Monthly Editorials
Founder's Notes
Written by Administrator
Saturday, 13 September 2014 04:04


Red Bucket Equine Rescue proudly presents Delilah for adoption. Delilah is a beautiful 16hh approximately 11 year old Irish Thoroughbred mare. Delilah has been trained in English, Western, and some dressage. She is a forward mare with a beautiful stride and a wonderful work ethic.

The Gallop: WEG Who, What, Where, When…
Written by Kim F. Miller
Sunday, 31 August 2014 04:54

August 23 is tune-in time for World Equestrian Games action from France.

Dressage, para-dressage and reining kick off the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, on Mon., Aug. 25, following opening ceremonies on Sat., Aug. 23. The quadrennial competition takes place in Normandy, France.

YOUCH! My Back is Killing Me!
Written by Jochen Schleese, CMS, CSFT, CSE
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 02:57

What your horse is trying to tell you. Probably at some point in our lives most of us – riders or not – have suffered from backaches, charley horses, sciatica, or even perhaps more drastically – slipped discs, herniated discs, or pinched vertebral nerves. You know how painful any of these symptoms can be, and you know how they can be treated: over-the-counter or stronger drugs and painkillers, massage, chiropractic adjustments or even surgery.

Rancho El Encanto - Sleepy little town producing spectacular Spanish horses!
Written by Kim F. Miller
Monday, 08 September 2014 19:11

Even without knowing the property's name, Rancho El Encanto poses an enchanting sight when glimpsed from a car window cruising by on a winding, wooded road in the Monterey area. In the paddock visible from the road, buckskin, gray, bay and black young horses frolic in the shade of spreading oaks and pines.

Winner's Circle
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 03:44

Richard Spooner rode Cristallo to victory and was second with Chivas Z in the $85,000 Talisman Energy Cup 1.50m, held during the Spruce Meadows Continental CSIO 5* Tournament in Calgary, Canada in mid-June. There were 55 entries in the competition, and they contested a course set by Anthony D'Ambrosio of the United States.

There were just five in the jump-off after a tough first round with a skinny vertical at the end of the ring that caught many horses and riders.

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