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Features Gallop’s Annual Charity Auction................ 4 Veterinary Knowledge Ageless Horsemanship: Mild Recurrent Colic ....... 20 Ann Kirk What’s So Great About the Round Pen ..... 24 Michelle Binder Mud Management ................................... 28 Life With Blue Eyed Wonders - Jill Smith Oh Mini Me ............................................ 32 Steve Rother Giving Your Mustang Purpose .................. 36 Baxter Black - On The Edge of Common Sense The Ultimate in Passenger Discomfort ..... 40
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Do not miss this year's Gallop on Sunday, January 26, 2014! The auction is offering an incredible lineup of stallions from all over the United States with breeding fees ranging from $500 to $5600 per service. This year’s lineup includes Congress & National Champions, and World & Reserve World Champions. Nearly half of the lineup is Two-Time World or Reserve World Champions, while many are Leading Sires in the Industry! The event starts at 11am, with the Opening Ceremony kick off at 12 Noon. As well as bidding at the event, livestreaming of the entire auction can be viewed online at: www.GallopAuction. com. This will allow for national and international bids, as well as those who are interested in bidding who are unable
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to attend or call in via the telephone lines! There is no better time to shake that cabin fever. The Gallop Annual Charity Stallion Services Auction and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane look forward to seeing you all on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at the Northern Quest Resort and Casino Family Pavilion. Northern Quest is located at 100 N. Hayford Road, Airway Heights, WA. Whether you’ve attended the Gallop once, or twenty times, come join in on the 31st annual Gallop Event. For further information about the event, contact Gallop Coordinator, Barbara Turner at 509-990-4267.
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At the Gallop Podium. Pictured from left to right: Gallop Coordinator, Phil Cook; Gallop Event Manager, Barb Turner and Gallop Auctioneer, Butch Booker
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Gallops Annual Charity STALLION SERVICES AUCTION
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Stallion Services - For The Year - 2014 To Benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane..... Sunday, January 26, 2014 - Northern Quest Resort & Casino - 12:00 P.M. PST Broadcasting live from Gallop’s Internet website: www.gallopauction.com. You have the opportunity to call in on a toll free number to bid on stallions services!
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NCHA Open Derby Champion AQHA Reserve World Junior Cutting Champion 2009 Equi-Stat #3 Leading Open Money-Earner Lifetime Earnings: $526,485
NCHA World Champion Stallion Brazos Bash Derby Champion South Point Open Derby Champion Lifetime Earnings of $261,641
AQHA World Champion - Senior Reining NRHA Open Derby Co-Reserve Champion NRHA Shootout Reserve Champion NRHA Futurity Sire Award Winner Lifetime Earnings: $225,000
NCHA Futurity Open Semifinalist NCHA Reserve World Finals Champion Bonanza Classic Champion Lifetime Earnings: $177,900
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APHA World Champion Junior Reining Horse Reining By The Bay Open Derby Champion NRHA Derby Finalist Life Time Earnings of $81,000
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It’s Time for the 31st Annual Gallop Stallion Services Auction Just around the corner, schedhighest selling service, Whizuled for Sunday, January 26, 2014 key N Diamonds. Gallop’s third at Northern Quest Resort and highest selling service was RL Casino, the Gallop Stallion SerBest Of Sudden. His service was vice Auction annual event takes purchased by Ronald Wheeler of place. Once again, presented by Macomb, IL; and Gallop’s other Rhodes River Ranch, the upcom(tied) fourth highest selling sering auction will mark its 31st year vice was, VS Code Red. His sersince the event started. The event vice was purchased by Mellissa will kick off at 12 noon, PST, enAceto of Ontario, Canada. Gallop abling national and international thanks all the owners of the 2013 locations to participate in the lineup. Their support and dedicabidding. All the stallions will be tion to Gallop’s mission will help presented on thirty-foot screens the Ronald McDonald House at the event, while internet onCharities of Spokane be able to 2013 Gallop Ambassador of Goodwill, David Reed with Gallop Event Manager, Barber Turner and children lookers will be able to watch the continue helping families in crisis event streamed live to their comwho are traveling to be near their puters, see a flashing toll free number, place a call to one of child in a hospital. A big ‘thank you’ additionally goes to all the Gallop phone operators, and bid on services of any stal- the breeders who have participated in bidding on Gallop’s lion or vacation packages in the lineup. fine stallions! Gallop would like to congratulate their top four high sellThis is your opportunity to help a family in crisis who ing services from the 2013 auction. The highest selling service needs to be with their child in a hospital. How can you do was, Third Cutting. His service was purchased by Roberta that? Well, first mark your calendars for Sunday, January Thompson of Coeur d’Alene, ID; whom also bought the sec- 26, 2014 for one of the nation’s most successful fundraising ond highest selling service, Dual Smart Rey; and (tied) fourth equine events - the Gallop Stallion Services Auction!
