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    Results Found: 14
    Friday, February 09, 2018
    Q: I’m looking to purchase a horse who I can ride up through Third Level. I’ve already seen a few horses, and each one has a history of having hock injections, which concerns me. How important are a horse’s hocks for dressage? —Name withheld by request  A: Watching a dressage horse perform with suppleness, balance, symmetry and power is very beautiful. This elegant dance between the rider and ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Wednesday, February 07, 2018
    Help us tell the Forward Stride story!      Two weeks ago we asked you to share your Forward Stride Story by answering one of the following questions below:  Who is your favorite Forward Stride horse and why?What is your favorite Forward Stride story? (can be funny!) Why do you come to Forward Stride? We have already received submissions and are enjoying ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Wednesday, February 07, 2018
    COME TO THE CANYON! Online registration is now OPEN! There are so many camps to choose from like Boys Wilderness Camp, Ultimate Canyon...      
    Wednesday, February 07, 2018
      How to Set Up a Highline READ MORE              
    Categories: Community
    Wednesday, February 07, 2018
    February 15: Roadmap to the Outdoors Symposium Outdoor recreation businesses, tour operators, organizations and individual outdoor adventurers interested and involved in connecting diverse Oregonians to the outdoors are encouraged to attend this symposium in Portland. Keynote by Sally Jewell, former US Secretary of the Interior.March: Oregon Recreation Trails Grants (RTP) Workshops Join Oregon ...read more
    Categories: Education, Political, Community, Events
    Wednesday, February 07, 2018
         The Oregon Agritourism Network, launched in 2015 by Travel Oregon,  aims to cultivate Oregon’s agritourism potential and advance Oregon’s agriculture, food and beverage industries. Farmers, ranchers, chefs, food processors, tour guides, planners, regulators and community leaders have all been part of the network’s role in realizing the potential for agritourism in ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Wednesday, February 07, 2018
         Vaccinating Your Cattle  Vaccinating is an important part of owning cattle. From choosing the right vaccinations for your herd and working with a veterinarian, to proper storage and disposal, we’ve put together a quick look at the vaccines you should have on hand, when to work with a vet, and how vaccines work to improve the health of your animals. Read ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Wednesday, February 07, 2018
    What is the equestrian lifestyle? This: Wherever we go in the world there are horses; they are all the same regardless of their breed and resident country. They speak horse, same as ours do. And horse people receive us like family. We have a bond that runs deep. Shared interests and passions create instant friendship. Throughout my life, horses and their people have enriched me and led to ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Wednesday, February 07, 2018
    We Met Our Goal of $75,000! Because of your continuous support, Forward Stride has met another goal! This past year, we have raised more than ever before from our year end giving campaign.  We would like to start 2018 with our gratitude. Your donations are supporting foster and at risk youth, veterans and individuals who are finding positive results from the many programs offered at ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Wednesday, February 07, 2018
         APP DOCS SONLIGHT​ Owner: Keegan Purcell Phone: (541) 377-2118 Asking Price: $6,500 OBO (Recently Reduced) Gelding Date Foaled: 06/04/2006 ​ One of the top sellers at western select gelding sale. Sonlight was used in numerous events, to include being a pickup horse roping bulls. Sweet, athletic, smart gelding with lots of talent. Been used a lot outside and loves to work. Very well ...read more
    Categories: Sales / Discounts
    Monday, February 05, 2018
    Every so often you may have to take some time off from your usual equestrian activities and end up putting your tack in storage. This has probably happened to the majority of us at one point or another due to personal reasons, life changes, an injured horse, you name it. Although storing your tack for prolonged periods of time can result in damage to your leather, there are many steps you can ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Monday, February 05, 2018
    AJ'S Stafford Feed & Pet Supplies is happy to announce a new service we are offering. Repair and sharpening of clipper blades. If your blades are in need of repair or have become dull bring them in.
    Categories: Community
    Monday, January 22, 2018
    A testimonial by Erin McCarthy for Horse by Northwest:"Our little farm enjoyed a small miracle over the weekend. Two weeks ago, our oldest alpaca, Tahitian Pearl, went down in the pasture. She is *ancient* in alpaca years and her body condition was not the greatest (she has always been thin), so when the cold snap hit we think it really took a toll. She was her same alert, sweet self, but just ...read more
    Categories: Community
    Tuesday, January 09, 2018
    How to Save Your Leather Boots this Winter How do you take care of your boots after they have gotten wet? This question comes up so often during these winter months given that our boots take even more abuse around the barnyard than normal due to the rain, snow, and ice. A good pair of comfy leather boots can be pretty pricey, so we know how important it is to you that your boots last a long ...read more
    Categories: Community, Education