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South Florida's Connection to the Horse Community.

The South Florida Blog for all Horse Related News

South Florida's Connection to the Horse Community.

The South Florida Blog for all Horse Related News

South Florida's Connection to the Horse Community.

The South Florida Blog for all Horse Related News

South Florida's Connection to the Horse Community.

The South Florida Blog for all Horse Related News

South Florida's Connection to the Horse Community.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Happy Ending after much suffering

On August 3 in Miami the SFSPCA picked up this emaciated Thoroughbred mare along with 2 others that were living in squalor.  As you can see by the picture below, that was their make-shift home, the ceiling not even tall enough for them to raise their heads.  When the original breeder of this mare, (who goes by the name Silver and Smoke) Denzel Brendemuehl found out that the SFSPCA had rescued this horse, Denzel contact the organization immediately telling them they would take the mare back.  According to founder Laurie Waggoner, this is the first time in over 20 years that the original breeder/owner has ever stepped up to the plate to come and get the horse that they bred.  Hats off to Denzel and lets hope that Silver and Smoke will live out the remainder of her life a happy and healthy horse!

Friday, July 11, 2014

Come on out to Hot To Trot Equestrian Consignment today!










Boy have we got in a ton of new stuff into the store!  Western, English and Dressage…so come on by and check out our inventory today!

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Beware of the Blister Beetle in your Alfalfa Hay

This little guy may not look like much, but apparently he packs a nasty punch!  Just recently someone reported finding remnants of this tiny creature in some alfalfa hay they just purchased in Brevard County, FL.  This beetle is found only in Alfalfa or Alfalfa mixture of hays.  I do not personally feed any hay with alfalfa in it, although each hay has its own set of issues from time to time so being diligent no matter what type of hay you buy is a good cautionary thing to do.  I found this great article from the University of Kentucky giving great insight to this culprit:  www2.ca.uky.edu/entomology/entfacts/ef102.asp.  It is a great bit of information for all of us who own horses!

Monday, June 9, 2014

Just when you think you have heard it all….


This article is going to make your blood boil for sure.  I'm not sure what kind of sick, cruel person would do such a horrendous thing, but apparently this just occurred in the Ocala area of Florida which is our mecca of horses.  





www.ocala.com/article/20140607/ARTICLES/140609754/0/search

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Summer shows winding down….

With the summer show season winding down, this weekend will be the last show for Heritage Horse Show at Plantation Equestrian Center located at 1451 NW 118th Ave in Plantation, FL.  The show begins on Saturday, May 31st and ends Sunday, June 1st.  This is their Finals and Challenge Show so if you need the rules or more information about the show, please go to their website: www.heritagehorseshow.com or call Lauren @ 954-448-5492.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

It's not the horse's fault...

Study: Human Interaction Shapes Horses' Negative Emotions

How many times have you heard that it's not a horse problem, but a people problem?  This article pretty much sums that analogy up!

Monday, May 19, 2014

Calling all Hunter/Jumpers!


South Florida Hunter and Jumper Association presents a June 13th show in their summer series.  This show will be held in Wellington, Fl and for more information, please contact Hali Miller at (954) 591-9096 or you can email her at CASEY@gmail.com.