Five C Farms

Five C Farms - Premiere Equestrian Center

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Five C Farms is a first-class equestrian facility serving the greater Seattle area. Come learn more about us and see why discriminating customers choose to board and train with us.

Our Facilities
Five C Farms is a premier equestrian facility, which offers amenities to cater to the horse and rider. Take a virtual tour and learn why you should choose Five C Farms. This section outlines board information.

Training Programs
Professional trainers are on staff to provide programs customized for you and your horse. We offer programs in dressage and hunter/jumper disciplines. For more information check out our Training page.

Horse Shows
See the expanded schedule of horse shows and events that we’ll be attending and review the fees involved.

Horses for Sale or Lease
If you’re looking for a new horse, see what is currently available including kids horses, made show horses and young prospects. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Let our trainers find the perfect horse for you!

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Mike’s Western Suppliers

Mike’s Western 

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Mike has just about every type of tack you could possibly need or want from saddles and blankets to buckets and hoof picks. If he doesn’t have it in stock, you can bet he will order it for you. Mike has both new and used saddles and tack that appeals to anyone’s budget.

saddles

You will find Equine Accessories, Clothing, CollectiblesBlankets and Pads, Boots and Wraps, Breast Collars, Cinches, Crates and Tack, Headstalls, Myler Bits, and Saddles. You will find Custom Saddles, Barrel Saddles, English Saddles, Used Saddles and Antique Saddles.

Visits Mike’s Western Suppliers today!

Mike’s Western Suppliers & C L Western Apparel
22929 SE 436th Street
Enumclaw, WA 98022

360-825-3991

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Spinnaker Farm Equine Veterinary Clinic WA

Spinnaker Farm Equine Veterinary Clinic

Clinic in Washington - Spinnaker Equine Veterinary Clinic

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Born, raised, and educated in Portland, Oregon, Dr. Heather Wenzell developed a passion for the equine industry during her preteen years when she involved herself in three-day eventing and show-jumping. Her continued success at horse shows throughout North America ultimately led to her specializing in show-jumping and breeding Hanoverian sport horses.

Dr. Wenzell has ridden for a number of years as a Northwest A-Circuit Grand Prix rider, training under three-time Olympian Kevin Freeman, and later under Hap Hansen, a renowned US Grand Prix competitor. She continued to ride at this level while receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Portland. She currently trains and competes under the tutelage of Phillip Cillis of Westwood at Rancho Riding Club in San Diego, California.

In 1997, while continuing to compete throughout the Northwest and California, Dr. Wenzell began veterinary school at Oregon State University. Upon receiving a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine with a focus on equine medicine, surgery, and dentistry in 2001, she received state licensure in Arizona, California, Oregon, and Washington. Years of training and experience working as an associate equine practitioner for practices in both Arizona and California enabled her to move back home to the northwest in June of 2005. Soon after, she opened Spinnaker Farm Equine Veterinary Clinic while living in Lacey, Washington.

Spinnaker Farm Equine Veterinary Clinic is affiliated with the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and Dr. Wenzell maintains memberships in the USA Equestrian Federation, the Pacific Coast Horse Show Association (PCHA) and the American Hanoverian Society.

Horseman’s Directory

Horseman’s Directory has been a published print directory for over 35 years.

In 2014 we STOPPED THE PRINT.

We’ve gone fully online with our horse directory, and over the many years on our website we’ve had over 5 million visitors. We work very hard to keep it simple for you to find the horse business that you’re looking for. Whether it’s a Boarding Stable, Equestrian Center, Equestrian Properties, Tack, Feed, Saddles and so much more, like Horses. Click the link below to enter The Best Horse Directory Online in the USA and Canada.

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We offer very low yearly advertising rates for Horseman’s Directory Online. We can do this because there’s a lot of equine business to talk about in the United States and we want to give results of big bucks for low yearly priced sponsor rates.

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Five C Farms – Woodinville, WA

Five C Farms - Premiere Equestrian Center

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FIVE C FARMS Facilities
Five C Farms is a premier equestrian facility, which offers amenities to cater to the horse and rider. Take a virtual tour and learn why you should choose Five C Farms. This section outlines board information. We do currently have stalls available and have a special offer for new clients this fall. We are offering free unlimited use of our Thera Plate machine for the first three months board for new clients.

