Making America’s homeless horses a thing of the past.
With over 400 participating rescues, an ever increasing number of rescue horses listed, and an extremely active following including a Facebook page with more than 5,000 fans, the year 2013 will significantly change the destiny for hundreds of horses around the country.
Since the launch of this new program A Home for Every Horse, more than 70 horses have found homes. And the truth is, this could not be achieved without the help of dedicated sponsors like Cavallo pouring in tremendous support.
If you know of a horse who needs rescuing or if you know of anyone who would like to rescue a horse, please visit A Home for Every Horse.
The next Home for Every Horse event in the 2013 event season will be a presentation at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event where Buckland Equine Rescue will receive an award for their contribution to our program.
Please visit us on line or come and check out a live event in your area.
Rolex Kentucky (April 25-28)
Date: Presentation on Saturday, April 27
Time: 1 p.m.
Location: Practical Horseman Tent, #5 in the Sponsor Village
Jersey Fresh (May 9-12)
Western States Horse Expo (June 7-9)
Cavallo Horse & Rider
Changing the World, One Horse at a Time
Thrilled with the turnout at my presentation at the 14th annual Northwest Horse Fair & Expo at Linn County Expo Center in Albany Oregon in March, I (Carole Herder, Cavallo President) presented my latest information in an interactive way by providing special prizes to those who answered test questions and asking for examples of personal horse experience. Even with popular Headliners like Chris Cox a big group came out to learn the 6 Key Considerations to a Successful Barefoot Program and The 2 Hotspots for Horses. Thank you Cavallo Community for attending and participating.
Especially exciting was the All Breed Challenge competition. Here I am with my good friends Diana and Rick Lamb and Kathy Klover from Valley Vet Supply handing out the prizes. The Northwest Side Saddle Group and Blackpearl Friesian Dance Troupe were fantastic entertainment. All the excitement really tired this little fellow out.
All in all another fun and successful show.
Our office will be closed December 22 until January 7. Orders placed online during this time will still be processed and shipped. We will be checking messages throughout the holidays if there is something you need help with. Please don’t hesitate to call us at 1-877-818-0037.
Don’t miss Carole Herder, president of Cavallo, speaking at Equitana at the Melborne Showgrounds in Australia, November 15th and 16th – Benefits of going barefoot and November 17th – How To Effectively Manage Your Barefoot Horse. Please visit Equitana’s website by clicking here for the full schedule.
Carole Herder is a dedicated barehoof advocate. Ms. Herder has a genuine passion to help educate horse owners. She speaks on her belief that caring for their hoofs naturally and keeping horses barefoot is best. Carole designed and developed the Cavallo Simple and Sport Boots to meet the needs of the world wide hoof boot market, helping our equine friends receive the protection required when riding on terrain that the barehoof is not conditioned to.
In 1993, Carole designed and developed the Total Comfort System Saddle Pads to address the other ‘hot spot’ for horses ridden under saddle – their sore backs. Providing comfort for horses is Carole’s passion. Before designing the Cavallo range of hoof boots, Ms Herder served as Vice President of Marketing and exclusive Worldwide Distributor for Old Macs.
Carole presents the chronicle of her own horses’ experience and shares a wealth of knowledge accumulated over extensive worldwide association with the industry experts coupled with comprehensive personal knowledge of the natural horse world. She presents her studies of hoof care, the barefoot movement and hoof boot development, highlighting various real life stories of riders and horses affected by this revolution over the past dynamic decade.
Carole answers the pertinent questions you have regarding hoof transition, hoof care and the application of hoof boots and addresses the questions you may not yet even ask.
Every time the farrier would come out to put new shoes on, I would just cringe at the sight of those nails being driven through Duke’s thin hoof walls. Now I can rest assured that day and night my off the track thoroughbred has the protection and comfort his hooves need. He wears his simple hoof boots 24/7, with the exception for once a day when I take his Cavallo simple boots off to clean and condition his hooves. Thank you Cavallo for giving us the opportunity to strengthen Duke’s hooves and in the end save us money on farrier fees Happy Riding,
Christina and Duke