Oh boy were my ears were ringing this weekend because “Horse Cloning” was featured as a topic on 60 minutes this past Sunday. Everyone always told my owner that I should have cloned because of my superstar personality and great looks 😉 And I mean, what better way for my legacy to live than with a Lord Nelson 2.0!!

Spring is here to stay!!! Good-bye to the minimal 8-hour days of sunlight and hello fresh pastures and warmer temperatures!! Now is the perfect time to evaluate your fields and barn management routines to ensure you and your horse will have an easy transition to the new season.

It’s one of my favorite times of the year! This February is the annual horse management seminar! All of my best two legged friends are going to be there to teach you about gastrointestinal (GI) health. It is on Sunday, February 11th from 8:30am-3:30pm in the Cook Student Center. Make sure to secure your spot for early bird registration at https://goo.gl/2ZNHR2.

With it being the winter season, I see most of my four-legged friends bundled up in SO many blankets! I can tell they definitely don’t have as much fun as me playing in the snow with all those layers on. Today I asked my friend “Hugme Christi” why she was wearing so many layers instead of growing out her fuzzy winter coat and she jokingly replied, “My mom is cold!”

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!!! It’s the time when everyone indulges on sweet yummy cookies. If you didn’t know, I am the designated cookie tester for my pals at the Equine Science Center. I take my job very seriously…it’s my responsibility to rule out which treats taste great and which ones are gross. I’ve tried a couple of homemade recipes this year, and wanted to be sure to share the ones that ALL of my four legged friends can celebrate with this holiday season! 

Fall is in full swing!  There is a chill in the air and soon the smell of turkey and pumpkin pie will be filling your family kitchen.  But as you prepare to sit down to enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends, you need to also keep in mind what your four-legged family members might be munching on out in the pasture!