An Internationally Renowned Expert in the field of Holistic Animal Wellness and Natural Performance Enhancement Therapies, Nicole is a Certified Animal Acupressure & Massage Therapist offering acupressure and massage therapy for horses.
Curious how your horse's head looks under all that skin and hair? Just how all those teeth grow and what to watch for when things seem wrong?
Dr. Miller Thornbury, of Hunt Country Equine, explains equine dentistry with a first hand look into a routine tooth exam and float.
A lifelong horsewoman, Jill has Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology from Purdue University, and Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of South Carolina. She is a graduate of the School of Saddle Fitting and Flocking, and the School of Equine Massage/Muscle Therapy where she studied under Master Saddle Fitter and Equine Massage Therapist, Mike Scott. Jill is contracted by Saddlery Dresch to fit, service, and design their bespoke saddles.
Aack.......We have all had that sick feeling in the pit of our tummies of going to get our trusty steed from their pasture or stall and notice that they have smeared one of their shoes sideways on the hoof, often times with the clip shoved into the white line.
WHAT TO DO!!! Of course we want our farrier or vet to magically appear before our eyes, but the reality is they are tied up on previous appointments and cannot drop everything to come to our rescue.
The Solution???? Master Farrier Sean Gaul and his assistant Chaise Cantrell have put together a quick informative video detailing how to pull a shoe and the tools you will need!
The Holiday Season is officially upon us ...... We all had plenty to be thankful for during Thanksgiving! As the calendar turns to December it is a sharp reminder that the end of the year is almost upon us. For many that means New Year's Resolutions.... do you have one? let us know by dropping us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Resolution" in the header!
For FRC that means a new Board, a regouping at the January Board Retreat to develop a new focus for the coming year!
For me it means the end of an era, the end of serving on the Board of FRC (on and off since 2006) but certainly not the end of volunteering for this fabulous group of dedicated individuals! The energy and fresh ideas of the incoming Board is going to be exciting to see how and what they implement going forward! Cheers one and all..... KC Betzel
All Seminars will be held at FENCE House 3381 Hunting Country Rd, Tryon NC
6:30 pm Food & Social 7:00 pm Presentation Begins Free for FRC Members, $5 for Non-Members
To update your FRC membership for 2024 please go to this link,