In the event of a Public Safety Power Shutoff an entire community and neighboring communities will be impacted. Grocery stores will be closed. Gas stations will be closed. ATM machines will not work. Water supply and sewage treatment will be affected. Electric gates, refrigerators and other electric appliances will not work. Plan for these events not only affecting your community but neighboring ones as well. Do you have a human and horse survival plan for a power shutoff?
Anything can go wrong when hauling horses, yet many things can be caught before you pull out onto the road. Developing a standard trip pre-check routine will enable you to check everything before loading and hauling your precious cargo. Sharon Jantzen walks us through the importance of a trip pre-check of your horse trailer and truck.
Perhaps poop scooping is not your favorite chore, but you can turn this never-ending task into a fun, quick and easy task. Get yourself some useful tools to bring fun and flair to your poop scooping duty. Sharon Jantzen gives us ideas for making poop scooping a fun and easy task.
Each minute you are late feeding your horses is tallied by a mark with their hooves in the dirt or with another “love-bite” on their neighbor’s hide. We may laugh at their antics, but in reality this can be not only a nuisance, but it can be dangerous. Late feeding causes our horses to stress. What if there was a fix to this scenario? Sharon Jantzen tells us there is.
Are you and your horse ready for spring? The sun will return – for good – shortly, and the Central Coast will again be a rider’s wonderland. Sharon Jantzen wants you and your horse to be ready to enjoy all spring-time horsey endeavors with some great products.