Goals, announcement, new employees, and more, in this edition of the BMREC Newsletter. Happy Fourth of July to Everyone!Read More
Baby it’s Cold Outside
We recommend that you keep your horse’s hooves clipped. Well clipped hooves are less likely to chip in the cold. They hold less snow and will provide a bit more grip on the slippery ground.
Horses are much better adapted to the cold weather than we are. But the cold weather requires extra time for a horse to cool down and dry out before turning out after a ride or blanketing.
If your horse wears a blanket during winter weather make sure it fits well. This will prevent rubbing and chaffing. Remove the blanket to check for skin irritation and regular grooming will keep your horse more comfortable during months when a blanket is in use.
If you would like your horse blanketed during the colder months and are unable to do so yourself we are happy to help out. If you don’t already have one and are interested in adding this service to your boarding contract please contact the office @ (720) 639-9043Read More
We’ve probably all made New Year’s Resolutions before, but to be honest, it’s been pretty hard for some of us to keep them. At least, some of us on the BMREC Newsletter team anyway. Can you relate to this?Read More
We're thankful for you! What are you thankful for?
Come in and tell us on our Tree of Gratitude!Read More
Hate being tricked? Don’t worry, it’s nothing but treats this month at BMREC.Read More
Summer's end take some pep from your step?
The fun has only just begun at BMREC. Spend September cantering with us.Read More
in this month’s newsletter, we talk about the most important decision you can make in your horse's life: where they will live. When deciding where to board, there are many critical things to consider.
At BMREC, your horse has access to the best nutrition and preventative care in Colorado. Your horse will also live close enough to see whenever you wish. And, their home here is private and secure so you can enjoy those special, private, one-on-one moments with them.