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Success Is Easy

Three experts are forming a team just to help you and your horse.
And their help is free!
You ask the questions, the experts provide the answers.
Diane Solomon Blazer, Cathy Hanson and Dr. Jack Sales are now available on the Internet at to answer your questions about health care, training, nutrition, stable management, soundness and disease, showing techniques and more.
Whatever it is you want to know about horses, just ask. Director of the Equine Science Program for Scottsdale Community College, Diane is ready to help with nutrition and general care questions. She has a Master of Science, Animal Sciences, Colorado State University, a Bachelor of Science, Equine Studies, Salem International University, West Virginia, and a Riding Masters Degree from Meredith Manor School of Horsemanship. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi honor society.
Diane won the North Carolina Horse of the Year Award for both second and third level dressage and she is a United States Dressage Federation bronze medalist. She also rides western and has shown both Quarter Horses and Paints.
Horses trained and ridden by Cathy Hanson have won championships at western pleasure, western riding, trail, western horsemanship, showmanship, hunter under saddle, hunt seat equitation, hunter hack and working hunters.
If you have a question about training or showing horses, don't hesitate to get Cathy's help.
Cathy started riding at age four, and at 17 went to England to study dressage and jumping. She tested before the British Horse Society and earned her B.H.S.A.I. certificate before returning home to open a training stable.
An active clinician, she was a member of the coaching team for the Youth World Cup. Her training and teaching techniques have been featured in many magazines. She is co-author of the book, Natural Western Riding. Dr. Jack Sales is pretty fast when it comes to answering health care questions. Maybe he's so fast because he was the veterinarian for no less than six All American Futurity winners--those are American Quarter Horses, the fastest horses in the world.
A Summa Cum Laude graduate of Texas A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Sales served a one-year equine surgery internship at Colorado State University large animal clinic. He was a partner in an equine practice which specialized in race horses at Sunland Park and Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico.
Dr. Sales is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Equine Sports Medicine, Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Zeta.
An adjunct faculty member of the Equine Sciences Department at Scottsdale Community College, Dr. Sales' main interests today center on research and education.
If you think your horse has "the sniffles," click on and ask Dr. Jack about your horse's health.
Now you've got a team of experts working for you and your horse.

Don Blazer
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