Stop by Double LL Tack & Feed on NC 55 in Coats, Saturday, December 14th between 11:30am and 1:30pm and meet John Payne, the One Arm Bandit and see his rodeo rig in person. WQDR will be on hand doing a live radio remote to get the party started. Voted 12 Time Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association Entertainer of the Year, the One Arm Bandit brings his family specialty act to rodeos near and far. John and his family rodeo show use animals consisting of Longhorn-Watusi Steers, Mustangs, Mules and Buffalo. You never know which animal you will see at the show.
To see the One Arm Bandit and Company’s entire rodeo show attend the Bulls, Bells & Barrels Rodeo at the JB Hunt Horse Complex at the NC State Fairgrounds in Raleigh on December 13th and 14th. Call 919-872-6898 for ticket information. Gates open at 6pm. Show starts at 7:30pm. Rodeo event is hosted by Carousel Farms. Contact Double LL Tack & Feed at 910-897-7461 for questions. For information about the One Arm Bandit go to www.theonearmbanditandcompany.com.
Double LL Tack & Feed
1221 NC 55 W
Coats, NC 27521
M,T,Th,F 10am to 7pm
Sa 9am to 4pm
Su 12pm to 4pm
We are so excited about the upcoming Novembers issue of Southeast Equine magazine.
We are available in over 500 locations throughout the Southeast also available by subscription. I hope you enjoy reading the magazine and remember shop with our advertisers and tell them you read about their products in Southeast Equine magazine. Thank you.
Voltes in Dressage
- Our resident expert Laurie Hutchinson explains this sometimes complicated Dressage maneuver
- Lynn Palm tells us what Western Dressage is all about
- Dottie Burch, Attorney gives us tips about the pitfalls of interstate transactions.
Shop early for best selection and save money tonight and still be able to hit the malls the day after Thanksgiving.
NO FEED OR HAY SALES DURING THIS TIME.
Double LL Tack & Feed
1221 NC 55 W
Coats, NC 27521
M,T,Th,F 10am to 7pm
Sa 9am to 4pm Su 12pm to 4pm
Mine always was: Is it healthy for the horse? Is it making the horse hot? How much does it cost? As a caregiver, trainer and hoof care professional for horses, I was always looking for the ultimate way to feed a horse without breaking the bank. About three years ago I found this feed. I had heard about copra meal from colleagues in England, but could somehow not wrap my mind around it. Then I found CoolStance, tried it and the results were fabulous.
Pure coconut meal gives your horse the energy he needs to perform; you have peace of mind because it is low in non-structural carbohydrates (NSC <11%), but high in digestible protein (20%) and fat (10%). And it is free of chemicals, pesticides and herbicides.
The results I saw in my own horses and those of my clients within a mere 4 weeks led me to become a distributor for CoolStance in the Southern and Central United States. This is a great feed, it is affordable and delivers.
For information please visit www.stanceequine.com and www.coconutforhorses.com or
call 803-647-1200 or e-mail directly firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for resellers in many locations. If you have a barn, own an equine related business, you may be interested in selling CoolStance. This is also an excellent opportunity for farriers and hoof care providers; you really will see better hoof growth when horses are fed CoolStance. And your clients love it when you bring the feed to them.
Equine body workers and veterinarians also carry this feed and recommend it to their clients.
Nothing like you ever fed – everything you wished you had. Give me a call; you’ll be glad you did. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Have a great day!
This time of year, there is hair flying everywhere and my farm is no different. I have many dogs that are shedding as well. An NCHN member led me to the FURminator and I did some research, then got one. BEST thing I ever did! It looks like a regular comb type tool, for shedding, but once you use it, you will quickly realize it is not “regular”. I started out using a shedding blade as well as a grooming block to rid my horse of as much hair as I could, just knowing that there was no more hair left to be removed.
Then I started down her back with the FURminator and was amazed at what was coming off her back…I got a grocery bag full of hair, dirt and grime. It doesn’t cut or damage the hair, it just removes the undercoat and the best part, is that while removing the undercoat, it also removes dirt, old dandruff and stuff that has been lying on the skin for months…. So that all you have to do is use a finishing brush and whisk it away. It made her shiny and almost clean looking. It was a few days before she needed deShedding again. I was so impressed that I got the dog FURminator and was equally as impressed with what it did for my dog’s coat. They are slick, clean looking and not shedding at all. I didn’t have to brush the dogs for a week… I have never had a shedding tool that worked as well as this one. There are no sharp cutting parts to wear down so it lasts a long time. Easy to keep clean, just rub it clean and put it back in the holder. This is one tool that has made brushing the horses a whole lot easier! The website is www.FURminator.com. Contact info – 636-680-9387 or email email@example.com
Morton, IL (October 30, 2013) — With little equines on their minds, members of The American Shetland Pony Club/American Miniature Horse Registry will meet for their 2013 national convention in Lexington, November 5-10, 2013.
This annual event conducts business for all American Shetland divisions as well as for the following registries: the American Miniature Horse Registry, the American Show Pony Registry and the National Sport Performance Show Pony Registry. Additionally, business is also reviewed for all member programs – from breeders to youth to amateur to officials – for the entire organization
In addition to the business conducted, the Bluegrass Convention Committee is offering motor coach tours to “Experience the Bluegrass.” Guide tours of historic sites and local landmarks are part of this special opportunity.
Action items at this year’s meetings include Bylaw updates, rule changes, award presentations, educational clinics, fun activities and more.
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The American Shetland Pony Club, the American Show Pony Registry and The American Miniature Horse Registry are non-profit organizations established to preserve and refine the bloodlines of these small equines and promote the enjoyment of small equines. Recognized as the oldest and most versatile registry in the United States, the American Shetland Pony Club offer a variety of programs for Shetland Pony and Miniature Horse enthusiasts of all ages. Visit their website at www.shetlandminiature.com or 81-B East Queenwood Road, Morton, IL 61550. (Photo courtesy of Casey McBride)