Mi Mar Mobile Tack Shop, LLC

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05/20/2021

Sometimes a world loves a dog, and sometimes that dog and his people need us!

Many of you know Zeus and his best pal, Brad, from Mi Mar Mobile Tack Shop, LLC. Zeus is having a rough week, and we all know we’d do anything for our beloved pets to feel better.

If you feel so inclined to chip in towards Zeus’ care, Brad has started a Venmo account. The Venmo is @Brad-Stakelin.

Lots of love and furry thoughts to Brad and Zeus!

Aunt Mildred's birthday bash.
04/05/2021

Aunt Mildred's birthday bash.

04/05/2021

I still have a couple of tabs out. Could everyone that had a tab with Mi Mar Mobile Tack.
Please check your email for invoice.

03/21/2021
03/11/2021

Post Entries are Welcome!
Join us in Tunica!

Photos from Karabs - Kentucky Arabian Riders and Breeder's Society's post
05/12/2020

Photos from Karabs - Kentucky Arabian Riders and Breeder's Society's post

04/27/2020

Get Ready! ⁠if you’re a Region 14 member and would like to be highlighted, please contact us here.
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On May 1st, The Arabian Horse Association is launching a Virtual Meet An Arabian Horse Month! ⁠
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What does Virtual Meet An Arabian Horse Month entail?⁠

This month is an opportunity for YOU introduce people to the world of Arabian Horses. Each week during the month of May we will provide a different theme to follow. ⁠
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Take this opportunity to share the versatility of the Arabian Horse through posting videos and photos of your farm, a lesson, or even something as simple as grooming! ⁠
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Tag @arabianhorseassoc in all of your posts for a chance to be featured on AHA social media. ⁠
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Click on the link below to access the AHA Marketing Toolkit for tips and tricks to make your Meet an Arabian Horse Month great!⁠

https://www.arabianhorses.org/additional/involved/toolkit/

03/31/2020
03/23/2020

Mi Mar Mobile Tack Shop is offering farm delivery. Grooming Products, Everything for the Horse and Rider. 10% off any in-stock items. Mildred will be hosting Live Flash Sale tomorrow at 2:00 p.m.

03/16/2020

Mi Mar Mobile Tack Shop is scheduled to attend the All Arabian Show in Tunica, Mississippi. After much discussion and in the best interest of my immediate family. We will not be attending the show.
Sorry for any inconvenience.

Photos from Wind Blu Farm's post
03/15/2020

Photos from Wind Blu Farm's post

World Equestrian Center To Suspend Competition at Ohio Facility - World Equestrian Center
03/13/2020
World Equestrian Center To Suspend Competition at Ohio Facility - World Equestrian Center

World Equestrian Center To Suspend Competition at Ohio Facility - World Equestrian Center

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has created an unprecedented global situation that is rapidly evolving with an unknown outcome. Our first priority is the health and safety of our exhibitors, staff and officials. After careful consideration, World Equestrian Center manag...

03/02/2020

Talk to us today about our sale horses! Looking for the perfect show partner? A breeding stallion to add to your program? Or a horse to just enjoy at your farm? We have quite a few sale horses! Mostly friesian, friesian crosses, and a couple outside horses we are marketing! We don’t have what you’re looking for? No problem! We can find it, we have been helping facilitate quite a few sales, and finding people their perfect partner! Call Maddie at 9376204639 or PM us on our page!

Pictured here is partbred stallion CY’s Legend Maker owned by Feathered Pearls LLC and trained by Snyder Performance Horses.

Timeline Photos
02/22/2020

Timeline Photos

The legendary A.P. Indy has passed away at the age of 31.

Photos from Franklin County Sheriff’s Office KY's post
01/24/2020

Photos from Franklin County Sheriff’s Office KY's post

10 Ways You Can Help a Shrinking Horse Industry
01/19/2020
10 Ways You Can Help a Shrinking Horse Industry

10 Ways You Can Help a Shrinking Horse Industry

I am on a number of horse focused Facebook groups and the majority of my friend circle is made up of horse owning and horse-riding people. A topic of discussion that frequently comes up is th…

