Links and Resources

Links recommended by the medical experts at Evergreen Equine Veterinary Practice:


Equine.com: Horse classifieds on the internet. Buy, Sell and Trade Horses, Stallions, Trailers and More.

Flying Changes: A monthly magazine dedicated to dressage, eventing, combined driving, and hunter/jumper enthusiasts – with a focus on the Pacific Northwest.

Horsebytes: A blog for Seattle-area horse lovers, from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Northwest Horse Forum: A message board for horse aficionados, from the Seattle Times.

Northwest Horse Source: Horse news from Idaho, Washington, northern California and Oregon.

Northwest Rider: Magazine serving Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Northern California.

TheHorse.com: The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care and TheHorse.com are part of Blood-Horse Publications, which offers a vast selection of equine publications, products, and services.

Eagle Mountain Ranch: From regionals to the trail, this versatile training program covers all aspects of horse riding. If you are riding for the excitement and competition of the show ring or the relaxation and pleasure of trail riding, Eagle Mountain can create a training and lesson plan for you. Currently showing in the Arabian Horse Circuit. They train all breeds.

Lake Washington Saddle Club: The Lake Washington Saddle Club is an equestrian club based at Bridle Trails State Park in Bellevue, WA. The LWSC is committed to preserving, improving, and maintaining Bridle Trails State Park.

Lisa Freimark Performance Training: Lisa has been working with horses and riders for over 15 years. Specializing in youth and amateur riders, Lisa individualizes her program to help you achieve your goals.

Polestar Farm: Polestar Farm is a combined training facility operated by International Event rider Meika Decher and her husband, Mark Salser. The emphasis is to produce competitive, happy horses and riders.

USDF Region 6: Pacific Northwest horse information and events.

Rhodes River Ranch: Dedicated to breeding, raising and training future world champion performance horses and providing you with top quality services.

Callahan Show Horses: Trainer Denise Callahan has been professionally training for the last 15 years. She specializes in starting young horses, getting problem horses over their issues and Pleasure Show Horses. She teaches Western Pleasure, Horsemanship, Showmanship, Hunter Under Saddle, and Equitation.

Bedlam Farms: Bedlam Farm is a small facility that welcomes all breeds and disciplines. Their passions are elderly and special needs horses, and they devote much of their time and resources to quality of life issues.

RockMeadow Equestrian Center: RockMeadow is a full care, premium Hunter and Jumper boarding, training and riding lesson facility. They offer horse shows for boarding customers, lesson students and the local horse community, as well as educational horse care, riding clinics and children’s summer horse day camps.

Sylvan Farm/ North Star Farm: Sylvan Farm is a well-established sport horse breeding farm located near Seattle. Their horses can spend the entire year outdoors in fields with large loafing sheds.

Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital: Large animal emergency care. Veterinarians are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to respond to your emergency needs.

Northwest Equine Performance/Equine Performance Institute: A veterinary practice focused exclusively on lameness and performance horse issues. Atypical sport horse problems are also addressed; this includes stomach ulcers, saddle fit, foot problems and neurological issues.

Washington State University Veterinary School: Information for animal owners and caretakers.

Oregon State Veterinary School: The College of Veterinary Medicine at OSU trains practice-ready veterinarians, providing state-of-the-art diagnostic and clinical services, and supporting the continuing education of veterinary practitioners. Biomedical research conducted at the college increasingly expands the scope of veterinary medicine to address both animal health issues and the relevance of animal diseases to public health.