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The Gallop Annual Charity be asking, and try not to call in Auction is rated as one of the earlier than one to two services best in the country and features before your interested service the most impressive lineup ever. hits the auction block. Not going Each year, new stallion owners to be near a computer the day join the ranks of current Gallop of the event? On the road, workstallion donors who want nothing, hauling home from a horse ing more than to support the misshow? Maybe you’re not confision! This year’s event has staldent with your dial up speed, or lions participating from Kentucky, you’re not computer friendly. Let Washington, Texas, California, Barb Turner know ahead of the Mississippi, Utah, Oklahoma, Inevent and arrangements can be diana, Michigan, Illinois, Georgia, made to contact you before your Arkansas, Colorado, Wyoming, interested service comes up on Arizona, South Dakota, Ohio, the auction block. Iowa, Oregon, and Minnesota. Event underwriter Rhodes Stallion breeding fees range from River Ranch returns for their $500 to $5,600 per service. “We fourteenth year of presenting the like to keep a pocket book range Gallop Event. They are located so everyone has the chance to at the foothills of the Cascades, High Selling 2013 Gallop Service be a part of the event, mission, just an hour and a half north “Third Cutting” and heighten the bar of their of Seattle/Tacoma International breeding program,” explained Airport in beautiful Arlington, Gallop Event Manager, Barbara Turner. This year’s event of- Washington. The ranch is dedicated to breeding, raising and fers services to National & Congress Champions, World & training future world champion performance horses, and Reserve Champions (nearly half of the lineup are two-time providing top quality service to their clients. They also ofWorld Champions, while others are eight times or more World fer some of the finest performance prospects with bloodlines Champions). Many of you will recognize their names, as they such as Peptoboonsmal, High Brow Cat, Soula Jule Star, Nic are leading sires of their breed producing World and Reserve It In The Bud, Starlights Joy, Shine By The Bay, CD Olena, World Champion offspring. You will have the opportunity to Topsail Whiz, TR Dual Rey, CD Lights, Shine Like Hail, and purchase services to some of the finest Halter, Western Plea- their top AQHA World Champion Reining stallion, Whizkey sure, Hunt Seat, Working Cow, Cutting, and Reining stallions N Diamonds. They welcome visitors to tour their site and/or in the world! contact them for more information regarding a service, stalEach year, with compassion for the mission, close to 40 lion, sales or just to visit. To learn more about the Ranch, go new stallion donors contact the Gallop Coordinator offering to www.RhodesRiverRanch.com The Gallop Charity Auction a breeding for the auction. The Gallop process allows the is indebted to Jean Rhodes and all other sponsors for making previous stallion owners the first rights of refusal. After that, the event possible. reviewing new applicants takes place. Generally, only a half dozen (if that) spots are open. The 2014 stallion lineup is closed, and the website is nearing its completion on the non-service auction items. Now is the time when you should do some homework on the mare care facilities, costs, and breeding procedures of stallions and ranches that are of interest to you. It also gives you an opportunity to take a close-up look at these stallions. Visit the Gallop website for more insightful information at: www.gallopauction.com. If you are looking at transporting semen, be sure to research, prior to the event, what your costs will be. In addition, check on what their “Live Foal Guarantee” consists of. Those costs will be between you, the successful bidder, and the stallion owners or breeding farms. Can’t or don’t think you can make it to the event? Pre-bidding is currently being taken, or bid live the day of the Gallop event, Sunday, January 26th, with one of the Gallop telephone operators. Just go to the website at www.GallopAuction.com and starting at 11am PST you will find within the Gallop template a flashing toll free number for you to call. Have your Second Highest Selling Service credit card ready for the information that the operator will Dual Smart Rey
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The non-service packages in Gallop’s from the past year. This experience adAuction will be as outstanding as the ditionally includes: a 3 night stay (check breeding services offered! Non-service in Tuesday, July 15; check out Friday, packages are auctioned off in-between July 18, 2014) in a standard guest room breeding services. They allow many in at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza and the Equine Industry (or not), an opporround-trip coach class airfare for 2 from tunity to additionally support and particwithin the 48 contiguous U.S. to Los Anipate who may not have mares to breed, geles, CA. Up for a cruise? Here is an or any horses at all. These packages will opportunity for a 4 or 5 night Bermuda, continue to be added up through the Caribbean, or Europe Cruise for 2. Maylast week prior to the auction, so keep be you’re a pro sports fan? Well here is checking back on the website for addiyour opportunity to choose your favorite tional packages. MLB, NBA, NFL, or NHL for 2 lower level Fourth Highest Selling Service (tied) seats, or 2 ground passes to a non-major Whizkey N Diamondsode Here are some of the packages you PGA golf tournament. This getaway will can expect to find in the auction: a two additionally include a 2 night weekend stay at the Hyatt, Marnight, three day All-Inclusive Five-Star Resort vacation at riott, Sheraton or Wyndham, daily breakfast for 2 and round the Resort at Paws Up in Montana. Rated third in the world trip coach class airfare for 2. Is baseball what you favor? How for five star resorts! A one night, two day all-inclusive Dude about seats at Chicago’s Classic Wrigley Field Rooftop, with Ranch vacation at K-Diamond-K Guest Ranch located in Redining for 2 to watch a regular Chicago Clubs home game? public, Washington. Limited Edition prints by well noted artIf so, get ready to spend a 3 nights with daily breakfast