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Corro Stories - Thu Mar 25 2021
From the Gridiron to the Barn – Brian Westbrook Found A Love for Horses in Between NFL Seasons
Brian Westbrook may be best known for his incredible career in the NFL as one of the best running backs of all time, but what you may not realize is that Westbrook has also spent the last fifteen years as a proud horse farm owner, where he rides, breeds quarter horses, and runs a foundation for underserved youth to learn vocational skills through working with horses. Learn more about how horses and the farm changed his career path and have created a haven for Westbrook and his family.
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Corro Stories - Tue Mar 16 2021
How The Budget Equestrian Prepares For Summer With Her Horses
Spring is near and if you're anything like us, we can't wait to welcome it with open arms. If you're looking to spend as much time as possible in the saddle or just hanging around horses, now is the best time to prepare and set you and your horses up for success. We asked the Budget Equestrian to share her tips to prep for spring and be organized for the warmer days ahead.
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Corro Stories - Sun Mar 07 2021
Get A Jump On Fly Season — Protect Your Horse From Pesky Flies
The weather is starting for warm up (FINALLY!) and with warmer weather also comes the pesky flies. Now is actually the perfect time to set a plan to help control the flies for the entire summer, which can lead to a much more enjoyable summer for us and a happier, healthier horse. Here are a few ways you can plan ahead.
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Corro Stories - Thu Feb 25 2021
The Ultimate Guide To Measuring Your Horse For Blankets, Sheets, And Coolers
There will be a time when you have to buy your horse a new blanket, sheet, flysheet, and/or cooler. Shopping for these items for your horse shouldn't be so difficult. That's why Corro created this guide to help you measure your horse in order to find the right size. We call that #CorroConfidence!
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Corro Stories - Mon Feb 22 2021
How to Support Your Horse’s Gut Health
It's true when they say a happy gut makes a happy horse. However, a horse's digestive system can be so delicate. Sometimes the simplest things such as a change in weather, routine, feed, and more can cause digestive issues. Learn more about their digestive system and simple tips to optimize your horse's gut health.
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Corro Stories - Thu Feb 18 2021
Caring for Your Horse in Unexpected Weather
This winter is unlike any winter we've seen before. If you are experiencing the extreme winter storms, freezing temperatures, and/or power outages, especially in states where this type of weather is rare, we've put together some tips to help you keep your horse(s) safe and warm during this trying time.
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Corro Stories - Fri Feb 05 2021
Corro's Ultimate Guide To Horse Blankets, Sheets, & Coolers—Your Questions Answered
Searching for a blanket, sheet, or cooler? With so many options, it can be overwhelming to find the right one for your horse's specific needs...until now. We created the ultimate guide to help you find the right type of blanket(s) for your horse, how to properly care for them so they last longer, as well as how to blanket your horse appropriately based on the temperature and hair length.
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Corro Stories - Mon Jan 25 2021
Caring for Your Horse's Hooves During Winter
Caring for your horse’s hooves is essential all year-round. After all, healthy hooves are key to overall horse health. However, the winter can present some specific challenges to caring for your horse’s feet. Whether it's because of a change in diet, changing pasture conditions, or frozen/harder ground conditions, learn how to help your horse's hooves stay healthy during the cold winter season.
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Corro Stories - Fri Jan 15 2021
Meet Your Horse’s New Favorite Horse Treat – Kelcie’s Horse Treats Are Bringing Both Insights & New Ingredients To The Horse Cookie Game
When we first heard that Kelcie's Horse Treats were being devoured by even the fussiest of horses, we had to investigate and ultimately add these delicious treats to our assortment on Corro. Started by Kevin Nairne and Mary Elizabeth Kent, who is the sister and barn manager for U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist Laura Kraut, Kelcie’s Horse Treats are stealing the hearts of both horses and dogs alike. We recently spoke with Nairne to learn how these unique cookies came to be and learn why they’re a growing favorite.
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Corro Stories - Fri Jan 08 2021
Getting Back into the Show Ring with International Showjumping Head Groom Dan Ingratta
For many equestrians, getting back to competing is a top priority. Corro asked how International Showjumping Groom Dan Ingratta is getting organized and prepared for the 2021 show season after having been forced to take a break due to COVID-19. Discover Dan's tips for getting ready for the new show year.
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Corro Stories - Fri Dec 11 2020
Homemade Holiday Horse Treat Recipes
The holiday season is a time filled with love and baking. Show your horse some love with homemade treats that are sure to mix it up from their everyday carrots, apples, and sugar cubes regimen. We've rounded up some fun and easy horse treat recipes that we're sure your horse will love and you will enjoy making.
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Corro Stories - Wed Dec 09 2020
Corro's Holiday Gift Guides—Find the Perfect Gifts for All the Horses and People on Your List
Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list is the best feeling, but is not always the easiest task. Don't fret! Corro created Gift Guides for nearly everyone on your list — including your horse. Discover great recommendations and inspiration to help simplify the shopping process.
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Corro Stories - Wed Dec 02 2020
The Power Of The Mindset—How Your Mindset Can Improve Your Ride & Life with Peter Crone
Anyone who rides horses knows just how mental of a sport it can be. Yet, it can also be one of the most ignored aspects of our ride. Corro caught up with Peter Crone, who works with professional and Olympic athletes (including equestrians) to help them better understand their thoughts, limiting beliefs, and patterns in order to set them free of what holds them back. Discover how your own mindset may be affecting your riding (and life) and tips to help you get out of your own way.
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Corro Stories - Thu Nov 19 2020
Looking to Return to Horseback Riding? Five Steps to Get You Back in the Saddle
Are you a former equestrian yearning to get back into the saddle? Emmie Strommen of Calling All Horse Girls shares five steps that helped her return to riding after focusing on her career took her away from her childhood passion. Regardless of how long it's been or what discipline you want try, these steps are sure get you that much closer to your favorite four-legged animals.
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Corro Stories - Mon Nov 16 2020
How to Safely Decorate Your Barn for the Holidays
It's the most wonderful time of the year! But before you deck the halls and deck your barn out with holiday decorations, make sure you're not creating a safety hazard for your horses and your barn. We've put together some do's and don'ts to help keep you, your favorite four-legged friends, and barn safe this holiday season.
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Corro Stories - Wed Nov 11 2020
From Groom To Professional Three-Day Event Rider—How Meg Kep is Building Up the Next Generation of Eventers
Meg's career started as a groom for top level three-day eventers before she too started competing as a professional eventer. But her real passion is her Junior Event Team (JET) that she created a couple of years ago, which invites a group of her students to come to her farm for regular sessions, mounted and unmounted, and to help them set and work toward their riding goals. Learn how Meg is focused on improving the quality of riding and horsemanship among these young riders, all while balancing her own professional career.
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