Deciding When to Return to Riding    Studies have shown that equestrians are at more risk for traumatic brain injuries than participants in most other sports. Here's what you need to know about concussion diagnostics and returning to riding. (thehorse.com)(5/26/2019)

Horse Castration: Severe Complication More Common in Certain Breeds, Cases    Evisceration—when the intestines protrude through the surgical site—can be fatal if not treated promptly. By knowing which breeds and castration methods are more prone to evisceration, vets can be better prepared for complications. (thehorse.com)(5/25/2019)

Stephenson Named UK Cooperative Extension Service Director    Laura Stephenson, PhD, has been named associate dean and director of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. (thehorse.com)(5/25/2019)

Traumatic Brain Injuries in Equestrian Sport    Equestrians are athletes, and athletes suffer injuries. And one neurology professor says that, among sports-related traumatic brain injuries, the highest incidence among adults occurred in equestrians. (thehorse.com)(5/25/2019)

A genomic tour-de-force reveals the last 5,000 years of horse history    Each year on the first Saturday in May, Thoroughbred horses reach speeds of over 40 miles per hour as they compete to win the Kentucky Derby. But the domestic horse wasn't always bred for speed. In fact, an international team now has evidence to suggest that the modern horse is genetically quite different from the horses of even just a few hundred years ago. (ScienceDaily)(5/2/2019)

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Midwest Trail Ride   Location: Norman , IN---Ride the Hoosier National Forest, Stay at Indiana's Premier Horseman's Campground. over 80 miles of
Midwest Trail Ride Ride the Hoosier National Forest, Stay at Indiana's Premier Horseman's Campground. over 80 miles of trails; Electric & Water at all campsites & Cabins. Horse stalls are next to campsites. Optional meals available on special event weekends. Contact: Kim, Lisa or Lori 812-834-6686
Circle E Guest Ranch  Location: Winchester, TN---Circle E Guest Ranch offers 120 Miles of Trails. Cabins, Campsites and covered stalls. April Spring
Circle E Guest Ranch Circle E Guest Ranch offers 120 Miles of Trails. Cabins, Campsites and covered stalls. April Spring Kick Off Ride April 11th - 14th. We have organized rides, a Bluegrass Festival and Speed Racking Events schedule. circleeguestranch.com Call now for reservations 931-962-1790 Contact: Christine Mortensen 931-962-1790

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Come visit the newest location, Bridle Ridge Horse and RV Camp which was added by Sheri Spurlock.   It is near Custer, SD.   Many forest service trails into The Black Hills National Forrest straight out of camp. Most are of ...more
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