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Cazenovia College Equestrian Team member Keeley Gambino travels to Germany

International Experience at the Student Rider Nation's Cup

  • 19 October 2017
  • Author: canpubco
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Cazenovia College Equestrian Team member Keeley Gambino travels to Germany
Congratulations to Cazenovia College Equestrian Team member Keeley Gambino on her recent success over the summer (August 3-5) at the SNRC (Student Rider Nation’s Cup) competition in Germany (Nürtinger Reitverein, Im Tiefenbachtal)! 
She was a member of TEAM USA along with Lauren Franco (Mt. St. Mary’s University) and Amanda Pollack (Arizona State University).
Team USA was 8th overall out of 15 teams.(Germany won the TEAM competition and IRELAND won the Individual competition.)

How to Teach Your Horse to Jump Water

By Nikki Alvin-Smith

  • 20 March 2018
  • Author: canpubco
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How to Teach Your Horse to Jump Water
If you want to train your horse to jump water then don’t begin by teaching him to jump into it. For the cross-country or foxhunter you may want to train your horse to clear a dry ditch and will probably have some sort of rail to encourage the horse to jump high enough to clear the span of the ditch.

March Means Maple Syrup

By: Patrick Milmoe

  • 21 March 2018
  • Author: canpubco
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March Means Maple Syrup

March certainly has roared in like a lion.  Much snow has blanketed the area with lots more in the hills and higher elevations.  It makes for tough going for those who enjoy backyard maple syrup production.  Treading through three to four-foot drifts to collect the sap bucket by bucket becomes quite a workout.  Maple season marks the coming of spring.  Days are longer, the sun is warmer, and the birds are starting to be heard.  I have spent several weekends this time a year out by the barn boiling away many gallons of tree sap to harness one to two gallons of liquid gold.  This year due to all this snow I decided to pass but spent this past Sunday at a friend’s house overseeing his one pan/one man production.

   

 

Cornell University Offers Farrier Courses

The College of Veterinary Medicine is proud to offer two courses in Farrier Program: the General Farrier Short Course and the Advanced Farrier Course.

  • 24 March 2018
  • Author: canpubco
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Cornell University Offers Farrier Courses

Vaccinating Fido Against Rabies? Don’t Forget Your Horse

While dogs are vaccinated against rabies without question, the majority of horses – who are often at higher risk – are not vaccinated.

  • 28 June 2018
  • Author: canpubco
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Vaccinating Fido Against Rabies? Don’t Forget Your Horse

Horses are nearly four times more likely to contract rabies than dogs.1-3 Across the U.S., the majority of horses are not vaccinated for rabies and often have a higher risk of exposure than dogs.4 

While it’s likely Fido is vaccinated against this fatal disease, the question looms – is your horse protected?

 

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