YOUR RE­TIRE­MENT BEN­E­FIT

Horse & Rider - - Saddle Strong -

You your prop­erty. choice, care Roseanna might in­volved. re­tired con­sider While be mount McMil­lan, con­sid­er­ing that’s the on amount a your who vi­able keep­ing own de- of veloped late your 1980s, older White horse notes Rock into that Manor the en­trust­ing care in the of knowl­edge­able pro­fes­sion­als al­lows and com­mit­ted you more flex­i­bil­ity. “When a horse comes to me, his care and well-be­ing are para­mount,” McMil­lan says. “Hav­ing a re­tired horse at home ties you down. If you want to go away for a week, you have to make ar­range­ments for some­one to stay on your place and pro­vide the level of care your horse needs and ex­pects. I don’t think hav­ing a horse-sit­ter check on your horse twice a day is suf­fi­cient, es­pe­cially an older horse.”

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