01/18/2020

Bradie went suddenly blind last night at 10pm. Here's his story. Yesterday Bradie was having a perfectly happy farm dog day helping his people deworm his horse friends. Bradie was enjoying a few little snacks, some horse food and chowed down some horse manure... his favourite delicacy! Last night he started to feel a little weird and then he thought it was awfully dark all of a sudden and he couldn't seem to find his way around - he even bumped into a wall and almost fell down the stairs. He was very alarmed and was relieved that his owners brought him to the veterinary clinic this morning because he definitely needed a checkup he figured. On his exam Dr. Allen said there was absolutely nothing else going on with him except his pupils were very dilated and nonresponsive to light, and of course he couldn't see a darn thing. Turns out he had Ivermectin Toxicity from eating horse p**p or possibly getting some of the dewormer from one of th horses that eats Ivermectin cubes for deworming - most dogs have severe neurologic signs, including coma but Bradie only had the eye issues it looked like thank goodness. Collies and herding breeds are well known to have MultiDrug Resistance1 gene mutations (MDR1) which make them highly sensitive to a number of pharmaceuticals, including the avermectins. The good news, is Bradie should fully recover his sight if our diagnosis is correct. A reminder to all our herding dog owners that these dogs are about 200 times more sensitive to ivermectin (and some other drugs) and even eating manure from horses or cattle that have been dewormed with ivermectin can cause toxicity. Most dogs are much sicker than Bradie and end up in a coma which can take days/weeks to recover from. We can test dogs for the MDR1 gene which is important to do as these dogs have issues with multiple drugs, not just ivermectin. Washington State University has a wonderful website on MDR1 Mutations https://vcpl.vetmed.wsu.edu/ outlining affected breeds, drugs that cause toxicity, and breeding recommendations. All herding dog breeding stock should be tested prior to breeding. The test is a simple cheek swab. We will keep you all posted on Bradie but we expect a full recovery and Bradie wanted to put out a reminder to all his herding dog friends so nobody else goes through this scary ordeal of losing their vision or something worse.

01/03/2020

It has been brought to our attention that a group of Arabian horses in Kentucky is in need of our help.The situation requires immediate attention and placement of a very large number horses who are in the beginning stages of crisis. Fortunately, at this time the horses are in good health, fair to good condition.

Rest Assured is a program spearheaded by Region 14 member, Ellie Troutman. She has accepted current responsibility for these horses and their care. Ellie is an advocate for the welfare of horses in the state of Kentucky and has worked multiple cases involving starvation and neglect.

🌟How can you help?🌟

👉🏻1. Be willing to adopt or purchase, at a sensible price, one of these horses. There are zero kid broke or trail horses in this group, as a matter of fact none are broke to ride, but with that being said many of these horses are top quality with the potential of becoming a star in your barn. Ellie will be sharing more information on her page, as well as photos, as time allows. Registration papers will be provided. Contact Ellie, but only for info on the horses - gossip is not welcomed and will be eliminated.

👉🏻2. You can make a contribution to the effort. Donations may be made directly to Region 14 if you prefer, and we will allocate those funds directly and only to the needs of these horses. These funds are for feed, hay, buckets, veterinary care and similar type of immediate necessity.

You may also send funds directly to:
💌Windy Meadows
1309 Bluegrass Parkway Lagrange KY 40031

💰PayPal: [email protected].

This requires efforts from our industry as a whole. Not just Kentucky, and not just Region 14. The best part is that everyone has the horse’s best interest at heart and are willing to do the right thing before an uncomfortable situation turned into a tragedy. This requires compassion, mercy, and understanding. Together we will get through this. We ask that you help us continue that mission.

01/03/2020

It has been brought to our attention that a group of Arabian horses in Kentucky is in need of our help.The situation requires immediate attention and placement of a very large number horses who are in the beginning stages of crisis. Fortunately, at this time the horses are in good health, fair to good condition.

Rest Assured is a program spearheaded by Region 14 member, Ellie Troutman. She has accepted current responsibility for these horses and their care. Ellie is an advocate for the welfare of horses in the state of Kentucky and has worked multiple cases involving starvation and neglect.

🌟How can you help?🌟

👉🏻1. Be willing to adopt or purchase, at a sensible price, one of these horses. There are zero kid broke or trail horses in this group, as a matter of fact none are broke to ride, but with that being said many of these horses are top quality with the potential of becoming a star in your barn. Ellie will be sharing more information on her page, as well as photos, as time allows. Registration papers will be provided. Contact Ellie, but only for info on the horses - gossip is not welcomed and will be eliminated.

👉🏻2. You can make a contribution to the effort. Donations may be made directly to Region 14 if you prefer, and we will allocate those funds directly and only to the needs of these horses. These funds are for feed, hay, buckets, veterinary care and similar type of immediate necessity.

You may also send funds directly to:
💌Windy Meadows
1309 Bluegrass Parkway Lagrange KY 40031

💰PayPal: [email protected].

This requires efforts from our industry as a whole. Not just Kentucky, and not just Region 14. The best part is that everyone has the horse’s best interest at heart and are willing to do the right thing before an uncomfortable situation turned into a tragedy. This requires compassion, mercy, and understanding. Together we will get through this. We ask that you help us continue that mission.

12/22/2019

🚨🚨UPDATE: 🚨🚨Dixie was just found & my husband has her. I can’t say just how grateful we are to every single person that has given us tips along her journey. We are just so happy and overjoyed! THANK YOU!! MERRY CHRISTMAS 🎄

Our girl has been missing over a week. This photo was taken this morning at Waffle House in Sellersburg. We live in Dupont so I’m not sure how’s she’s traveled that far, but it’s her! We keep driving down to find her once she’s sighted, but so far no luck. Her name is Dixie. Please let us know if you see her. You can send me a message through Facebook. If I don’t respond please send friend request. I can’t see all the comments since it has been shared so many times. Thank you.

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P.O. Box 761
Paris, KY
40362

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+18592218443

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