At the Ranch: September 2019

Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway.
— John Wayne

Attention BMREC Boarders and Customers


Vaccination Clinic

RSVP with our office and mark your calendars for our vaccination clinic!

  • Physical exams,

  • Farm calls,

  • Flu/rhino vaccinations,

  • Rabies vaccinations,

  • Deworming,

  • Coggins,

  • Parasite egg counts, and

  • Other services offered.

When: Thursday, September 19th at 12pm.


Summer Hours Change

Our summer hours will be ending this month.

On September 20th, BMREC will return to our regular hours: 8 am - 8pm.

Our summer hours are extended from 8am-9pm on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Take advantage of the extra daylight and open hours while you still have the chance!


Quarterly Boarder's Meeting

We will hold our next boarder's meeting and potluck on October 22nd at 6:30 pm in the loft space above the BMREC office.

Bring yourself, something yummy, and any questions and concerns you may have.

We hope to see you then!


Keep an Eye Out for Our Annual Canned Food Drive

Stating in October, you will be able to drop off canned goods in the BRMEC office, which we will donate to the Castle Rock Task Force in November and December.

The drive will end in the middle of December.

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Horse Spotlight: Lucky

Lucky, a.k.a. Luckerton, is a 9-year-old Thoroughbred horse who will do anything for food. ANYTHING. Especially when it comes to his favorite treat, carrots.

He has a giant personality to match his enormous heart. His owner Pilar describes him as "the biggest sweetheart - so loving, gentle, and if he were a dog, he would likely be a golden retriever."

Pilar has owned Lucky since 2016. Before that, he "was part of the Retired Racehorse Project in Kentucky and competed in all three things (dressage, cross-country and show jumping)." Pilar told us "he excelled [in the program] and had his start in his new life off the track and into my arms!"

Bob Pemberton