Before I found Redmond Rock mineral products, my horses, Sadie and Midnight, totally ignored every single brand of salt lick I purchased.
I compete in Country English Pleasure, which is Arabian saddle seat equitation. I love the sport, the thrill of riding, the competition—and I love my horse!
My barrel horse, Prada, suffered from an unusual underlying condition that caused her to develop terrible ulcers and become very cinchy. The ulcers resulted in major problems, and my mare lost 100 pounds at one point.
My job is the most stress-relieving, rewarding business out there! I train barrel and ranch horses, and also buy, sell, and take on clients and consignment horses.
Our family horse, Comanche, is one of a kind. The first time I rode him, I knew he was special—like he’d turn out to be the horse that changed our lives. He did!
Two months ago I bought my dream horse, Ted By Williams. Ted is an extremely well-bred, talented horse with a world champion title to his credit in the Racking Horse division. He was a stallion until he was five and a show horse for his whole life.
Not long ago my horse Radar was suffering from ulcers, and I was suffering from sleepless nights trying to figure out how to help him.
I rescued my horse, Twisters “Quick” Tari, from an abusive ranch four years ago. He’s been slow coming around to trusting a human again, but through patience, spending a lot of time in his world, and offering treats (pretty sure the treats are the secret!), Quick and I have bonded. He now shows his trust by choosing to come to me when I’m nearby.
My horse, Officer Collins, and I participate together in trail riding, Western pleasure competition and barrel racing. I love the connection we’ve created as we ride and work together.