Equine Foundation Program

  1. Animals and Smoke

    Animals and Smoke
    Animals and Smoke Tips to help your four-legged friends stay healthy when exposed to smoke in the air It’s so easy to think that our animals are not affected by air quality because they don’t openly complain. But, just like us, their bodies work overtime to deal with smoke, whether it's from wildfires or cigarettes. Here are some tips for...
  2. Problem Hooves

    Problem Hooves by Judy Sinner, Gold Director, WA To get to the bottom of problem hooves, put on your Dick Tracy hat and find out everything you can about the horse’s total diet, including any mineralized block or salt licks, worming schedule, housing conditions, and shoeing. The bottom line is that a healthy horse has healthy hooves, so we need...
  3. A Dynamite Return to Competition

    A Dynamite Return to Competition
    This year, Jennifer is making a "Dynamite" return to competition Jennifer, a long-time Dynamite distributor, decided it was time to make a return to competition. She explains, "My family and I have ridden CGA (California Gymkhana Association) since we were all kids in the late 90's. We had a blast riding all the timed events such as barrel racing and...
  4. Dynamite Polo WIN!

    "We won our first trophy in the California desert! Dynamite Polo Horses! What fun times!"                                                                                 -- Virginia Jones, CA My Dynamite polo horses won our first trophy in the desert!   "I was playing polo in Indio, CA (at the Empire Polo Club) in one-goal tournaments. I keep the polo horses on their Dynamite Foundation Program so my trailer...
  5. "The Concepts of Free Choice Minerals" by Judy Sinner, Gold Director, WA

     What do these two questions have in common: “My horses used to eat a lot of the Free Choice 1:1, but now they don’t eat it at all. Did the product change? What is wrong?” AND “My horses never used to eat the Free Choices, now they have eaten a whole bucket in just a few weeks. What’s wrong?” The...
  6. Winter Horse Care Tips

    Colder weather can bring about shifts in energy and an increased need for nutritional balance. In a recent conference call, Gold Director, Judy Sinner, shared tips for making life easier for you and your horse during the cold winter months. Check out the highlights of the call below. Listen to the full conference call HERE Wintertime Horse Care Tips &...
  7. Our Strong Foundation

    Our Strong Foundation I had a friend ask me the other day what I do for a living. After giving her an abbreviated elevator speech, she asked with intrigue, "What should I feed my dog who is always itchy?" I instantly launched into my diatribe about how diet is the number one cause of inflammation and that she needs to...
  8. Equine Foundation Program

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fctU6n1T4P0   #video
  9. Kelly's Dynamite Story—Horse and Human Health

    Kelly's Dynamite Story—Horse and Human Health
    Kelly Patterson is a 3 star Parelli instructor and Dynamite distributor. She was kind enough to share with us her Dynamite story. We caught up with Kelly in Florida while she was working with Linda Parelli. Kelly's Story: While traveling, Kelly’s horse, Buckley, became very ill. He was so sick that he had started losing his hair. Kelly turned to...
  10. History of a Dynamite Champion

    History of a Dynamite Champion
    Blood lines, training, nutrition, a whole bunch of work and a pinch of luck. This is the recipe for a champion. At Dynamite, we believe that in order to bring out an animal's full potential you need to provide them with the best in nutrition. Without it, it is the equivalent to buying the most perfect race car and not...

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