Horse Enthusiasts Invited To Complimentary Winter Equine Meeting

Advice for care and handling of horses highlights an upcoming special presentation.

“Everybody interested in horses is invited to the Winter Equine Meeting Thursday evening, January 9th, at Garnett,” welcomed Ernie Rodina.

The “Horse Guy” prominently recognized throughout the country, Ernie Rodina of Better Horses Radio emcees the Garnett program January 9.

Coordinated by Rodina of Better Horses Radio and hosted by Roger Brummel of Brummel Farm Service, it’s a complimentary program.

Roger Brummel of Brummel Farm Service will cook supper as host for the Winter Equine Meeting at Garnett January 9th.

More than a dozen equine related businesses have joined together in sponsorship of what’s promised as an educational, entertaining session.

“We’ll kick off the evening there at the Anderson County Fairgrounds with a hamburger fry at 5:30,” informed host Brummel. “I’m doing the cooking so everybody needs to make advance reservations to assure there’ll be plenty to go around.”

Dr. Fred Gardner, well known equine veterinarian at the Countryside Vet Clinic, is the leadoff speaker.

Love of everything horses will shine through when Dr. Fred Gardner speaks at the Garnett Winter Equine Meeting January 9th.

He’ll have two presentations first extending the life of the old broke horse and then development of the young horse.

“Dr. Gardner has a lifetime of horse experiences he’ll relate in his always enjoyable presentations,” Rodina declared.

Sarah Leonard, Purina animal nutritionist, will also have a two-part presentation. She’ll discuss selection of the right horse feed and new horse feed research.

Personal experiences horseback and feeding her own for maximum performance will be shared by Sarah Leonhard at the equine meeting.

“Sarah’s information is based on her longtime work in livestock nutrition as well as personal horse ownership experiences,” Rodina said.

Rested from cooking the horse enthusiasts’ supper, Brummel comes forward to review services his business offers specifically for horse owners.

Closing out the evening, Rodina guarantees he’s “Your Voice” for better horses in all of his diverse media endeavors.

“That’s radio, television, newspaper, website, public appearances and well beyond whatever we can do to help,” Rodina promised.

Supper reservations are required before noon, January 9th, to the host at his Brummel Farm Service by calling 785-448-3161.