Edited Press Release

New COVID-19 Protocols from USEF: Fully Vaccinated Individuals May Forego Masks at Outdoor Competitions

US Equestrian has issued the following directive updating its COVID-19 protocols for competitions.

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DeAnn Long Sloan

Let Your Child Lose: Teaching Sportsmanship

Raising a child who is both a good loser and a good winner is hard. Teaching perseverance, determination and good sportsmanship is nuanced and difficult. The conclusion I’ve come to? Don’t be afraid to let your child lose.

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Noelle Maxwell

Book Review: ‘Horse Girl’ by Carrie Seim

Enjoyable, relatable, humorous, fact-filled and all the potential to become a modern-day horsey classic! This novel has it all for the horse-obsessed young adult reader.

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Candace Wade

Anxiety on Horseback: “Hypno” It Gone

“I was antsy to touch the horses. June encouraged me to mount. She assured me that I had the skills I once believed I had. She directed me to ride. I rode. I rode in the way I yearn to ride — to feel the way I yearn to feel.”

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SmartPak Monday Morning Feed: Horse Insect Control Education

What’s the best course of action for preventing and controlling insects in your barn? The choices are seemingly endless, but SmartPak is here to help you make the best decision possible for you and your equine pals.

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Kentucky Performance Products: How to Manage Horse Pastures

Managing horse pastures requires year-long maintenance. Fortunately, there’s this quick guide to help. 

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Best of JN: The Anatomy of a Jump Face

“I make faces like I am going to commit a murder, have a secret identity as Quasimodo the Hunchback of Notre Dame, ate something that tastes really bad, or am actively dying when I ride. I have won every internet Jump Face contest ever run.”

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May is Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month: ‘Get Nosy’ on Preventing Equine Asthma

“Equine Asthma Spectrum” is a term becoming widely accepted in veterinary circles, and for Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, Dr. Wren Burnley answer some questions about what it is and how it applies to our horses.

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