Pages of time will be turned back more than a century-and-a-half when Buffalo Soldier re-enactors come to Salina.
The Nicodemus Buffalo Soldiers Association will be among featured educational entertainment during the Equifest of Kansas, March 5-6-7. Continue reading →
“Horses still work best for modern day logging crews.”
While sophisticated technology and elaborately designed machines seem to dominate progressive industry today, that’s not always true. Continue reading →
“No foot, no horse” takes special meaning to every horse owner while horse soundness is the business of farriers.
“Shoeing horses is a lot more than ‘just nailing a steel shoe on’ a hoof,” according to Max Andersen, Certified Journeyman Farrier of Manhattan. Continue reading →
“You have breast cancer.”
Nothing is more alarming, frightening, depressing and discouraging than such prognosis from a doctor. Continue reading →
Trigger won’t be there, but Roy Rogers has come back to life for the Equifest of Kansas.
That’s not a true statement, and even more sadly many of those attending have no idea who Trigger and Roy are. Continue reading →
Frequently somewhat hyper, the buckskin mare Maggie’s tenseness was most apparent with blustery heavy downpour on the indoor arena.
Julie Frank of Rise and Shine Equine LLC at Ottawa had lined up an appointment for Maggie several weeks earlier. Continue reading →
The best Quarter Horses and Quarter Horse riders in the state of Kansas have been announced.
Despite many conflicts and serious concerns due to the coronavirus, six 2020 Kansas Quarter Horse Association events did go on. Continue reading →
Frequently if not nearly always, Diamond Spring and Diamond Springs are synonymous in lay conversation.
That’s inaccurate, but both are important to the history of Morris County. Continue reading →
Foaling season is just around the corner and owners need to be getting ready.
“A few simple precautions can help most mares produce a healthy, vigorous foal,” said Dr. Thomas R. Lenz. Continue reading →
Just about everything anybody would want to know about horses is set for Salina.
It’s the 24th annual Equifest of Kansas, according to Justine Staten, executive director of the Kansas Horse Council (KHC). Continue reading →