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        03-29-2009, 05:15 PM
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    Whatcha think?! "Are you getting the most out of your horse?"

    Okay so a few weeks back you guys gave me some awesome advice about my idea for Equi-Eval and since then I've worked a lot on the details. Here's what I have so far - mostly updated, but I need to add some more pics as well as take some good videos and what not. Since my knee is injured and I can't ride, then I'll probably work on that the next few weeks. I also added an intro page. Thoughts? Do you guys like it? :)

    http://www.equi-eval.com
    Are you getting the most out of your horse?

    I'm REALLY excited (and yes I know - not a substitute for vet, soundness, etc. and I tried to be REALLY clear on that in there b/c I completely understand the legal ramifications). I also got the sign off from my massage therapist, vets, and chiro! YAY!

    Would love to hear what you think!
         
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        03-29-2009, 07:29 PM
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    Yearling
    Ohh! I am excited, I might try this! My horse has had a saddle slipping problem, and I would love an extra pair of eyes on the issue. Very cool!
         
        03-29-2009, 07:52 PM
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    Foal
    That is a really great idea. I like your website too!
         
        03-29-2009, 08:22 PM
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    Thanks guys! And Mayfieldk - you're not too far from me that if you were interested (and multiple people in your area are interested) I'm putting together a clinic schedule as well along with the massage therapist I work with. I'd have to figure out prices but for 10 people, for a 2 hour clinic, the cost would be about $40/person and would go down by $5 if you got 15 or more people. The person booking the clinic would have their horse used in the evaluation and then after the clinic there would be 1/2 price equi-evals and massages :)

    I also want to reach out to 4hs and pony clubs because saddle fitting and proper bitting are two major items that are so often not covered in depth!

    Thanks for the feedback guys and keep it coming!
         
        03-30-2009, 03:29 AM
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    Yearling
    I have a close friend who has a 4H group and I'll definitely run it by her! Huh, I wonder if I could convince them to add your chiro to the list... lol!
         
        03-30-2009, 03:38 AM
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    Yearling
    Alright, e-mail has been sent. :) I'll let you know what comes back!
         
        04-03-2009, 04:57 PM
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    Wanted to reply with more info now that i've got all the details worked out - thanks and feel free to pass around!!

    Clinics with Equi-Eval.com & Healing Hands
    Includes a full equine evaluation from saddle fit to back palpation, movement, conformation assessment and more, along with a discussion on how massage can help you get the most out of your horse. Clinics run approximately 2h 30m and costs $40 per person (min 10 people). Group discounts available. Free Equi-Eval for person booking the clinic. Half price Equi-Evals and Massges all day for clinic attendees.
         

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