THANK SmartPak for this amazing opportunity and allowing me to share it with everyone. THANK my husband and my friend Jamey’s husband for both stepping down from other planned activities so that Jamey and I can go on this trip together. TRY to remain patient when non-horse people ask if you are bringing your horse with you to compete in Kentucky. (sorry Lucky, I love you but we are not ready for Open FEI reining)…
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Fairview Farms JJC, Brimfield, MA Submitted by Susan Freeland, Boarder Fairview Farms, JJC is located in Brimfield, MA. Centrally located on the boarder of Hamden Country and northern Connecticut, Fairview was purchased in 2007 by a father and daughter team;…
We sat down with Team SmartPak and U.S. Reining WEG team members, Tim McQuay and Tom McCutcheon, to get their thoughts on why they use the SmartPak system and how’s it become an integral component in their barns.
Azi, my 6 year old Quarter Horse mare, suffers from skin allergies and has always been a bit nervous and excitable. I considered all my supplement options and decided to feed SmartB1 and the SmartMSM in combination.
Tim McQuay and Tom McCutcheon on the upcoming Battle in the Saddle test event that will determine the 2010 U.S. WEG Reining team.
We got a chance to catch up with Tim McQuay while we were at the NRHA Derby to talk SmartPak, superstitions and his love for the NRHA Futurity.
Belle is a one in a million mare. She does EVERYTHING from jumping to running speed events. My daughter planned to show her last year so we pulled her out of “retirement”.
We’re back at the NRHA Derby today with more video. We managed to catch a fantastic run from another Team SmartPak Reiner, Tim McQuay. Tim finished the day as the champion in the Prime Time Open division with Lundin Farm’s…
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