Behind the Scenes at Rolex Kentucky 2013

Earlier this year we interviewed professional eventing groom Cat Hill. Cat just returned from Rolex Kentucky 2013, where she was the groom on the Daniel Clasing Eventing team. Check out her Rolex recap and show photos below! From Cat: I am just sitting down after a whirlwind week at the Rolex Kentucky 4-star Event. I… Read More

Team Member And Equine Competitor Deborah

W. F. Young, Inc. is active in the horse world, from those of us in the office to those out in the field calling on tack shops.  Deborah is one of our sales representatives (in the field) and loves Paints. Here are some pictures of her and her family, including her horses. Thanks for being… Read More

Dispatch from a “Wild” Weekend at WEG

Heather Bean, Absorbine Marketing Manager writes: I had a once in a lifetime experience this past weekend when I flew down to Lexington, KY to attend the World Equestrian Games. I spent a good amount of time in the Bit of Britain tent ( meeting loyal Absorbine customers from around the world.  I can’t tell… Read More

WEG Week Two

Jaime and Jason McKinley at WEG- Jaime McKinley Thursday was a beautiful day to enjoy being part of the horse world in Lexington.  After watching Chester Weber tie for the lead in the driving competition, we decided to head back to the Alltech Experience pavilion to enjoy some refreshments. To my surprise, I recognized one… Read More

WEG Week One

Molly O’Brien, our current Absorbine staffer on deck at WEG writes: Yesterday, I had tickets to the second half of the team Grand Prix dressage finals.  I got to see a number of absolutely wonderful horses and riders, including Edward Gal and Moorlands Totilas (Netherlands), Laura Bechtolsheimer and Mistral Hojris (Great Britain), and Steffen Peters and Ravel… Read More

WEG Opening Ceremony

Hey all! If you are reading this post, you are most likely a horse person*. And you most likely have been bombarded with information about the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games happening in Lexington, KY as I type. I know I was! One thing that struck me was how little non-horse people* knew about it.… Read More