Ask The Vet Podcast: Rehabilitating, Refeeding, and Rehoming Rescue Horses (theHorse.com)

November 24th, 2014

Rescued horses require special care to bring them back to health. Learn how you can help.

Click here to listen to (or download) this podcast.  Sponsored by theHorse.com.

CULVER’S TODAY!!! 5-8pm – Eat at Sycamore Culver’s & Support the OEW IEA Team!

November 18th, 2014

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Ask The Vet Podcast: Common-Sense Equine Nutrition (theHorse.com)

November 13th, 2014

Do supplements, concentrates, and forages have you confused? Learn what your horse needs from an equine nutritionist.

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One week from today! Tues., Nov. 18, 5-8pm – Eat at Sycamore Culver’s & Support the OEW IEA Team!

November 11th, 2014

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Article: But I wanted a horse that was beginner safe! (horsecollaborative.com)

November 10th, 2014

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But I wanted a horse that was beginner safe!

Why your new horse is acting up and the 10 steps to fix it.

By Cathleen Trope
Originally published on PoloPonyRescue.com

If you spend any time on horse message boards or social media, you’ve read stories about horses that were sold to someone as “beginner safe” and then, within a few months, started offloading their riders regularly, became hard to handle, stopped doing things they used to do peacefully, etc. Frequently the new owner posts to complain that the previous owner must have drugged the horse, because they don’t understand any other way that the calm, mellow “packer” they tried out has now turned into a nightmare.

I’m not going to say that the drugging of sale horses doesn’t go on, but it is more rare than all the stories would have you believe. (Here’s a link about how to tell if a horse is drugged). But, generally, this is what happens when a very mellow calm polo pony (or any other kind of horse!) is sold to a beginner home and things don’t go well — and the only drugs involved are the painkillers the New Owner ends up needing to take!

Read more … (from horsecollaborative.com)

Thank you! Platinum Level OEW IEA Team Sponsor: VivaStem Laboratories LLC

November 6th, 2014

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The OEW IEA team wishes to say a BIG THANK YOU to our Platinum Level ($500+) Corporate Sponsor: VivaStem Laboratories LLC.

The OEW IEA team is supported by corporate and individual sponsors. The contributions of our sponsors makes it possible for the team to travel to competitions.

To learn more about OEW IEA team sponsorship, visit the OEW IEA Team page on our website.

Coming in two weeks! Tues., Nov. 18, 5-8pm – Eat at Sycamore Culver’s & Support the OEW IEA Team!

November 4th, 2014

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Thank you! Diamond Level OEW IEA Team Sponsor: Cylinders Inc.

October 31st, 2014

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The OEW IEA team wishes to say a BIG THANK YOU to our Diamond Level ($1000+) Corporate Sponsor:  Cylinders Inc. of Naperville, IL.

The OEW IEA team is supported by corporate and individual sponsors. The contributions of our sponsors makes it possible for the team to travel to competitions.

To learn more about OEW IEA team sponsorship, visit the OEW IEA Team page on our website.

Save the Date! Tues., Nov. 18, 5-8pm – Eat at Sycamore Culver’s & Support the OEW IEA Team!

October 30th, 2014

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Indian Artbeat Sires Premium Premier & Site Champion at Warmblood Inspection

October 27th, 2014

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Indian Artbeat  Sires Premium Premier and Site Champion at Warmblood Inspection
Scoring 9 overall !!!!
Scoring 9 for type, 9 for frame, 9 for conformation, 9 for movement
AWR said he will  be one of the highest scored horses in the nation for both adults and foals this year.
Named Iron I an Artist
This gelding is for sale for $7500.
Also Reg AQHA , so he can earn money while showing Dressage

For more information, contact Diane at diane.sibley@yahoo.com