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Winter Care 2023

Rob Roy Can Help Clean Up Around Your Place.

NOTTINGHAM, Pa--Winter is a good time to clean up around your place, and whatever you have to do, Rob Roy can help you out.

Rob RoyDid your fields get overgrown over the past summer?

Robert Rohrer of Rob Roy mows and clears brush so that your fields will be neat for the upcoming summer.

Rohrer also clears clogged waterways, which are a problem on many area farms.

Rob Roy also clears for terraces.

If you would like to add a pond to your farm, or if you have a pond that needs to be repaired, check out Rob Roy Farm, which is located in Nottingham, Pa.

Rob Roy excavates for riding rings, for building sites and for driveways.

Rohrer serves northern Cecil County, Chester County and southern Lancaster County.

If you have work that needs to be done on your farm, call Rohrer at 610-656-5871 or 610-656-5870.

No One Knows Footing Better Than Arena Works

No one knows footing better than those who use it every day!

Arena works 1The team at Arena Works, Inc. are horsemen with passion and commitment to the horse, who’ve developed the nation's leading blend of arena footing materials to enhance your ride while allowing more comfort to your horse.

It’s engineered to require little maintenance, enabling you to spend less time caring for the product and more time doing what you love to do most - ride!

We specialize in providing quality dressage and jumping surfaces for the Olympic disciplines that stand up to years of daily training demands.


Arena Works Gold Footing, Silver Footing, and Bronze Footing are available to meet a variety of budgets.

Arena Works Gold, our signature blend of footing, promotes maximum performance for horse and rider.

Arena works 2Carefully selected fibers, custom ground crumb rubber, and meticulously selected sand naturally bind together to produce a stable, long-lasting surface.

With its resiliency and shock absorbing qualities, it promotes confidence, supports soundness and builds better performance.

Combine our footing with Arena Work’s proprietary blend of dust control additive, Evermoist EQ, and you’ve got the winning combination of a dust free footing that requires minimal dragging.

Arena Works 3Our products have been formulated, designed, and tested by horsemen with real expertise.

We know materials, understand how they work together, and can help you select the best product for your needs.

Contact us today to enhance your arena! With facilities on the east coast and in the northwest, we’re available to you!

Call Dan @ 717-629-0576, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit our website at www.ArenaWorksInc.com

Equine Exchange offers the latest in tack and equestrian apparel

POTTSTOWN, Pa.--Equine Exchange is a small business deeply rooted in the local community that has been open at its current location since 2008.

Equine Ex1"EE" is owned and managed by Michelle Thomas; who in her spare time is the VP of French Creek Equestrian Association, which focuses on education for horsemanship/riding, shows and dressage.

"We're loaded with lots of WINTER stock for horse and rider now (many brands of gloves, boots, coats, etc) - be sure to stop by so we can help you and your horse stay warm on chilly days. "

“EE” is one of a few tack stores that offers not only the latest in tack and equestrian apparel trends but also consignment items.

From clothes, tack, toys and books, anything horse (and dog!) related is available.

Keep an eye out for clearance items new and used as well to find even better deals in store!

Sign up in store to the VIP program to gain access to exclusive VIP benefits; such as coupons and sales.

Equine Ex 2If a new item isn’t in stock we can put in a special order for our customers to any of the brands we carry in store or on our website to make sure you get what you need.

Aside from new and consignment items “EE” also offers outside services to the Equestrian community in Montgomery county through our store .

We do horse blanket wash and repair, leather repairs, as well as clipper repairs and blade sharpening.

Equine ex 3Not only that, but we sell McCauley’s brand horse feed as well as some forage replacement products.

The Equine Exchange Tack Shop is located at 1251 Ridge Road, Pottstown, Pa.

For more information,  call 610-469-0111 or go to www.equineexchange.com.

Keeping horses warm with Hay Pillow

Forage (hay or pasture) provides large amounts of insoluble fiber which is primarily digested in the hindgut (where bacterial fermentation produces internal body heat).

Hay PillHigh fiber feeds produce long lasting internal body heat to maintain core body temperature.

The hindgut is your horse’s furnace!

Keeping it stoked with fuel (forage) helps to keep them warm internally.

Gastric ulcers should be a concern whenever forage is restricted for periods of time.

The stress associated with lack of forage, the discomfort of gastric acid build up in the stomach and being cold promotes ulcers and a less than optimum immune system.

By respecting and providing a natural environment, free choice forage (whether slow fed or not) in multiple locations, a warm winter hair coat, concentrated source of calories if needed, appropriate protection from the elements and freedom of movement - you can help your herd cope best with colder temperatures.

Visit our blog: Enhancing Equine Health (https://www.thehaypillow.com/blog) to learn more.

Avoid Heartbreak. Get Equine Colic Relief

“It’s colic.”

Colic 1The words no horse owner ever wants to hear their vet say.

Colic is the number one killer of horses – a painful emergency that can result in major vet bills, surgery…or worse.

Horses become more susceptible to colic in winter, as they tend to drink less when the weather and their water is colder.

A compounding factor is limited turnout due to foul weather, which affects gut motility and increases the risk of colic.

Equine Colic Relief is the number ONE product that stops a bout of colic in progress.

It’s easy to keep on hand—just in case—as it has a shelf life of 14 years.

Equine Colic Relief restores motility to the intestines and restores gut sounds within 10 to 45 minutes.Colic 3

It can dissolve impactions, rehydrate the intestines, rebalance electrolytes, and restore the whole GI tract to a normal state.

Temperature does not affect the efficacy of the product, so have it with you when you are traveling, showing, eventing, trail riding, whatever you do with your horse.

It’s easy to administer as horses like the taste of Equine Colic Relief.

It’s safe for all ages and all size of horses, mules, donkeys or any animal of the equine family.

Having a bottle or two on hand when the weather makes it difficult for the vet to get to you quickly is very worthwhile, saving you possibly long waiting times or trying to haul your horse in bad weather.

Find Equine Colic Relief at your local tack shop or order online at equinecolicreliefusa.com or by phone at 888-675-5866.

The Horse of Delaware Valley

Editor: Sara Cavanagh
editor@thehorseofdelawarevalley.com
610-793-1964

Advertising Director: Ginny Jenkins
advertising@thehorseofdelawarevalley.com
610-873-4042

Marketing Manager: Debbie Morrison
debbiehdv1@gmail.com
610-368-1677

Media Manager/Creative Coordinator: Heather Mullen
heather.bradway75@gmail.com

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