and ists from the Picture Peddler; a Hells Canyon Wild River Jet round-trip coach class airfare for 2 to Chicago, IL. Boat Tour for two, from Killgore Adventures; professionally framed art by American Framing, a Halter Show Package Want an opportunity to do something really unique? Somefrom Woods Western with a Slinky from Robinhoods, and thing you will remember for life? Then consider a Churchill our popular ‘Limited Edition Autographed Painted Ponies’ Downs (Kentucky) VIP Experience including: VIP Private package from the artist themselves: Vickie Jockey Club Suite for 2 at Churchill Downs Knepper-Adrian and Lynn Bean. Additional during the spring or fall 2014 meets, race to the auction this year is a brand new barnamed in your honor & trophy presenrel saddle from California Saddle Company! tation, 3 night stay at the Hyatt Regency Catch everyone’s eye with the fancy silver Louisville, and round-trip coach class airConchos on the skirt and cantle, along with fare for 2 from within the contiguous U.S. intricate hand tooling throughout the sadand Canada to Louisville, KY. Each week dle which boasts a 16” seat. The underside check back at the Gallop website as new of the saddle is lined with thick fleece for and exciting items are added. horse comfort and the tree has been well But the excitement doesn’t end here! balanced to eliminate pressure points. For those attending the event, there are Or, maybe you’d be interested in bidthe silent auction tables. Items on the tading on … Attending the ESPY Awards! Enbles will include: tickets to Triple Play and joy two Center Loge tickets to the 22nd AnSilverwood Theme Park, dining & western nual ESPY Awards ceremony on Wednesday, store gift certificates, multiple gift baskets, July 16, 2014, airing on ESPN live from the beautiful Western Art from Big R StoresNokia Theatre in Los Angeles to honor the Fourth Highest Selling Service (tied) best star athletes and memorable moments VS Code Red
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SW Ferrari (RHR Marcedes x* Fantastica HVP – Magnum Psyche) SW Ferrari is a 16hh beautiful, powerful and exciting chestnut stallion. Ferrari is the symbol of excellence. He has heart, type, body and size. His pedigree can speak for itself. He is sired by RHR Marcedes, the fabulous son of US National & International Champion Marwan Al Shaqab. Marcedes is also a US National Champion stallion himself. Ferrari is out of the beautiful and champion winning Magnum Psyche daughter Fantastica HVP. Fantastica is a full sister to Magnum Chall. This genetic giant only has the best of the best running through his veins. If you are looking for a Halter producing sire… You just found him!! Toscafire
(Afire Bey V x Matoskette – Zodiac Matador) Toscafire is a spectacularly bred Arabian stallion sired by the all-time favorite Afire Bey V, whom we all know has been the leading sire of national winners in both the US and Canada for 10 years. Toscafire is out or the Champion winning and Champions producing Zodiac Matador daughter, Matoskette. This makes him a full brother to Afire’s Vision who is currently standing at Battaglia Farms. Toscafire was last shown in 2010. He was a Canadian National Top 10 horse that year. Toscafire already has sired foals that have competed and earned awards at the National, Scottsdale and Regional level. His 2013 foal crop is outstanding. If you are looking for an English producing stallion… Look no further!!
Breeding info for these two outstanding stallions is as follows: $1,500.00 LFG Shipped Semen Available Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated Sire. Multiple mare discounts. We are also offering discounted breeding fees to Mares who have won Championships or have produced winning foals.
CONTACT Sheri or Debi for more information, and to schedule a viewing of these lovely stallions today! Sheri Boito Hibbs Debi Krieger
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make it for him… I just felt terrible.” All that changed when a room opened up at the House. “Having laundry, a kitchen, play areas for Cole…has made all of the difference,” says Cecile. Opening Ceremony Kickoff with entertainers In addition to the Val Stichweh, Randy Wilcox and Kevin Wake- physical comforts, field with children Cecile appreciates the emotional support the House provides. When asked about his favorite part of the House, Cole has a hard time picking one thing. He likes playing hide-and-go-seek and making aliens with his friend Justin during arts and crafts time. Recently, Cole received good news. An MRI revealed there is no sign of disease left. “We’ve gone through five out of eight rounds of chemo, and the doctors have given Cole an eighty percent chance of recovery. We hope that the worst is behind us,” Cecile says with a smile. The journey has been arduous, not only for Cole, but for Cecile and the rest of their family as well. “I could never have imagined my life before this… I have a sixteen-year-old-daughter and an eleven-year-old son back home…But you have something happen and as a mother you just have to be strong and go through it with your child... Something happens to your family and you think it’s going to destroy you, but there’s always hope.” she says, “And there’s good people to help you along the
way.” Unfortunately stories like the one above are the reality for a multitude of families living at the Ronald McDonald House, many without the good outcome that prevailed for Cole. For- At the Gallop Podium, Gallop Coordinator Barb tunately, peo- Turner; Auctioneer Butch Booker, Ambassador ple like you, David Reed and Ringman Will Wolf support the mission when participating in the Gallop Event! Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane is indebted to Gallop’s Sponsors, Donors, Committee Members, and Stallion Owners for their support in both the RMHC mission and Gallop Auction. You can be a part of the RMHC family. You can make a direct impact on the life of a child today. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane looks forward to seeing you all at the Gallop Stallion Service Auction on Sunday, January 26, 12:00 noon for a “Fun-raising” event. For more information about Gallop, or the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane, please contact Barbara Turner at 509-990-4167.
