Have you ever thought about taking a trip to Lexington, Kentucky? The Horse Capital of the World, there are tons of things for horse lovers to do in Lexington
Barn Roof Since you’ll be doing construction on your barn, it’s always a good idea to take a look at the roof to make sure that it doesn’t need repair or replacement.
If a barn renovation or upgrade is in your plans for 2015, then choosing stall accessories will be on your to-do list. When choosing stall accessories, there are particular factors that you will want to look for. Here are some tips to ensure that you get the most out of the stall accessories that you select.
Have you ever encountered hock sores on your horse? Hock sores show up as irritated areas on your horse’s hocks where the hair has been rubbed off, and sometimes where the skin has been rubbed open.
We’re excited to begin a new tradition here at Classic Equine Equipment: Every Thursday will feature an interview with Christy Schulthess, Classic’s President and CEO, or with another member of Classic Equine Equipment. We’ll answer questions that we frequently receive, and will also include tips and tricks for how our products may be used in your dream barn. This week, Christy Schultess answers the question we receive most often: Why is Classic Equine Equipment different from all of the other stall manufacturers out there?
Thursday, May 23 2013 by Editor
Whether it’s your own horse or you are a barn owner thinking of adding another revenue stream by boarding horses that are injured, you will probably experience a horse needing special recuperative care at least once.
Wednesday, February 06 2013 by Editor
If you watched the Super Bowl on Sunday – and even if you didn’t watch it – chances are that you’ve seen the Budweiser commercial that’s gone viral in the equestrian world since it first aired. The touching one-minute mini movie gives viewers a look into the bond between a Clydesdale colt and his breeder from birth right on through when the horse leaves the farm for training to become a member of Budweiser’s prided hitch-pulling team. The most poignant part of the commercial comes with the reunion of horse and breeder, and it’s a testament to the incredible bonds that can form between horse and human.