Angelea traveled to Equine Affaire to help celebrate and share fond memories of Absorbine products
HorseGirlTV® is honored to be a part of the amazing team at W.F. Young, Inc working with Absorbine closely these last several years. Angelea has used Absorbine since she was 10 years old so its a perfect fit for our host to plug in with a company she admires. This year marks its 120th year and W. F. Young, Inc. continues to be a family owned, American company with a passion for providing high-quality over-the-counter medications as well as a full portfolio of horse and pet care products. That passion drives them to develop further advances in the way products are formulated and delivered – while always maintaining the highest levels of integrity. This is all part of fulfilling W. F. Young’s mission of helping improve the lives of people and the animals they love and everyone. They celebrated this 120th anniversary at the recent Equine Affaire in Springfield, Mass and our team went up to talk with folks about their fondest memories using Absorbine products.
We captured some super footage at the event with a variety of stories, made some new friends, and have heaps of laugh-out-loud funny bloopers throughout the day with a big thanks to the hilarities of Friesian Fan Joe. We’ll launch a blooper reel shortly for you to relive some of the goofier moments with us!
Special thanks to CT Horse Cremation’s Debbie and Dominik for coming on the show and sharing their fly whoas and the UltraShield EX solution for both horses and dogs. They have a very unique company and if you’d like to find out more about horse cremation and options you can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have time check out the work of one Dana Boyd-Miller, professional body clipper and body clip artist! There’s a super article on Dana with America’s Horse Daily and you can check it out at http://americashorsedaily.com/clipping-for-beginners/. Thanks Dana! Love the Showsheen tip!
It was an honor for Angelea to get a moment with this year’s reigning Miss Rodeo America, Mackenzie Carr from Oregon. Mackenzie offered an oh too cute story of her experience riding in a parade and the interesting wave she offered her fans. You can read more about Mackenzie at http://missrodeoamerica.com/MissRodeoAmerica/meetMRA/reigningMRA.html.
Julie with The Muck Life was a natural in front of the camera and passed along the fly challenges in beautiful South Carolina. Thanks to Julie and we wish her the best with her super, cute range. Check out their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/TheMuckLife.