Friday Trending Headlines

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It's Friday again! That means we have a video to fill you in on all the action happening in the horse world. Don't miss out!
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Headstalls With Button End Ties

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Headstalls with button ends ties can be hard to open and close. Most often, they can be confusing and look difficult to attach a bit to. But the solution is easy and fast. Button ties are made to stay in place and last but still be quick when exchanging bits. That is why they can be difficult to deal with at times but I promise the more the leather is worked and softened, it will become a walk in the park.

Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, TX July 30th-August 3rd

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It's the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping's 20th Anniversary! This event is in honor of long time friend, Spicer Gripp. The residents of Hereford, Texas founded this annual roping in 1994. Following it's foundation came the creation of the Spicer Gripp Memorial Event Center in 2001. This event has grown to be in the heart of it's competitors and fans with roping events ranging from Senior Steer Roping to Kid's Dummy Roping. The event will begin today with a kick off & reception by Cargill Meat Solutions Gripp Foundation at 6:30 p.m.

Apparel at Coolhorse!!

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Have you seen the apparel here at Coolhorse? Why not throw in an item from STS? Coolhorse carries Petrol jeans as well as Adiktd jeans. We have some of the cutest tops around. Even the perfect dress for a night out can be found here. That pair of Corral Boots you've been wanting... yes we have them too. If you don't find the exact style you are looking for, we can order them for you! It's summer time and we've stocked some super cute flat sandals! Coolhorse has also started carrying a "COOL" t-shirt and cap line with our own personal touch. We have something for men, women, and youth.

Vesicular Stomatitis In Horses In Texas Counties

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If you haven't heard, there has been an outbreak of Vesicular Stomatitis in several Texas Counties. VS can affect horses, livestock, wildlife and even humans. This acute disease causes lesions to develop on the tongue, mouth lining, nose and lips. Some lesions may occur on the coronary bands, sheath or udder. One of the more obvious signs is drooling or frothing of the mouth post rupture of the lesion and weight-loss as eating may be excessively painful. VS usually persists for a near of two weeks but it may take as long as two months for the lesions to completely heal.

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