“Despite their size and weight, horses are nature’s delicate creatures and if you’re a horse owner, or someone who’s planning for horse ownership, you should be prepared for an equine emergency,” explained Jim Moore of Cowboy Boot Camp. “Unfortunately, bad things sometimes happen when you're on the trail or when you and your horse are at a remote location or at a time when a vet might not be available. A horse depends upon his human companion to make him feel better or possibly even save his life.”
It's easy to forget that not that long ago, California was America's Frontierland, filled with cowboys and pristine rolling hills. Strap on a pair of cowboy boots, don your best (or only) cowboy hat and try this cowboy-theme date.
It was all about hearts and horses on February 14, when the Rolling Hills Estates-based Cowboy Boot Camp hosted a Valentine's Day wine tasting, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the nonprofit Palos Verdes Peninsula Horsemen's Association (PVPHA).
A number of emergency topics and step-by-step procedures are addressed including how to respond if your horse shows signs of abdominal problems; how to care for a laceration, puncture wound and more... Read it now!