In this episode, Julie and Megan speak with three women who are working to help horse owners and horse enthusiasts help horses in need. Brittney Vallot highlights the amazing work that Days End Farm Horse Rescue and the Maryland Equine Transportation Service has done for the Maryland area since it was established in 1989.
Dr. Stacie Boswell has a strong interest in the behavior and welfare of the horse, making it her goal to make horses’ lives better through both physical and mental well-being. This led to her writing her book, available through Trafalgar Books, Helping Horses in Need, not only for those looking to work in rescue, but for the everyday horse owner wanting to make life more enjoyable for their horses.
Finally, Ashley Harkins, Director of the United Horse Coalition, shares how the UHC provides plenty of resources for horse owners looking for assistance in caring for their horses, as well as those working with horses at-risk and in transition.
HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3217 – Show Notes and Links:
• Your Hosts: Julie Broadway (President) and Megan Arszman (Marketing & Communications) of the American Horse Council