Horses in Jacksonville
Horseback Riding in
Jacksonville and St Augustine
Welcome to Horses in Jacksonville, your source
for everything about horses in Jacksonville, Amelia
Island, and St Augustine. Featuring information
about the best horse stables, equine veterinarians,
feed stores, and riding lessons.
horse shows are sponsored by First Coast Classical
Dressage, Georgia Florida Rodeo Association, Duval County 4-H, Clay County 4-H, North Florida Arabian Horse Club, North Florida Dressage Association (NFDA), and the St. Johns River Pony Club.
Featuring horse shows and events at Jacksonville Equestrian Center and the
Clay County Fairgrounds in Green Cove Springs.
Hotels near the Jacksonville
Jacksonville area horse shows include dressage, hunter jumper, show jumping, western open, team roping, barrel racing, 4-H, Pony Club, and breed shows.
Sep 13, 2016
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Aug 26, 2016
Planning for Equine Evacuations During Hurricanes
By Agricultural Communications, Texas A&M University System
Evacuating when a hurricane hits is a stressful and scary experience, especially when evacuating with horses. While tornadoes give little warning for evacuation, hurricanes can give enough lead time to actually move people and horses out of the storm's expected path. But even with that time, preparing for equine evacuations can be crucial to the survival of horses. More info...
Jul 30, 2016
3 Must-Haves for Traveling with Your Horse This Labor Day Weekend
Planning a trail ride? Or taking your horse to visit friends? Make sure you do these three things first before you go in order to stay safe and have a great holiday.
1. Perform a pre-trip checklist.
Working with Dr. Tomas Gimenez, retired professor of animal and veterinary sciences at Clemson University, and Dr. Rebecca Gimenez, an animal physiologist and primary instructor in technical large-animal emergency rescue, USRider has been gathering and analyzing data about horse trailer accidents for the last eight years. From this data, Drs. Gimenez and USRider have gleaned some pertinent recommendations for preventing accidents and enhancing the safety of horses while traveling.
This information has been compiled in a handy Pre-Trip Checklist for Horse Trailers. The checklist is conveniently available to smartphone users on USRider’s mobile website. Simply access www.usrider.org from any smartphone and the list is handily at your fingertips to check prior to each trip. More info...
Jul 22, 2016
Cross Over Knee Patch Breeches on Sale