Horse Business

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    Rethinking the Horse Business 2012

    On December 19, 2011,  what is hailed as "The most powerful horse business event of the year" will take place.  Rethinking the Horse Business 2012 examines how the economy, the horse industry, and the Internet are affecting horse business owners. 

    Flossie Sellers - November 23, 2011 08:02

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    Rethinking the Horse Business 2012

    Equestrian Professionals is sponsoring a webinar that everyone interested in horse oriented businesses should participate in on December 19, 2011. It is being billed as the most powerful horse business event of the year. 

    Flossie Sellers - November 25, 2011 08:13

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    SmartPak Equine Presenting Sponsor of USEF Network

    The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) welcomes SmartPak Equine as the presenting sponsor of USEF Network, the Federation's multi-media platform featuring live and on-demand video, news, photography, competition information and select coverage

    Flossie Sellers - December 20, 2011 14:55

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    Southern Hospitality at its Finest at IHSA Championships

    St. Andrews University Equestrian Program director and IHSA [no-glossary]coach, Peggy McElveen, is promising quintessential Southern hospitality when the Gov. James B. Hunt Jr. Horse Complex hosts the 39th Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National C

    Flossie Sellers - December 2, 2011 08:49

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    StartupNation Honors Bit Blanket in Top 100

    Bit Blanket, Inc. has been recognized as one of the top home businesses in the United States. StartupNation has honored the New Hampshire-based company as a Top 100 Most Innovative winner in its annual Home-Based 100 competition.

    Flossie Sellers - December 6, 2011 09:37

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    Which Horse Professionals Are Important?

    A few months ago I happened to watch a documentary about a police women who solved a very complicated and drawn out serial murder case. She worked on the case mostly by herself because it was a cold case with few leads.  Also, since the victims were most

    Flossie Sellers - November 28, 2011 08:31