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Mild Recurrent Colic Dr. Jed McKinlay, McKinlay Peters Equine Hospital
The two main things we think about in our area when horses exhibit signs of mild recurrent colic (abdominal pain) are sand ingestion or stomach ulcerations. This is, by no means, an exhaustive list. Another interesting cause is fecoliths or intestinal stones which occur more commonly in desert climates. Let’s talk about sand ingestion. Why would a horse eat sand? The answers can be many and varied. Some possibilities include: hay Dr. Jed McKinlay McKinlay Peters Equine Hospital that has been put up with a lot of dirt, sand or gravel in it (a single bale can even be a problem), horses that are fed on top of sandy ground, individual horses that vacuum the ground for every last morsel of feed, horses that are fed on overgrazed pastures, etc. Many of us have probably witnessed our horses with sand or dirt on their muzzles. At times it seems like these bouts of abdominal pain occur all of a sudden or acutely. Perhaps more often they occur with gradual ingestion and accumulation of sand over long periods of time. Horses are able to pass much of the sand, dirt and gravel they inadvertently ingest, but due to the weight of the material, a percentage of it gravitates to the bottom of the large colon and just sits there. At first the stuff is not too bothersome, but like the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back, it eventually becomes heavy and irritating enough to cause pain. Or, the sand may become voluminous enough so as to restrict the flow of normal ingesta as it tries to move through the large intestine, acting like a clog in a drain. There are a couple of common ways to diagnose sand colic. One is the characteristic sound the sand makes as it sloshes back and forth with the movement of the large intestine. Through the stethoscope it sounds like waves washing on the beach or like holding your ear up to a sea shell. The other easy way to detect it is to put a few fecal balls into a zip lock bag, fill it with water, zip the bag shut, shake it to make a slurry and look to see how much sand accumulates at the bottom of the bag. Any amount can be deleterious. The more there is, the worse the case might be. Remember, sand is heavier than the rest of what makes up the manure so it will sink the fastest. It’s a little like panning for gold for those of you who are familiar with that experience. So, what do we do for horses that accumulate sand in the gut and what are the potential outcomes? And, can it be prevented? Most of the horses we see with abdominal pain of this nature are in mild to moderate discomfort, though it can be severe. Treatment is based on controlling the pain and doing all we can to eliminate the cause of the pain...the sand.
Pain control is often accomplished in a similar manner to any abdominal crisis with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (flunixin meglimine), sedatives, anti-spasmodic drugs, and other (narcotic) analgesics. Walking and trailer rides may also be useful. Removing the sand can be accomplished via drenching with mineral oil, psyllium drenching, intravenous and oral fluid therapy, and in the worst cases surgery. Usually only horses with severe blockages or twists in the bowel associated with rolling require surgical intervention. Preventative measures may include frequent oral feeding of psyllium, and many management factors that reduce the likelihood of horses ingesting sand. Buying clean hay, not feeding on top of sandy soils, the use of muzzles when horses are turned out and so forth are a few of those ideas. Potential outcomes vary considerably in relation to the severity of the sand accumulation and the clinical presentation. Some may require only minor pain management and a single dose of oil and pysllium. Others require more long term and intensive medical care. And, as has been mentioned the worst cases may require surgery. Critical to the outcome is early recognition of the problem and early and aggressive treatment. Cases that are nipped in the bud have the best outcomes. Horses who are in severe, prolonged pain prior to veterinary intervention tend to have the most guarded prognosis. Keys are early recognition and appropriate veterinary care. We sincerely hope you never have to deal with this problem and that the knowledge in this essay may be of some help to you if you do! Dr. Jed McKinlay
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Ann Kirk What’s So Great About the Round Pen? Happy New Year! January 2014 is here and winter is in full swing. I am looking forward to another year of doing clinics, training horses, giving lessons and spending time with lots of friends and new acquaintances. I meet several new people and horses each year and I am constantly amazed at how many of both lack the very basics in their knowledge and training. It is sad to me that so many people get hurt each year when many accidents are preventable. The majority of problems can be traced back to the steps taken, (or not taken), to lay the ground-work upon which everything else is built. I would like to share some thoughts about the foundation I use to build a working relationship with almost every horse I train or retrain; the basic round-pen lesson patterned from the John Lyons Method. Every horse, regardless of their level of training, can benefit greatly from this basic round-pen lesson. If a horse comes to me that is very gentle, well behaved with respect to leading, standing tied, being caught, being haltered or bridled, etc., I may not do this lesson with them depending on what the owner and I have discussed. But usually, if the horse is coming to my place, it is because there is a problem or they are ready to become a riding horse. Whatever the case, this lesson is the starting point I use for establishing control and leadership. It is a way for me to rapidly gain the horse’s attention and trust without focusing on negative behaviors.
