The Temple Grandin Equine Center will be home to a number of educational and service-oriented programs.
The Coyote Rock Ranch Veterinary Scholarship program, created by Penelope Knight has benefited 13 AAEP student members with a cumulative $1,050,000 in assistance.
Marguerite is quick to share her knowledge with her clients. After all, sharing is caring, and when your explanations are backed by science, it certainly builds trust.
Learning the language of equines has set Sandra Rwese on a path to collaborate with the Uganda Olympic Committee and the Uganda Equestrian Association.
When horses and mules are retired from the USFS, Horse Haven Montana, parent organization of EIFF, places senior geldings and mules in permanent homes.
"I still want my horses to look great. I want long, thick manes, full tails, a coat with a radiant shine and bright dapples," as she announces official partnership with ShowSheen.
As a veterinarian and scientific researcher, Dr. Hillary Clayton has raised questions and provided solutions in areas that very few have ever considered exploring.
Dr. Heidi Reesink's research program includes causes of catastrophic racehorse injury and new treatments and early detection methods for arthritis.
Whatever horse she's on or arena she's in, Caroline Martin considers Haygain Steamed Hay a critical part of her program.
Julie Goodnight is an industry professional working with The Right Horse Initiative to promote horse adoption and strengthen the horse and human bond.