Back Home – Para Reining Champion Heather Smith

Heather Back Home Catching Up with World Para Reining Champion Heather Smith Following Her Return from the Netherlands After her great success during the team competition at the World Para Reining International Para Reining Championship in Ermelo, Netherlands, Heather and horse “Fifty” went on to bring home fourth place (after losing a tie breaker for… Read More

Update: Para Reining Champion Heather Smith

Here is a followup to our first Absorbine Spotlight about Absorbine Ambassador and Para Reining Champion, Heather Smith with results from the team competition! Heather arrived in Netherlands on Sunday and since then she has been busy preparing for the competition, as well as exploring Europe for the first time!  Heather had originally been paired with… Read More

Absorbine® Spotlight – Whispery Pines Percherons

Absorbine® is excited to announce our new product ambassadors, Whispery Pines Percherons!  Whispery Pines Percherons, based in Kingsville, OH is run by husband and wife team Sam and Kellie Rettinger.  Both Kellie and Sam have a deep love of horses that was cultivated at a very early age.  Now the pair, along with their nine… Read More

Para Reining Gold Medalist Heather Smith

Introducing World Para Reining International Champion Heather Smith! (pictured at right, with the rest of the 2016 World Para Reining Gold Medal Team) The motto of World Para Reining is “changed by chance, champions by choice.”  No one embodies this more than Heather Smith, USA Para Reiner and Absorbine® Ambassador.  A Springfield, MA local –… Read More

Absorbine Volunteer Days – CNEER

  Betty: I selected Central New England Equine Rescue, Inc. (CNEER) as my rescue of choice. I already had a rapport with Mary Stone, one of the volunteers who spends time there, and was excited to get involved myself.  She introduced me to Vicky Berry, the organization’s owner and manager. Together, we planned a day… Read More

Absorbine Volunteer Days – Forest Park Zoo

Honoring the values of our founders, Mary Ida and Wilbur Young, and continuing the Absorbine® legacy of compassion for horses and animals, in 2017 we’re sending all employees out to volunteer at an animal welfare charity of their choice. It wasn’t very hard to pitch this initiative – “You say we have to take a day off to go… Read More

Absorbine Volunteer Days – Perth Amboy Animal Shelter

To help honor the values of our founders Mary Ida and Wilbur Young, and to continue the Absorbine® legacy of compassion for horses and animals, in 2017 we’re sending all employees out to volunteer at an animal welfare charity of their choice. It wasn’t so hard to pitch this initiative – “You say we have to take a… Read More

Absorbine Volunteer Days – Blue Star Equiculture

To help honor the values of our founders Mary Ida and Wilbur Young, and to continue the Absorbine® legacy of compassion for horses and animals, in 2017 we’re sending all employees out to volunteer at an animal welfare charity of their choice. It wasn’t so hard to pitch this initiative – “You say we have to take a… Read More

A Bute-Less® Success Story From A Therapeutic Riding Program

Here at Absorbine®, we strive to only offer products that we know will help horse owners. We’d like to share a heart-warming testimonial for our comfort and conditioning supplement Bute-Less®, we couldn’t be more proud! This one was sent in by Megan Stapely, Equine Program Director at High Hurdles Therapeutic Riding. It sounds like Bute-Less® really helped… Read More

INDIAN RELAY: An Incredible Form of Horse Racing

We are proud and honored to have Janae Firehorse as Absorbine’s guest blogger this month! Strap in as Janae guides us through the sport of Indian Relay, how it works and the meaning it has for the Great Planes tribes. Enjoy! What is Indian Relay? It’s a Native American sport that has evolved from the buffalo hunting ways of the… Read More