The round-pen gives me a way to evaluate the horse’s temperament, its way of going, willingness to follow, amount of emotional control, attention span, trust level.....the list is endless. Oftentimes, the behavior that is viewed as the problem is no more than a symptom of a foundational step that has been missed in the horse’s initial training. And also realize, if you have a horse on a halter and lead line, (long or short) that horse also has you! The roundpen allows me to control the horse without being connected to a thousand pound animal that can hurt me. In most cases, no force is needed to establish the pecking order and get the horse willing to follow my lead. And what about the horse? What are the benefits for it? Remember, horses are prey animals and pecking order specialists. So the round-pen gives me a way to use their language to teach them what I expect. For self-preservation reasons, as seen with the fight-flight response, horses will respond with their body first and their mind second. In the round-pen, I can control the flight response while all the while
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helping the horse develop the mental response I desire. The process allows the horse to think on his own without any assistance from devices. The horse will benefit when he has to think through the logic as to why he is making a particular move. Round-pen training will put more of a demand on the horse because he has to learn to control his emotional responses and use his mental abilities to get a release from pressure and movement. With practice, he will learn to think, wait for a cue, then move. You can teach your horse to spook in place or to turn and face what frightens him instead of running away. If you only get a brief warning, it is often enough for you to get the proper control to guide him through the scare and avoid a wreck. In time, this will replace his natural response to take off when he encounters changes in his environment. When a horse learns to control his own instinctual responses, you are much safer and he is much calmer. You are not at the mercy of his instincts, hoping to control him by having just the right contact on just the right bit at all times. I can assure you, you cannot control a frightened horse with any bit or halter on the market. It is best to teach them how to control themselves. If you do use lead ropes, lunge lines, long lines, etc. to start your horse, you can get the similar results, but I find it takes longer and is never quite as solid. If the horse decides to take off and you stop his action with the line, the line itself controls the feet, not the horse’s mind. When you leave the horse free, the horse learns for himself how to use his own thought process to control his emotions and movements. I do
not want to take this opportunity away. The lessons will become more ingrained and permanent as the horse figures out the answers for himself. Having figured it out for himself, the horse will remember it longer. I have done 1/2 hour lessons with young foals just to teach them to be caught properly and had them fully remember within 5 minutes as 3 year olds… it is amazing! I have found that after I have completed the round-pen basics, when I do go back to the halter and line, the horse will learn much faster than if I had not started with these techniques. And I get the added bonus of the horse turning to face me and being easy to catch for the rest of their stay at my facility. I cannot stress enough the importance of laying a solid foundation that the horse understands and that you can fall back on when you need more control on your horse. The few horses I don’t do this lesson on are few and far between as it only takes 1 day of working with a horse that has not had this lesson to see the hole in our level of understanding and communication with each other. If you are interested in learning the round pen lesson on your horse, I would love to teach it to you in the spring. Until then, enjoy the winter and come join us for the “Spring Tuneup Clinic” at the Four Mounds Bison Ranch in the spring. God Bless and be safe. Ann Kirk is available for Sensible Horsemanship Clinics or Workshops in your area. For more information and other Sensible Horsemanship articles, go to www.annkirk.com Beginning Sensible Horsemanship is available in a DVD series with a new addition – Sensible Trailer Loading.
