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US Equestrian MemberPerks: Free Access to EQ Living digital edition

by US Equestrian Communications Department | Jun 19, 2017, 9:47 AM EST

US Equestrian members can enjoy the latest digital edition of EQ Living for free and receive 50% off a print subscription through our MemberPerks program! Click here to read now. In this issue: visit actor and animal advocate Wendie Malick at her cozy farm near Los Angeles, then off to the Idaho estate that was the base for Debbie McDonald and Brentina, the most decorated dressage horse in America, and finally meet a woman in Florida who you probably don’t know, but has personally saved...

General Liability Horse Insurance: Who Needs It? Why and When?

by Markel Insurance | Jun 12, 2017, 10:23 AM EST

Photo: Pretty Pixels Photography If you run a training and boarding business from your barn and also give lessons to non-boarders, you need general liability horse insurance as part of your insurance risk-management plan. Sometimes referred to as general liability, it’s protection that covers you and/or your business in the event you are negligent and cause personal injury, bodily injury, or property damage to others. But what type of general liability horse insurance do you need in order...

Concussion Checklist: Spot the Signs

by US Equestrian Communications Department | Mar 20, 2017, 10:22 AM EST

Photo: Courtesy of Charles Owen It can happen to any equestrian: a sudden spook, a miscalculation at a jump, or any bump on the head might cause a concussion. Wearing an appropriate helmet can help prevent such an injury, but it’s important for everyone—parents, coaches, barn mates, and equestrians themselves—to be aware of concussion’s warning signs. Here’s a handy print-and-save reference list that can help you identify a possible concussion—and take the...