The word is out! If you haven’t noticed yet, we have been bringing Mary’s straight to the horse shows at the Del Mar Horse Park. Although our store is a short walk from the Horse Park, now you can grab just the necessities if you find out something was left at the barn (YIKES!) or to get a nice gift for the little ones who won their first blue ribbon.
To every show, we usually bring a few of our favorite show staples: cool shirts, sun hats, helmet visors, saddle pads, horse cookies, doggy poop bags (it happens!), and several samples of our show apparel and tack, along with show essentials (spurs, gloves, hairnets, earplugs, etc.) and new products.
We also try to tag a vendor along with us, so any questions regarding certain products can be answered straight from the source. Even if you don’t need something, our
Ralphie loves hanging out and cooling off at the Mary’s booth!
tent provides a nice place to get out the sun and chat with some friends before your next class.
Stop by, even its it’s just to say hi!
Mary’s will be hosting a FREE Horse Health Seminar on Wednesday, July 23rd from 4pm to 6pm.
For today’s sport horse, health is one of the most important factors when he is expected to perform at his prime. As a top athlete, it is up to his caretakers to provide him with the attention to detail and knowledge that will prevent and recognize any injuries or illness the horse may (or probably will) encounter.
We welcome three highly trained guest speakers that will discuss and share their experience and training with us. Dr. Philippe Benoit, former French Olympic Team Vet and one of the top international horse show veterinarians in the world, will be approaching the topic of solving sore back issues in sport horses.
Dr. Mark Silverman, of Sporthorse Veterinary Services, is a 3 day Team Vet Consultant and will be discussing Laser Therapy in equine practice. Laser therapy is a scientifically proven procedure and provides pain relief, a reduction in inflammation and accelerated healing.
Dr. Richard Markell is an FEI International Veterinarian since 1990 and consultant to members of the American, Canadian, Argentine, Japanese, French and Mexican Olympic Teams as a private treating veterinarian. With many years of experience treating horses at international shows, he will be sharing his new thinking for old problems and how sports medicine has changed.
This is a free seminar you don’t want to miss, whether you have just started riding or have trained top of line sport horses for years. We encourage all ages to attend. Please do RSVP to reserve your spot! 858-755-2015.