Responsible Horse Ownership 01 The Carolinas EquestrainYou owe it to your equine partner to do your due diligence in finding the correct team of EPs to work withLast month’s subject focused on maintaining a positive relationship with those who help care for your horses’ health. But no matter how hard you work to develop and keep a good relationship with your vet, farrier, or other professionals, sometimes it just doesn’t work out and you find yourself in need of someone new. Or sometimes – as is my worst fear – someone who you and your horse absolutely adore decides to retire or move out of town. Possibly you are the one moving to a new area, or are a brand new horse owner. Regardless of the reason, oftentimes horse owners find themselves in the position of having to find someone new, and following are some tips for helping to make that transition as seamless as possible.