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This is Episode 6 of Season 4, and in it, Jec talks with Kerry O’Brien, a Colorado trainer who is competing in the Meeker Mustang Makeover.
First, thanks to many of you who connected with us to offer feedback from last week’s show and the mental health initiatives we are talking about.
Second, thanks to our title sponsor, Lucerne Farms, Maine producers of quality forage feeds. But did you also know that they make chicken bedding. It’s called Coop Klean and it’s not your everyday chicken bedding.
Also, thanks to Chill Angel, a Colorado company that makes luxurious superfine merino wool sleepwear, perfect for combatting hot flashes.
I was really glad to hear about the Meeker Makeover. Some of you who follow Best Horse Practices or get the Cayuse Communications newsletter, might have heard WiseAssWallace talk about colt starting competitions. A lot of times, Wallace says, it is not set up for the success of the horse. And that’s a shame. Seems like Meeker and Kerry have the horses’ best interests at heart. So good to hear!
We thank Sampson Moss and his business, Prairie Wind Hat Works for their generous sponsorship. Sampson makes custom hats from his place in Pincher Creek, Alberta. Here he is talking about some regional distinctions. He starts when I ask him to consider with Alberta and hat preferences there. But then he expands on the preferences of certain parts of the US. I’m coming to know that what’s true with horses is also true with hats: the more you learn, the more you realize there’s a lot to learn.
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That’s it. Another episode in the can and out of the barn. Thanks for listening, y’all!