Loading... Please wait...

Our Newsletter



Horse Health Care

Proper care of horses is important to keep our equine friends happy, healthy, and able to be used for riding, driving, etc.

The CHA Way – “Safe, Effective and Fun!”

2014 CHA International Conference Preview: The Countdown is On

Posted on September 16, 2014 05:39 pm

It’s that time of year again when the Certified Horsemanship Association finishes planning its big annual event, the CHA International Conference. Attendees are getting ready for several days of presentations from top horse trainers, instructors, veterinarians, farriers, and equine behaviorists. This year’s event will be held in Lexington, KY, October 23-October 26. It’s an event not to be missed, and there is still time to register to attend. The conference offers over 50 top-notch speakers, multiple social events and chances to network, hands-on demonstrations and riding opportunities, along with great food, lodging, and attractions in a beautiful horsey-locale, and more...Click on the headline to read the entire post.

Click Here to Read More..

Posted in About the Certified Horsemanship Association, Horsemanship Safety, Horse Health Care, Continuing Education | 0 Comments

Keeping Horse Legs Safe: Bandages, Boots, and Wraps

Posted on August 20, 2014 07:06 pm

The legs of a horse are certainly amazing. They take on extreme amounts of stress, bear a lot of weight, can move quickly so that the horse can change directions on a dime or jump over an obstacle, and they are one of the most important parts of the horse. Protecting a horse’s legs is imperative in certain situations, especially if the horse is young and still growing. Horses that are faced with poor footing, uneven ground, a competition environment, transportation, or have a tendency to stock up (have their legs swell) while in a stall, can benefit from leg wraps, boots, or bandages...Click on the headline to read the full post.

Click Here to Read More..

Posted in Horsemanship Safety, Tack and Equipment, Horse Health Care | 0 Comments