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Important Information Foaling – the Eponychium by Jill Giese

“What on earth…….  Did I mistakenly breed my mare to Big Bird from Sesame Street?!   The first time I witnessed a foal enter the world I was not prepared for the shock of the appearance of the its front feet.  The hooves appeared to be covered with “feathers”.   As mares typically give birth in the middle […]

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It's always a good day for a ride at Dreamcatcher Meadows! Winter just means fun rides out in the snowy hay field. How do you keep your active in the winter months?
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The youngsters are taking notes as they watch the mature horses have a fun school in the snow! Our young horses have the advantage of growing up in a herd environment for the first few years of life. This helps them to develop good social skills for when we bring them in to back them. ... See MoreSee Less

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Big thank you to DressagePro for sharing this great story! Wonderful to listen to, made our team get goosebumps! ... See MoreSee Less

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Here’s a little picture for you guys of Levi this afternoon enjoying a break in the weather with some sunshine after a fun play in the ring☀️ He is doing great! Hope all is well 😊 ... See MoreSee Less

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Dreamcatcher Meadows Sporthorse Breeding & Equestrian Training Pemberton BC updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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