• Around the Barn,  barrelracing,  Horse Care,  Horse Racing,  Trail Riding

    Horse Supplements What People are Saying

      What is your thoughts on supplements? What works for you and your horse? Let’s not be brutal remember horses are like people. What works for some may not work for others. As always contact your veterinarian with any questions you may have. I like to write posts about where my mind has wondered today. Today’s hot topic: Supplements for the Barrel Horse. However, I like to think this carries over to the flat track racers, endurance riders, trail riders, back yard weekend warriors, lawn ornaments, as well as the barrel racers. Here is what people are saying works for them. Do Not Forget Do Your Research! Colostrum is good…

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    Junk to Jewels American Pickers of Horse Tack

    CanChasin.Com Presents     I just love it when people find unique ways to provide a service to others! Occasionally here at CanChasin.Com we will showcase these aspiring entrepreneurs on Small Business Saturday. If you would like to be featured here at CanChasin.Com please feel free to leave a comment below or shoot an email.    From Junk to Jewels Who doesn’t have some tack in their barn that looks like this. Junk to Jewels specializes in bringing the life back to old, outdated tack for affordable prices. Check them out on Facebook! Who they are… Junk to Jewels created by business partners Meredith Garrett and Beverly Carpenter. Think of…

  • Adventures,  barrelracing,  camping,  Horse Care,  Trail Riding

    Hot Topic Hauling Horses in the Heat

    Tis’ The Season Rodeos, Races, and Trails the Horses are calling and I must go… Somewhere.   I am not a Veterinarian. As always I recommend consulting with your Equine Veterinarian for any and all questions including solutions regarding hauling horses in the heat . The post below contains merely suggestions. Not all ideas will work for all horses. I have gathered these tips from those who travel with their faithful and sometimes not so faithful steeds. Of course while working on the details of your up coming trip sometimes hauling in the heat can become an issue. We all want what is best for our horses. Opinions and Options…

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    Natural Fly Control Ideas

       Natural Fly Control Traps Check out these amazing natural fly control ideas! From DIY to feed supplements there are alternative ways to aid in the control of flies.   DIY   Two Liter Trap Two Liter Soda Bottle poke pencil size holes in it for the flies to fly into Add Raw Hamburger or something similar that the flies will like the liter bottle traps the flies.   Penny in a Zip lock bag Put a penny in a zip lock bag Fill half way full of water Hang near your livestock’s favorite hangouts Some swear by this. I tried it can not say it did or didn’t work.…

  • Blogging,  DIY

    Five Reasons to Start your Equine Blog

    Building your own Equestrian Blog Learning how to build your own equestrian blog does not need to be the hardest thing you have ever done. You do not need to be tech savvy. You only need to have a story to tell. Dreams to inspire or memories to keep the possibilities are endless. Your blog is yours and you can make it into anything you want! Click here for a step by step page on beginning your own equestrian blog. Blogging is not a horse race not that it can’t be about horse racing. It is more like an endurance race. Just like owning horses it takes time to research…

  • crafts,  DIY

    DIY Horse Head Wreath 

    DIY HORSE HEAD WREATH DIY Horse Head Wreath Here’s a cute fairly easy project I came up with. A DIY Horse Head Wreath. Inspired by all those lovely ladies and gentlemen out there via Pinterest Facebook Hometalk and Etsy. These beauties sell for money. One day I would love to open a little Etsy shop until then I will continue to dream. 🙂 Back to my story I haven’t taken the time to create a project in forever!  I decided today this is exactly what I was going to do. I quickly picked up the house decided that was good enough (even though you know as well as I it…

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  • Favorite Family Recipes

    Dad’s Favorite Estella Bars

    Dad’s Favorite Estella Bars 1/2 c. butter 1/2 c. sugar 1/2 c. brown sugar1/2 c. peanut butter 1 beaten egg 1 Tsp. vanilla 1/2 c. oats 1 c. flour 1 Tsp. baking soda 1/4 Tsp. salt 1 c. chocolate chips   mix all together except for chocolate chips pour into 9×13 pan sprinkle chocolate chips on top bake at 350 for 25 minutes.

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  • Adventures,  barrelracing,  NFR,  Vacation Blog

    Breyerfest on a Budget

    Breyerfest Tips Tricks and Breyerfest on the Budget Breyerfest on the Budget because, Sometimes it is just not economically possible to go everywhere you want to go and do all you want to do. But that doesn’t stop us from giving it our best shot. My sisters and I had a ball while doing Breyerfest on the Cheap. We hopped in our buggy (SUV) armed with its backpack (luggage carrier) for the items we purchased and drove down to Lexington Kentucky home of Breyerfest at Kentucky Horse Park. There is so much to do we didn’t even miss not having the exclusive three day ticket. And we enjoy doing Breyerfest…

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  • Vacation Blog,  Yeah or Neigh Vaction Reviews

    Yeah or Neigh Lost Pines Lodge Michigan Review

    Lost Pines Lodge Lost Pines Lodge located in Harietta, Michigan. First of all, Lost Pines Lodge is just three miles from Caberfae Peaks Ski Resort. Since, Caberfae was sold out of rooms they recommend Lost Pines Resort when. We booked the condo at 425 a night. Be prepared to pay more for lodging at Lost Pines Lodge if you are paying by credit card and not cash prices may vary. What does Lost Pines Lodge have to offer? Since, Lost Pines Lodge also rents snow mobiles. Although, I believe this would be a fun thing to add to our list of things to do. Lost Pines Resort also rents chalets…

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