It's Back To School Already? What Happened To Summer?!

Getting ready for school in this issue:

That's right! The kids will be back in school before you know it. We hope you had a safe, happy, and fly free summer!

5 Back to Schooling Trainer Tips

Feature5 Back to Schooling Trainer Tips OR How I Discovered The Importance of Note-taking with Training. In thinking about my Back to School theme with this month’s eNews editorial, my mind began to drift on schooling and training in general. I began thinking about note-taking and comparing my extensive dressage lessons to the, very new to me, surfing lessons and how I could apply my experience as a well-studied equestrian to develop my surfing skills. Continue reading →

On The Path To Prep For Winter

Path to WinterYes, I know it’s only August but the kids are going back to school and before you know it fall is going to be here and then Winter will set in. It’s best to be prepared when it comes to all things horsey! After you drop the kids at school and have a little spare time on your hands... bring out your winter layers, check the fluids in your car and prep your equestrian life for winter!..
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Quick Tip - Troubles With Your Fly Control Still?
email us or give us a call at 800-737-2753 because often there’s outside factors involved that could be affecting your fly control program. We have pretty long hours through the summer... Now until August 27th we are open 5am to 7pm Monday thru Friday and 8am to 4pm Saturday, Pacific Time. Starting August 29th, we are open 8am to 4pm Monday thru Friday only, Pacific Time. If you notice your fly control is not working perfectly then please contact us so
we can help you fix it

- Happy Spalding Labs Team -

Olympic ringsThe Road To The Olympicsolympic rings

RioWe all start off life with a dream. For equestrians, it's being on the middle podium with a gold medal around your neck. You've scored a record-breaking percentage on your musical freestyle. You're the best of the best. The champion. Ranked number one. But for most equestrians that's all it ever is, a dream. While you can’t plug it into the GPS to get there, here’s 3 generalizations that apply to most who have attained this dream... Continue Reading →

Schmidt's A+ Little Britches Rodeo Sweep

SchmidtIf the Little Britches Rodeo was summer school, Jackson Schmidt would receive an A+!.. At nine years old, Jackson Schmidt became the All Around World Finals Champion for his division at this year’s National Little Britches Rodeo. This week-long competition took place in Guthrie, Oklahoma from July 4-10. Among 150 competitors for the all-around title, Schmidt began the competition in 26th place. Continue Reading →