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Sonia Stratemann Rescues Thoroughbreds

By at August 10, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Sonia Stratemann Rescues Thoroughbreds

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS There’s a story in the original Chicken Soup for the Soul called “One at a Time,” about a man walking along the shore where about a million starfish have washed up on the beach where they’ll die. He spots someone tossing them back into the ocean and confronts him. “There are so many,” the man said. “You can’t save them all. It more...

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Diane Cohoon: A Passion For Rescued Horses

By at August 3, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Diane Cohoon: A Passion For Rescued Horses

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS I first met Diane Cohoon about 15 years ago at her Caloosa farm. As I was leaving, I backed up slightly crookedly and ended up getting stuck in her driveway. Somewhat sheepishly, I walked back to the barn and explained my predicament. No problem, she informed me breezily; it happens all the time. Whereupon she grabbed a thick rope she’d made more...

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Neal Shapiro Recalls His Time At Munich Games

By at July 27, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Neal Shapiro Recalls His Time At Munich Games

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS The London Olympics begin this week. Ever wonder what it’s like to ride in the Olympics? Neal Shapiro knows. Forty years ago, he was there. Even as a youngster, Neal always wanted to ride. He lived down the block and was friends with my older brother. He owned a horse, which he boarded at a stable, which is why, when I was little, I wanted more...

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Erinwood Elite Rescue Helps Horses & More

By at July 20, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Erinwood Elite Rescue Helps Horses & More

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS I first met Jennifer Dachton some weeks back at the Caloosa Extreme Trail Challenge, and she impressed the heck out of me. She was the first entry into the pasture, and her horse, a tall gray named Nirvana, negotiated every obstacle quietly and willingly, even the really scary dummy drag. But what made their ride so remarkable was Nirvana’s more...

Ellen Rosenberg

Getting ‘Problem Loaders’ Into A Trailer

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Getting ‘Problem Loaders’ Into A Trailer

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS Being the center of attention in a show ring may bring joy, but being the center of attention at the show grounds because your horse won’t load into the trailer can bring humiliation and frustration. Trust me: I’ve been there more than once. One time, a friend had to leave her horse at a show grounds overnight after hours and hours of more...

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Caloosa Extreme Trail Challenge A Success

By at July 6, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Caloosa Extreme Trail Challenge A Success

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS While domesticated, horses still retain one bit of the wild in them: their flight reaction to run in fear from something they perceive as potentially dangerous or lethal. That’s what makes some horses spooky or causes them to shy at dodgy piles of debris or sinister horse-eating garbage cans lurking along the roadways. There are different more...

Ellen Rosenberg , Equestrian

Enjoyable Morning At The Saddle Diva’s Sale

By at June 29, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Enjoyable Morning At The Saddle Diva’s Sale

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS It was that time again. The signs appeared on the tack shop bulletin boards. Announcements and reminders popped up on the local horsey web sites. Then, finally, the day itself arrives, and those familiar hot pink signs flutter along the roadsides, pointing the way to 94th Street in The Acreage, and you hope like mad the rain holds off for the more...

Ellen Rosenberg , Equestrian

Andrea Tanner Seeks Help With New Venture

By at June 22, 2012 | 12:00 am | 0 Comment

Andrea Tanner Seeks Help With New Venture

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS Life changes in the blink of an eye. It’s something we all know, somewhere in the back of our mind, but something we don’t consciously think about or always consider. Until, one day, fate catches up. Such was the case with Andrea Lea Tanner of Wellington. “I was an FEI Level IV ranked rider,” Tanner recalled. “I’ve been riding since more...

Ellen Rosenberg

Melissa Hornung Enjoys Time On Polo Field

By at June 15, 2012 | 12:02 am | 0 Comment

Melissa Hornung Enjoys Time On Polo Field

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS Melissa Hornung loves to play polo, and she plays well. Originally from New Jersey, her family moved to upstate New York when she was 10, a year after she started riding. Her mother used to bring her out to watch the polo matches. Hornung became very interested, and she noticed one thing: There weren’t enough women playing on the more...

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Equine Law Tips From Anthony Barbuto

By at June 8, 2012 | 12:01 am | 0 Comment

Equine Law Tips From Anthony Barbuto

TAILS FROM THE TRAILS Anthony Barbuto of Wellington didn’t start out to be an equine attorney; it just kinda happened. “I have no horse background,” he explained. “I didn’t choose it; it chose me.” It began when he started practicing with attorney Ann Porath in September 2008. “She was the first full-time lawyer in Wellington and had a general more...

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