May 21, 2018

Liv’s Tip of the Month – Fly Control

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Liv’s Tip of the Month There are two main things to know about fly control – first, know what types of flies you are targeting and second, you
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May 15, 2018

What Makes a Great Barn Manager?

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“Behind every great barn is a great barn manager” – or at least, that’s what we at BarnManager believe! But what does a barn manager do that makes the role so important? And what makes someone a great barn manager? While those answers vary from discipline to discipline
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May 3, 2018

501(c)(3) Feature: The North Carolina Therapeutic Riding Center

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Through our ‘Free for 501(c)3’ program, our team at BarnManager has had the opportunity to learn more about incredible equestrian non-profit organizations from across the country. Each month, we’ll be featuring one such organization here on our blog!
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April 24, 2018

Liv’s Tip of the Month – 5 Springtime Dangers to Avoid with Your Horse

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Liv’s Tip of the Month Springtime brings some beautiful flowers and we all want to be outside after the long winter. However, springtime also brings some unique dangers to keep your horses away from.
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April 11, 2018

Equine Technology Collaboration

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“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” – Henry Ford   Competition moves us forward, but collaboration transforms us. It is a very exciting time to be working in the equine technology space. New companies seem to be launching almost daily, and we all share common
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April 4, 2018

501(c)(3) Feature: Hickory Hill Farm

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Through our ‘Free for 501(c)3’ program, our team at BarnManager has had the opportunity to learn more about incredible equestrian non-profit organizations from across the country. Each month, we’ll be featuring one such organization here on our blog!
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March 26, 2018

Liv’s Tip of the Month – 8 Spring Cleaning Must-dos for Your Barn

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Liv’s Tip of the Month Time to do a few things around the farm to get ready for warmer weather!
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March 16, 2018

Managing Horses in Multiple Locations with Laura Kraut

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A month ago, Laura Kraut rode on the U.S. Nations Cup team at the CSIO5* Ocala in Ocala, FL. Three weeks ago she was contesting the Sunshine Tour in Spain, and this week, she is back in Wellington, FL, to compete at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) –
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February 28, 2018

Liv’s Tip of the Month – Laminitis Signs

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Liv’s Tip of the Month Laminitis is not just a springtime issue – although it seems to be more common in the spring, it can happen year round! Here are some sure-fire signs your horse needs a vet – pronto! An increased digital pulse at the fetlock. This
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February 7, 2018

A HEART for Equine Aid

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A HEART for Equine Aid If you travel the hunter/jumper horse show circuit – like many of our BarnManager users do – you may have noticed an eye-catching red and orange horse trailer situated somewhere not far from the main ring. That specially outfitted horse
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December 27, 2017

Liv’s Tip of the Month – Keeping Your Horse’s Skin Healthy in Winter

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Liv’s Tip of the Month Keeping Your Horse’s Skin Healthy in Winter It’s cold. Your fingers are numb. You just want to tack up and ride and go home – but you might be skipping some steps to help your horse’s winter skin stay healthy. Here’s what
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November 23, 2017

Liv’s Tip of the Month – Warming Up Your Bits

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Liv’s Tip of the Month Do your horse a favor in cold weather and warm his bit up for him! It’s easy and makes bridling comfortable. Depending on your barn’s tack room set up, you might have a lot of options to make this happen! One easy
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October 25, 2017

Heart of Phoenix

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One of the greatest parts of our work with BarnManager is getting to know and learn from incredible horsemen and women across the globe. Everyone has a unique and powerful story of what horses mean to them and why they continue to dedicate themselves to the equines in
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October 25, 2017

Preparing the Barn for Winter Weather

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The time to get ready is before it gets cold! This includes getting your barn spic and span, and your horse all squared away for the cold weather. Focus your winter barn prep energy on making sure these systems are a go:
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August 17, 2017

A Visit to The Peeps Foundation

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On a recent trip to Lexington, Kentucky, all of my childhood dreams came true when I was invited to visit The Peeps Foundation. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this organization or its namesake, Peeps, it’s time for you to become familiar. As I pulled onto
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July 5, 2017

The Plaid Horse Blog: Nicole Lakin’s Barn Management Brain Child

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“When it comes to horses, there’s nothing that can replace the feeling that you have whether you’re on the horse or on the ground with them,” Lakin said. “That’s irreplaceable and technology will never change that. What technology can do is to automate business side of things, and
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