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Shoes or Barefoot

by siteadmin | Thu, Jul 09, 2015

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Conflicting ideas exist concerning the need for shoes. Some people believe that shoes are completely unnecessary, while others feel uncomfortable if their mount is not shod every six to eight weeks. If you are considering removing your horse’s shoes, the

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Horses: How Fat is Too Fat

by siteadmin | Thu, Jul 09, 2015

During the summer season, because many horses have access to green grass, they are going to gain weight, but how fat can a horse get before it becomes unhealthy? This is an age old question amongst horse enthusiasts. Some horses are “easy

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What is the Sherri Cervi West Coast Youth Championships?

by siteadmin | Wed, Jun 24, 2015

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The Sherry Cervi Youth Championship is a yearly event Barrel Racing competition that fosters young barrel racing enthusiasts. Two classes exist for children, ages 12 and under and 13-17. Prize money in the amount of $3,000 is rewarded in barrel racing’s

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The Excitment Continues with Higher Stakes at The Road to the Horse

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Mar 28, 2015

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The 2015 Road to the Horse held at the Kentucky Horse Park has always been known to keep the audience on the edge of their seats. This year is no exception. Never before have the stakes been so high. In

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What is the Sherri Cervi West Coast Youth Championships?

by AVirtualSky | Thu, May 29, 2014

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The Sherry Cervi Youth Championship is a yearly event Barrel Racing competition that fosters young barrel racing enthusiasts. Two classes exist for children, ages 12 and under and 13-17. Prize money in the amount of $3,000 is rewarded in barrel racing’s

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Three RevitaVet Sponsored Riders Rise to the Top at the Kentucky Rolex Three Day Event

by AVirtualSky | Sun, Apr 27, 2014

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As the famous Rolex Three Day Eventing competition gallops to its final day, three of RevitaVet’s sponsored riders have earned their way into the first and fourth place positions. As the excitement climbs to fevered heights, we thought it might

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What is the Road to the Horse Competition?

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Mar 15, 2014

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The Road to the Horse Competition is a unique demonstration of the bond between horses and people. Top trainers from all over the world choose untouched, young range raised, three year old Quarter Horses from the large Remuda provided by

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Cowboy Mounted Shooting

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Feb 08, 2014

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Jim Rogers and Tom Neuman of RevitaVet The history of this sport began in the 1990s. Jim Rogers of Scottsdale, AZ invented the idea of the sport, and a group that called themselves the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association formed. They enjoyed

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Winter Tips for Your Horse

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Feb 01, 2014

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In many parts of the country it is bitterly cold this year. Here are some tips to help your equine friend make it through. Although normally cold weather planning begins earlier in the year, especially the fall, there are still

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How to Keep Your Barrel Racing Horse Calm Going to the Gate

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Feb 01, 2014

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Many barrel racing horses get highly agitated as they approach the gate into the arena. This type of agitated behavior can also be seen on many racehorses. They are anticipating the fun and excitement, the “high” of running the pattern

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