All posts by Casie

About Casie

Hi! My name is Casie Bazay. I'm a mom, a freelance writer, and a certified equine acupressure practitioner.

The Importance of Regular Trimming

If you’re from California (or anywhere else experience drought lately), then you probably don’t care to hear this. . . but last month was the wettest May on record for my state of Oklahoma.  We had a ton of rain.  And it looks like June is going to be pretty wet, too.  We’re expecting more […]

DIY Natural Fly Sprays

A couple years ago, I stopped buying fly sprays.  It wasn’t because I didn’t need them, but instead because I wanted to avoid the chemicals that many sprays contain–plus save a little money.  So I started experimenting with making my own.     I’ve found one recipe that I’ve stuck with for a while–it uses […]

Huego–A Barefoot Dressage Horse

One thing I love about doing my ‘Horse of the Month’ series is getting to  learn about so many different horses–of various breeds, backgrounds, and disciplines–but who are all tied together by the fact that their guardians want to provide them with most natural lifestyle that they can.   For the month of May, I […]

Free Choice Salt for Horses

The following post is written by Chris and Roger Richardson of  The Holistic Horse.  People often ask me which type of salt I feed to my own horses, and though I once fed table salt, I now feed the loose unrefined Sea Salt from this company.  I thought some of you might be interested to […]