February 2016 - Founder's Notes
Written by CRM
Tuesday, 02 February 2016 08:04


Ginger is a very nice quarter horse mare up for adoption at FalconRidge Equine Rescue in Valley Center, CA (Northern San Diego County).

Ginger is 15 yrs old and stands about 15.1 hands high.

She rides under saddle well and looking for an extremely nice adopter to love her for life and take her on some easy trail rides for bonding.

Abused in the past, this mare is forgiving and definitely needs to be pampered for life.

Not spooky with experienced riders, she is sweet, rides english or western!

She has a slight case of fibriotic myopathy in her left hind which does not cause her pain and she is sound for riding according to our vet.

Gorgeous chestnut with flaxen mane and tail. Adoption fee $500. Read about Ginger at www.falconridgerescue.org

I’m on the slow mend after my lymphedema surgery but I’m starting to feel a lot better and able to get out and about. I had a good time interviewing Michael Endicott and watching lessons and photographing at his family’s beautiful new farm in Rancho Santa Fe. I also headed out to Thermal for week one and I was happy to see the trees growing taller and a new barn under construction. The show circuit is off to a good start and I will be out to pass out magazines and catch as many rounds as I can.

We will be at Horse Expo Pomona Feb. 5-7 passing out magazines and checking out the vendors and speakers. Please stop by our booth and say hi.

This month is full of great articles on hunter/jumper trainers and a nice feature on up and coming trainers. We are blessed to have our award winning editor Kim F. Miller keeping every issue filled with excellent editorial to keep the horse community on top of the industry.

Next month we are featuring Eventing, Fashion and Equine Health. Be sure to send us your story ideas and like our page on Facebook to keep up on our breaking news. Also watch for the new California Horseman’s Directory in March. Final call for advertisers.

Happy Riding!

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