Organize Your Life

Have you ever only had a few minutes of time to spare so you rush out to the barn hoping to jump on your horse and ride, only to not be able to find the things you need?  Let Classic Equine organize your life, your barn, and solve all of your storage needs. We at Classic Equine know how busy life can be and we would like to help simplify your life with some of our great organization products.

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The Groom Tote, which is crafted out of tough poly to insure durability, is a great tote to hold all of your brushes, bottles of spray-fly spray, coat conditioner, etc., while having several mesh pockets to hold your water bottle, phone, or other items you might need as you saddle.  This useful tote comes with a padded shoulder strap, making it super easy to grab as you load the trailer to head to an event or trail ride.

Whether your horse is stalled at an event or in your barn at home, the Fan Bag is one of the most useful organizational pieces in our line.  These stylish bags will hold a standard 20 X 20 box fan and are so easy to use.  The Fan Bag saves on storage in your trailer or barn verses traditional metal fan holders.  Not only is it a storage saver, it also is equip with nylon webbing for a long-lasting product.  The straps of the Fan Bag are adjustable so that you can adjust it for correct airflow to reach any horse in your herd.

Simplicity is the key when it comes to having all of the things you need in one place.  The Meds Bag is just that, it’s simple.  It is rigid enough to withstand the demands, horse people place on it, while having the features needed to keep your medicine safe and secure.  The bag is fully insulated while being equipped with elastic loops to hold your medicine bottles secure, preventing breakage.  Not only does this bag have all of the interior needs, it unfolds to hang on the fence so that all of your products are handy and at your fingertips.  You can also place ice packs in it to maintain a specific temperature.  There are zipper pockets that can hold syringes, needles, or any other of your needs for easy access.  This bag is a must-have for all equestrians whether you are on the road or at home.

No matter if you are riding, doing chores in the barn, or exercising the Phone Pack is the perfect addition to your storage needs.  It is the perfect place for your phone and other items you might need.  It is touchscreen compatible, complete with an adjustable waist strap and padded back with netting for breathability.  Don’t leave home without this convenient pack.

Be sure to check out www.equibrand.com to view entire line of organizational products available by Classic Equine.  Remember, an organized barn is a happy one!

For Contact:
Hannah Haugen
Public Relations Coordinator
hhaugen@equibrand.com


Kassie Mowry, Decade’s Top Earning Barrel Racer

Dear Kassie Mowry,

Classic Equine and on behalf of aspiring young trainers and barrel racers everywhere, would like to congratulate you on the prestigious title of #1 Rider of the Decade, with earnings of over $2 Million. You encompass what it means to be champion. Your hard work and dedication is evident by the number of horses who you have led to become champions as well.

It is hard to believe that nineteen short years ago was your very first barrel racing competition; although, you had experience in dressage and eventing. In that same year you qualified on your neighbor’s unseasoned horse for the National High School Rodeo Finals and won the National High School Barrel Racing Champion title the very next year. In 2001, you qualified and won the National Intercollegiate Barrel Racing title and also won the BFA Sweepstakes Championship.

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Kassie and Class Double (CD) in 1994.
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Kassie at the Utah state high school finals in Heber City in 1999.

In 2005 you went on to qualify to your first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo aboard three horses who were just 4 and 5 years old. You also won AQHA Champion and Reserve Champion titles in the Junior Barrel Racing on two of those three horses. In 2006 you started riding horses as your own business.  That year you were the BFA Juvenile Futurity Champion as well.

By 2008, you had earned the title of the most winning-est barrel horse trainer because of the 9 horses you trained and rode to victories earning over a quarter of a million dollars in just that year alone. In 2012 you were the Reserve Champion at the BFA Juvenile Futurity with earnings of $72,602 and 2013 won the BBR Slot Race. You continue to shatter earnings records in the futurity arena as well as the professional rodeo arena.

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Kassie riding Epic Leader at the 2012 BBR World Finals.

In 2017, you earned $75,000 as the winner of the Diamonds and Dirt Slot Race on Girls Dig Fame and backed that up with the reserve champion spot on Miss JB 136, earning an additional $25,000. In 2017 you entered some pro rodeos, your season earnings were $189,047 and you were ranked 9th in the World standings in which you earned your spot to your second Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, competing at only 26 rodeos throughout the year. You placed in four out of the 10 rounds, including breaking an arena record in round three on the great horse, FirewaterMakeMeHappy.

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Kassie and FirewaterMakesMeHappy setting the arena record in Round 3 of the 2017 WNFR.

You won San Angelo, Rodeo Houston, Snake River Stampede, Weatherford, and Springdale just to name a few of your pro rodeo successes.

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Kassie Mowry and FireWaterMakesMeHappy winning the 2017 Rodeo Houston.

While these statistics are just a snippet of what all you have accomplished in the barrel racing arena, you are an inspiration to all barrel racers. You have a heart and love for the sport as well as the horses you ride. It is evident every time you swing a leg over one of the great horses you train. Once again, congratulations on earning the prestigious title of highest money earning barrel racer of the decade.  Thank you for all you have done to help better our sport and promote barrel racing.

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Kassie and FirewaterMakesMeHappy in Round 7 of the WNFR.

With respect,

Classic Equine, Aspiring Trainers and Barrel Racers Everywhere

Written by: Christie Long

Contact:

Hannah Haugen

hhaugen@equibrand.com