Dr. Kerr is here the 1st Wednesday each month. Please call his office if you want your horse seen on that day for any additional issues. Rates are discounted if scheduled for his regular monthly visit.
Look for an invitation in your inbox to our Fall Barn Party November 5th.
A great time to share friendship, food and an overall good time.
HORSEY HUMOR, QUOTES, TIPS
God forbid that I should go to any heaven where there are no horses. R.B. Graham
AREA EQUINE NEWS
SONOMA COUNTY EQUINE TRAILS
Foothill Regional Park - encompasses 7 miles of trails through 211 acres of former ranchland in northeast Windsor and is a popular park for equestrians. The majority of the trails are available for riding and offer varied terrain with vineyard and valley views. Trailer parking is limited.
Spring Lake Regional Park – This Santa Rosa park is one of our most popular. For equestrians, dirt trails ring the lakeshore and cross wooded hillsides. Equestrian trails also connect with Annadel State Park. Horse
trailer parking is accessed through the Newanga Avenue entrance.
Shilo Ranch Regional Park – This 860-acre park is on the southeast edge of Windsor. Many of the trails are former ranch roads, so their width makes Shiloh a popular destination for equestrians. This park also has ample parking for trailers.
Trainer Needs Help
HELP TRACEY LERT TO GET BACK IN THE SADDLE! It only takes an instant for a life-threatening injury to occur, but the road to rehabilitation can be long. Over the course of 30+ years, Tracey has been a lauded dressage rider, judge, trainer, clinician, and beloved friend, making us and our horses better partners in every way. After two horse related severe Traumatic Brain Injuries she has been undergoing treatment in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber. Tracey needs to take time off from work to recover, but that does not mean time off from bills, and horse trainers only make a living when they are fully functioning. This fund has been set up to ensure she can take the time she needs to rehabilitate properly. The money will be used to help Tracey with the ever-present bills that owning two horses bring with them: board, shoes, vet bills, etc. If you’d like to help, please go to: https://www.gofundme.com/traceylert