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Mud Management By Michelle Binder
ven here in the Inland Northwest mud can be a significant problem. Water run-off can easily be polluted by farm waste and the water table is always at risk. Mud and rain also contribute to livestock health issues Completed mud free paddock from â€œrain-rotâ€? and and happy horse â€œdew-rotâ€? to â€œscratches,â€? â€œthrush,â€? â€œwhite line diseaseâ€? and other fungal and bacterial infections. Feeding livestock in the mud not only contributes to waste of fodder that is walked into the mud and therefore not eaten, but what is eaten can be contaminated by bacteria and sand, affecting the health of the animalâ€™s digestive tract. This can not only affect your pocketbook, but result in significant weight loss in the animal as well. Mud can be deep in feeding areas, around water troughs, gates, and gathering areas making access to these places difficult and dangerous for both humans and animals alike. When caked on legs, mud makes it difficult to notice and to care for injuries and infections of the skin and feet. For all these reasons, mud management should be a normal part of our farm management practices. How do we go about creating mud free zones or rehabilitating areas that are consistently muddy already? Step 1: Locate areas that have the potential to become or a history of being muddy during our rainy time of year. Step 2: Research different ways of handling rain, water and mud by getting online. Many sites are available that show ways of grading, stabilizing, draining and restructuring ground to prevent the development of mud. Contact the WSU Extension Service and the local department of Ecology for more information or to find out more about organizations that can tell you about watershed protection. Attend a watershed protection or mud management workshop. Step 3: Contact a local gravel company and discuss your project with the contractor. They may be able to recommend an excavation contractor to help you grade your site, install drainage and add fill rock to areas that are problematic. We worked with Action Materials and Alpine Excavation in Cheney on our project. Step 4: Begin your work before the muddy season begins. Preparation before the mud makes it much easier to do the work. For the â€œdo-it-yourselferâ€? the steps might take you longer, but if you remember certain things, you can have a very successful result. Remember: Topsoil is full of organic matter. Organic matter is what makes mud so try to remove the layer of topsoil before you start throwing expensive gravel at the project. We have all had the experience of adding gravel fill only to have it walked on and â€œsinkâ€? into the ground and have to be added again the next year. Scraping the ground down to firm substrate as you
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grade your site will be well worth it in the end. Water runs downhill. Shocking how many people forget this. You do not need a big grade, but try to get the ground to slope away from buildings, troughs, and areas animals congregate. It can be helpful to install a drain, either a French drain or a curtain drain to capture the run-off. If these solutions are recommended for your application, you may also need a dry well. Consult with an excavation contractor to see what will work best in your situation. Stabilize the substrate with rock where necessary. Big, angular rock works best for stabilizing large sections of ground that can become soft and mushy, turning into mud when hoof traffic churns it up. â€œPit runâ€? is a popular choice for this but should be covered with other material as it can have edges.
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Use a dividing layer between the stabilized ground and the new gravel you are bringing in. There are several kinds of landscaping fabrics for various applications. Consult with a professional before you choose the type and weight of fabric for your project. The importance of this layer cannot be Using the rented plate compactor overstated. It is this layer that will keep your gravel from being absorbed by the substrate. Many people do not like landscape fabrics for use in livestock situations as it can be pulled up by the animals. However, if proper boundaries are put around these areas (like railroad ties) and if the layer of material being used over it is deep enough, this should not happen. Many materials can be used for this from second hand rubber belting to old carpet but your results will vary. Choose whether or not you will need a polymer based grid of some kind to contain your next layer. There are several new grid systems that are designed to create a very solid base for your gravel and promise to add years of longevity to the successful mud management system. We chose “Lightfoot Paddock Stabilizing Panels” for ease of installation, economy and overall size. We have two areas 40’x130’ so the 6’x12’ Lightfoot panel was the best choice for us. “Eco-Grid” and several other manufactured polymer based stabilizing systems are available and you will have to choose which is best for your application. Cover the landscape fabric/polymer grid with 1/4” or 3/8” minus angular aggregate (“road base” or asphalt grindings can be used) and use a compactor to achieve a high level of compaction of this layer. Do not use round rock, drainage material, topsoil or sand as they will not compact. This layer may be four compacted inches deep or more, but do not scrimp! You can rent a plate compactor for small areas or a drum roller for larger areas like paddock, round pen or outdoor arena foundations. The vibrating drum roller used on our project created an even almost concrete-like surface over which we placed our footing. It is possible to stop here but know that this expensive layer of material will be removed over time by “erosive evacuation” (cleaning), damaged by pawing and pocking from hooves,
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and become the depository for manure and livestock waste. Many people choose to put another layer on top of this compacted layer. I have seen everything from larger gravel to Layers of Gravel, Paper, Lightfoot & more Gravel sand to hog fuel used for this. Remember, this layer protects your expensive rock base and is designed to be removed with cleaning and so must be replaced over time. We chose hog fuel as our cover as it ends up in the compost system and is broken down with other waste. Some swear by sand as it is easy to sift but whatever you use, make sure it is inexpensive, safe for feet and easy to clean. Once your mud free zone is established, there is only one thing that will keep it that way – regular maintenance! Organic material must be cleaned up and properly disposed of. Manure, hay and feed waste will become mud over time and you will have the same problem you had before over the top of your hard work. Clean up spilled, spoiled hay or use a feeder that limits waste like a box feeder to keep hay waste to a minimum and to keep it from being broken down into the elements that make mud. Clean up manure regularly to Finished gravel pad ready for fences & footing maintain the animal’s environment and to reduce the risk of livestock pollutants contaminating both above and below ground water sources. Properly compost manure or have a landscape company remove the manure pile for you. While it may seem like a lot of work, creating mud free zones is better for you, better for your animals and better for the environment.
