July 15, 2018

We received many great suggestions for our next blog topic! One excellent suggestion was: How to properly warm up and cool down your horse.  Please see attached file with a great breakdown of how to warm up and cool down and why it is so important! If you have any ques...

July 2, 2018

Pro Barn Management (Author Sheri Grunska) has been a guide to this farm even before it was established! In 2014, Sheri's first book ​A Step by Step by Step Guide to Starting and Running a

Successful Horse Business was gifted to me and I read it front to back and then...

So, the past few weeks have been BRUTAL in terms of heat and humidity at our farm. Because of the heat we have taken special precautions to keep the horses cool: no riding during high heat times, fans and misters in the barn at each stall, and hosing off our pasture bo...

November 23, 2016

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March 14, 2016

 Most of you are aware that we feed TC...and that it is recognized as a top feed. However, you might not know exactly why we chose this feed over others. 


Triple Crown® feeds are consistently voted the “Best Feeds” in America by publications such as the Horse Journal....

March 10, 2015



As I have been thinking about our big trip this coming Saturday I thought it might be a nice idea to share my hauling strategy and see if anyone has any advice or tips of their own to share. Please remember- this is what we do for long distance hauling. Before any tr...

February 13, 2015

Developed over 30 years ago using the highest quality pyrethroids, 1-10 HP Concentrated Insecticide Refills are premium formulations that have set the bar for effective automatic flying insect control in horse barns. Both provide quick knockdown and long-lasting protec...

February 13, 2015


Beginnings in AZ


Chilly was born to Barbara Rickert of Tucson, AZ on a very cold February morning, hence the name Chilly. After being a baby for a couple of years, Chilly went to a great trainer in Texas to have her initial breaking out. Here she experienced ma...

February 13, 2015

By Dr. Thomas Lenz in The American Quarter Horse Journal


Walk into many horse barns this time of year, especially if they are closed or have poor ventilation, and the acrid stench of ammonia burns your nose and causes your eyes to water.

Moderate to high ammonia levels...

February 13, 2015

By Tara Matsler in The American Quarter Horse Journal

Horse-show competitors have a lot to juggle. From the grooming and prep, warm-up and time in the show pen, it’s quite a full plate.

I’m always on the lookout for tips and tricks to make my life simpler yet at the same...

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