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  • Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue
    Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue (CCHDRescue) is dedicated to finding homes for Border Collies, Australian Shepherds, Australian Cattle Dogs/Queensland Heelers and other herding breeds and mixes. The organization is a federally recognized non-profit organization, under Rescue Alliance. Their website lists dogs in shelters as well as dogs in homes and foster care, and is intended to help adopters seeking good dogs, and dogs seeking loving homes. 100% of adoption fees go back into the care of the dogs. The geographical area covers Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties...
  • RIATA ~ Jill Slater
    RIATA was born in 2014 as a favor to a trainer, who asked Jill to “decorate some hats for her riders.” As a former flower shop owner and floral designer, this came naturally.  The large hats attracted lots of attention, before long vendors and other competitors wanted one, heck they wanted more than one.  A business was formed and now the RIATA Design hats are among the favorite headdress for sun protection. When Jill Slater designs, she keeps specific types of people in mind. Her motto, “BE YOU,” has always been her go to...
  • Pegasus Threads
    In these rainy days of winter, brighten up your ride with a vivid custom saddle pad created especially for you and your horse from Pegasus Threads. Quilting, sewing and knitting are a few of the many talents exhibited by the owner and founder of Pegasus Threads, Susan Fantl. Susan is an avid and accomplished dressage rider who combined her passion of riding and sewing to create a beautiful product for the equestrian. Over the years Susan’s custom designed saddle pads have been sought out by dressage, hunter/jumper, event and trail riders. ...
  • Jeannette Burrows CMT~Three Stretches to Improve Fitness – Stretch #1
    Three Stretches to Improve Fitness in Your Horse Stretch #1 Shoulder and Foreleg Regardless if you are an equine professional or new to horse ownership we all want to keep our horses healthy and fit. Incorporating stretching into your equine training or fitness program can have many benefits. By increasing flexibility you lessen the susceptibility of injuries to muscles, tendons and ligaments, you can improve range of motion, coordination, and recovery time after exercise. To insure maximum benefit is being gained from stretching, I am advising light physical activity to...