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Oh Mini Me!
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What a beautiful winter day, and then I heard the sounds of commotion coming from behind the barn! Big whinny, little whinny, big whinny, little whinny ... then silence. I glanced quickly at the new mini pen that we had just completed with its cute little mini house and realized that there was not a mini to be seen! I had bought two Miniature Horses thinking that they would be the perfect size to introduce my two little grandsons to the horse world. But the minis weren’t technologically correct, certainly didn’t operate very well with a remote control nor did they have guns, blasters or general noise makers attached! One quick mini look and the grandsons gave me the… that’sgreat-Grammy-but-now-we’re-headed-for-real-toys look and off they went with never a backward mini glance. Meanwhile the two white, blue eyed little darlin’s stole MY heart! Minnie Pearl, the mini-mare, and Sonny Blue, the mini-man yearling, were my summer companions and ranch greeters. There was many a little GIRL who would gladly have taken them home! But now the minis had disappeared! Big and little whinnies were again coming from behind the barn. Commander, my big white perlino stallion was back there! I raced around the barn corner and stopped dead in my tracks. There was Commander, with his head held high, scanning
the mare pastures and every once in awhile letting out with a loud stallion mating call. Oh yeah, I’d almost forgot, spring breeding times were just around the corner. At Commander’s feet, just outside his corral, stood two little white minis. Mini Pearl had the look of love in her blue eyes. She was star struck, as she stared up at the big, white, Lone Ranger of a stallion in front of her. Mini-man was doing his best to convince her he was a better companion for her. Since he is a gelding, the whole mating drive thing was kind of a mystery to him. When he was in to be gelded the vet and I laughed, my big tomcat, in for the same procedure, had bigger ones removed than mini-man did! “Commander, look down!” I said,” The mare you’re hearing is below you. Besides that, she isn’t quite you’re... well, she isn’t quite your type!” Commander glanced at me, looked down surprised at mini-mare, back at me, back at mini-mare and then in a very controlled voice said. “My, what a sweet little mare package.” “Commander! Don’t even THINK about it!” At least when you have a stallion that talks you know right away what is on his mind! As if there isn’t just one thing that is always at the front of any stallion’s mind! Mini-mare in the meantime was not helping matters. She
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uttered little adoring whinnies interspersed with excited squeals that sounded just like a teenage girl at a rock concert. Stallions and men, mares and girls, after having a breeding horse herd for many years I’ve decided that we really aren’t that far removed from the animal kingdom! Mini-man had lost interest and was quietly munching some hay off to the side. You just got to love geldings! “So little missy, how old are you?” Commander had suave just dripping off his tongue as he regarded the little mare in front of him. “She’s 3 and full grown at 32 inches! Commander, put your tongue back in your mouth!” I stormed. “Hmmmmm, she’s old enough...” Commander was not even looking at me. This was as close to any mare as he had been since last breeding season. Last year he had bred several 16 plus hand Appaloosa mares that were a challenging height from a different perspective! But this, this mini-mare was out of the question!!! “Commander! Wipe that smirk off your face, this is not going to happen! Look how tiny she is.” This was accompanied by another big shriek from mini-mare. My gosh she has a loud voice for how small she is! Miniature horses have become very popular in the US as pets, companions and small show horses. Standing not more than 34 inches at the shoulder, they have many of the characteristics of big horses but in a small, manageable size. Minis have curious, affectionate personalities and come in a variety of colors. They require the same maintenance as larger
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Giving Your Mustang Purpose by Steve Rother • Excel With Horses Mustangs, like all horses, thrive when they have a purpose. When they are straight out of the wild it is fairly easy to keep them curious and engaged. However, once they are gentled they can become bored with their day-to-day routine, especially if it lacks purpose. Purpose plays a key role in maintaining the valuable traits of any breed horse. When I ask people how far they live from where they work, and if there is a hitching rail, they tend to look at me with a “you can’t be serious” look. However, If you could take the things that you already have with your horse and just add some purpose, you might just be amazed at the difference. In fact, so much so, that you might never want to go back to the “average” things you have been getting from your horse. Horses are much like us. If they have a purpose for doing something that you are training them for, they tend to perk up. If you are just planning another mindless circle, they can get cranky and dull. This cranky and dull feeling is never fun, but some people just put up with it. They may contribute it to a poor fitting saddle, a mineral deficiency, or the person that trained the horse. Although these things are important, they are missing a huge ingredient: Purpose. Most people don’t want to over “train” or “drill”, but they don’t seem to mind boring their horse. In the end this causes a worse situation than if they had “drilled” their horse. At the end of the day, it is very important for your horse to be able to answer an