Training Programs
Professional trainers are on staff to provide programs customized for you and your horse. We offer programs in dressage and hunter/jumper disciplines. For more information check out our Training page.

Horse Shows
See the expanded schedule of horse shows and events that we’ll be attending and review the fees involved.

Horses for Sale or Lease
If you’re looking for a new horse, see what is currently available including kids horses, made show horses and young prospects. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Let our trainers find the perfect horse for you!

You can follow Five C Farms Social Avenues Here.

Five C Farms

15811 N.E. 175th Street
Woodinville, WA 98072

(425) 481-7866 -phone
(425) 481-0556 -fax

General Inquiries and Board Information:
info@fivecfarms.com

Keli Covin, Owner:
keli@fivecfarms.com

Overlake Farm Bellevue

Bellevue Overlake Farm

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Overlake Farm is the oldest horse farm in Bellevue, Overlake Farm provides exceptional horse-centered service at a reasonable price.  Overlake Farm was established nearly 70 years ago before there was a bridge across Lake Washington!  Located on Bridle Trails Equestrian Park in Bellevue, Washington, Overlake Farm has access to 480 acres of beautiful horse trails and riding arenas.  The farm is conveniently located minutes from Seattle, allowing you more time in the saddle.

Horse Boarding

Boarding at Overlake Farm Bellevue

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Offering Horse Boarding in the Pasture or Full-Service Stall. We want you to know your horse’s health is our primary concern.  Although we offer stalls, we also believe your horse should be outside all day, as nature intended. Horses are healthiest when they are allowed to move around, graze green grass, enjoy the sun on their backs, and socialize with other horses. If a horse is physically and emotionally happy, they are more responsive to you!

Summer Camp for Kids

Kid Summer Camp with HorsesLocated conveniently in Bellevue, Washington, Overlake Farm has been sharing its experience and love for horses, animals, and nature with people of all ages for over 70 years.  This year we are pleased to offer summer Horse and Farm Camps for children aged 5-11.  Our camps are focused on an introductory experience for young children who have little or no riding experience.  In addition to horse related activities, each camper will participate in outdoor exploration and farm life.

Visit Overlake Farm Website

Spring Horse Checklist

Source: Horse Channel by Anna O’Brien, DVMImage result for horses in the spring

“With summer just around the corner, you and your horse are probably gearing up for a busy season. Here’s a list of some important health care reminders you should tackle before summer gets into full swing.

    1. Spring vaccines. These are the most essential spring items for many horse owners. But do you know what vaccines your horse needs? The American Association of Equine Practitioners has a complete list of core vaccines every adult horse in the US should receive on a yearly basis. These include rabies, EEE/WEE, West Nile Virus, and tetanus. If you plan to travel with your horse to shows or trail rides or other events where he might have contact with other horses, your horse should also receive “risk-based” vaccines for common contagious diseases such as equine herpes virus and influenza (often a combo vaccine called rhino/flu) and strangles. Other vaccines such as Potomac Horse Fever and botulism are geographically dependent but are still annual necessities if your horse resides in an endemic area.

Read the rest of the list about Coggins, Physical Exams, Hoof Care, Dental Care, Pasture Management, and Barn Management at Horse Channel.

More about “Anna O’Brien, DVM. Anna is a large animal veterinarian in Maryland and a frequent contributor to Horse Illustrated magazine and HorseChannel.com. Follow her on Twitter.

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What is a Horse?

What is a Horse?

I think each person has their own special relationship with their horse or horses. I was hanging out on the interwebs looking for a complicated article to draw from for an amazing content filled blog. I ran across Wikipedia Horse and thought it was an interesting read, as so much online usually catches my eye … if the word horse is involved.

“Horse breeds are loosely divided into three categories based on general temperament: spirited “hot bloods” with speed and endurance; “cold bloods”, such as draft horses and some ponies, suitable for slow, heavy work; and “warmbloods“, developed from crosses between hot bloods and cold bloods, often focusing on creating breeds for specific riding purposes, particularly in Europe. There are more than 300 breeds of horse in the world today, developed for many different uses.” READ MOREhorses running