I'm 50 years old and have been a 'horse nut' since I can remember...rode as a kid then got involved with Standardbred racehorses and eventually spent 2 years state side grooming Grand Circuit Standardbreds through my 20's. I own an 11 year old Trakehner I event at low level. I have been married to a non horse person for 18 years and have a 27 yr old step daughter and my daughter is 17. She enjoys riding non competitively. I work as a Nurse in Long Term Care to support my equestrian endeavours.
Yes Fiona,Most of the Omega Alpha products are available through Greenhawk and most finer tack shops.
HA-180 is not available through Greenhawk however can be bought in most other location.
If you ever have any questions you can allways call or text my cell at 416-995-7940 or email me at email@example.com
Hi Fiona, what a nice thing to say. I am happy you are getting great results for your leg injury.
Recovery is also a very good product but if you get a chance or see me at the CanAm show please ask me for a sample of Sinew-x from Omega Alpha. That is our joint, muscle and ligament formula and it works extremly well. You may also want to massage in some of our Tetda liniment it is wonderful for these types of injuries or any brusing or swelling. We disigned it to be used with the Back On Trqck products.
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i look forward to visiting in person maybe this summer.
All the best
Yes, I knew about the fire and the problems that complicated that whole situation. Too bad really.Hope Francis is happily married and enjoys B.C. Last I saw her (about 3 summers ago, she came to Toronto) she was involved in a stable/riding school, hope that worked out for her. I actually just got back from Ontario , I saw Lex, she had just gotten back from Nassau - we had dinner together with a few old friends. She seems well, she has a new horse and Austin seems happy in his new environment... Hope you're having a good New Year. It is a blizzard here. The plows came this morning and the drifts from my house to the barn are already 4ft. It is not a short walk and mostly downhill ;which is okay going to the barn, but not so much fun coming back!..
Too much is right... I know Rob very well, he and Lexy had the farm in Alma when I had my farm in Grand Valley. He and my ex got along very well. Lexy is a very good friend of mine and has been for many years(I worked for she and Bob Sharpe when the were 1st married)in the 80's before they had their 1st son, Alexander.. ..I worked for a vet out of Paiemonts when they first opened-Randy Scarrow(they called him Dr. Milkshake. John Burns was, I believe one of his clients then. I also worked for Mary Bell(more recently).The name Louise Annette sounds farmiliar but I cannot put a face to it. Is your husband still friends with Rob? How is Francis doing?
I think it is very cool that you groomed standardbred race horses. Being from Campbellville,a lot of my good friends are involved with standardbreds. I was a veterinary assistant at Mohawk - when standardbreds were still racing at Greenwood (a yr. or 2 ago)-so I know alot of the trainers.Blair Burgess's daughters rode with Alexya Solomon when I worked for her. I have a lot of respect for standarbreds as a breed- they work so hard and I have no idea how they do what they do! They are very strong,a thoroughbred would never hold up!
I have never been to Nova Scotia before , I came out here with some show horses I was working with in Ontario . While I was out here a friend of mine told me about this job. I met the people and loved what they were doing- and here I am. Scout came with me of course , and we are here together. (I would never leave home without him). I have been here since Nov.2006-just alittle over a year and so far am enjoying it. Does the name Camilla Templeton mean anything to you? She rode at Foxcroft many years ago and leased a horse from me at about that time.
by The Morning Feed On the Way Home is a gorgeous 7 year old, 16hh Standardbred retired racehorse mare who is ready for a new career through the Greener Pastures Standardbred Adoption Society. Homeslice is currently located in Langley, British Columbia with the adoption fee of $600.
Visit his page at The Morning Feed