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Ken Smith 509/780-9614 Barbara Rehfield 509/588-5130 509/663-3175 www.appleatcheeriders.com Kay Coe, Chairman 509/457-8626 Ken Carmichael 509/466-2225 www.iebch.com Jim Hudkins 509/954-7446 email@example.com Connie Glass 208/687-3608 Lloyd Odell (Pres.) 509/779-4244 firstname.lastname@example.org Monica Cassidy www.bsmha.org Mark Goss 406/360-6355 Brad Pollman 406/546-6492 email@example.com Scooter 406/827-4523 Trish Prince firstname.lastname@example.org Nancy Eidam 541/561-6644 P.O. Box 949, Libby,MT 59923 www.bchmt.org Brad Minden 208/858-2026 Tracie Traver 865/300-7133 Laura 509/499-4975 LaNay 509/627-4641 Alexcia Livingstone 208/877-1636 Bill Bailey 509/750-8196 Fran Jacobson 360/825-3525 JP Melton 208/691-1003 Brenda Robison email@example.com Julie Errend 541/922-2704 Benny Beck 509/750-6497 firstname.lastname@example.org Erva Hatfield 509/925-9172 Sandy Jones 509/979-1468 Scott Wiggins 509/868-1641 Janice Schoonover 208/263-9066 Cecil Newkirk 509/989-9586 email@example.com Leanne 406/847-2363 www.horsewyse.com 406/266-3311 Kari 509/939-0151 Heather 509/981-0455 or www.iebra.net Sue 509/291-5765 Meri 509/226-2448 firstname.lastname@example.org Lea Williams 509/994-9829 Janet Gorman 509/276-2605 Judy Malby 509/447-4663 or 509/991-2894 Chris Hutchinson 208/676-1633 Joy Terry 509/995-6327 Cynthia Wahl 509/466-0109 Debbie Kruger, 208/687-9404 Shannon 509/951-8053 email@example.com Kathy Cowan 360/886-1729 Lisa 208/882-0832 Tami 208/591-4783 Becky Wright 208/791-1819 Oly Burnett 509/935-4006 Debra 541/567-3134, Linda 541/567-0041 Kim Winburn 541/990-5134 Mike Moore 406/370-7549 Gail Morris 406/866-3434 Gary 801/885-4714 253/740-1665 or www.mountedmischief4-h.org Amber Gray 208/882-3304 Casie Monge 509/939-4175 www.nbhawa04.com Sonni Gilbert 509/990-0268 firstname.lastname@example.org Joni Woodrring 253/405-9650 Melissa Stockman 509/276-9862
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HORSE CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
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Call for details 2nd Saturday of the month 2nd Th., Apex Physical Therapy, Airway Heights, WA Email for information Call for information Monthly Meetings Omak Stampede Grounds, Omak, WA Call for information 1st Tuesday monthly, call for details, PO Box 537, Newburg, OR Monthly meetings in Central Oregon, Check website www.paalh.com Meets twice yearly Meets every other month Members only meetings 3rd Saturday monthly, 7pm 2nd & 4th Sunday monthly Every 4th Wednesday, 7pm, Elk Plain Grange, East Spanaway 2nd Thursday monthly, Silver Spurs Club House, Silverdale, WA North of Seattle Monthly meetings www.rideandtie.org 4015 N. Christensen Rd., Medical Lake, WA 99022 www.montanarmba.org Monthly meeetings 1st Tuesday, Noxon, MT 1st Thursday monthly, www.sapphireAHC.org Monthly meetings, Group Patrol Spokane County Bi-monthly meetings Monthly meetings, call for location 3rd Thursday monthly, Pasco McDonalds, 7:30pm 3rd Tuesday monthly, Jollies Restaurant, Ridgefield, WA TBD 1st Monday monthly, 6:30pm, Deer Park Pizza Factory 2nd Thursdays monthly, 6:30pm, Busy Bee, Airway Heights Monthly Events & Meetings Call for meeting times St. John, WA 3rd Wednesday monthly, Federal Building 2nd Wednesday monthly at C&D’s Monthly Meetings, call for times & locations 2nd Tuesday (except July, Aug, Dec), 7pm, Pasadena Park Elem. Priest River, ID. trailsnmore.weebly.com email@example.com 4th Tuesday monthly, 7:30pm Schooling Show last Friday in March, Albert Arena 2nd Tuesday monthly, URSC Arena Clubhouse 3rd Tuesday monthly, The Grubstake, Helena, MT www.WABredPaints.com Meets Saturdays 2nd Saturday monthly, Noon, Buzz In Steak House, Ellensburg, WA Call for more information Open April-October annually, Cle Elum, WA 1st Fri monthly, S. 7th St., Missoula, MT Monthly meetings & summer events Call for meeting info
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Feed & acceSSorieS
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4-H Tack Swap ............................32 Ag Expo 2014 ..............................17 Black Rock Horses Ranch Sale.....25 Gallop Auction ................. Cover,2,3 Gentlemen On Horseback ...........30 Hermiston Horse Sale ..................29 Inland Empire Qtr. Horse Assn .......4 Reining Horse Assn. of the NW ...21 WOGA-Ride To Rendezvous 2014 5
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