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Sunday is the best day!

Whenever we want to start something new, we always say, I’ll start tomorrow, or I’ll do it such and such a date and we never seem too. That’s why Sunday is my favorite day of the week. It’s a chance to start all over again any way you want. I use Sunday’s as my rest and relax day. For exercise, I’ll go for a walk a couple times a day or hit a relaxing yoga …

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What is an OTTB? Possibly your new BFF!

OTTB Mare Barrel Racing. Shelbie Sibbald of SMS Performance Horses If you’re a horse person or just love to look at them and bask in their beauty, then you have probably seen the term OTTB and have wondered what it means. I myself have wondered what the big deal is behind owning an OTTB, so I found out. OTTB stands for Off Track Thoroughbred. Meaning, they have done their time on the track and now …

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Julie’s Keylime Athletic Wear!

KEYLIME branded clothing uses only top-quality fabrics and is made right here in Canada. The fabrics and manufacturing country of origin for other brands we sell from outside suppliers may vary. I’m thrilled to say I am now a representative for this fantastic product and can’t wait to share it with you all!  Never heard of it? Well let me tell you all about it! Keylime was started in Edmonton by Kristi Wozniak after she …

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How to Help Your Horse in Extreme Cold Weather

How to help your horse in the extreme cold! If you don’t blanket, make sure they have a shelter or wind breaker of some sort. Add extra feed and salt. Salt will encourage them to drink. Check water sources regularly to ensure that heaters are working. If possible, add shavings and straw to shelters for extra bedding and warmth. If you can, bring them into the house lol, just kidding. If your close to a …

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