Summer Vet Camp Part III on HorseLoversMath.com Posted: Nov 28 2014

In this post we head back for the final days of the Bay Area Equestrian Club’s Vet Camp. Day four began with campers designing their own equestrian centre. Here’s what camper Caden Hernandez had to say about designing an equestrian centre:  “Math is very important when making a blueprint or map! You need to know how much…

Diablo Magazine’s 2014 Threads of Hope Nomination Posted: Nov 13 2014

The Bay Area Equestrian Club has been nominated for an award by Diablo Magazine’s 2014 Threads of Hope. “Congratulations on your nomination for the 2014 Threads of Hope Awards! It is so inspirational to know there are so many outstanding volunteers like yourself making a difference in the lives of others. You and all of…

Horse Lover’s Math Part II Posted: Oct 18 2014

It’s back to the Bay Area Equestrian Club’s Vet Summer Camp again this week. The third day of summer camp took campers to the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital at the University of California, Davis for a tour that included an introduction to the blood donor herd, an explanation of how blood is collected from horses, as…

Don’t Miss: Article on Horse Lover’s Math Posted: Oct 10 2014

Twelve-year-old Taylor Lai has a passion for horses. She’s attended horseback riding summer camps, and has been fortunate to have grown up with horses in the Mount Diablo foothills in California. “I really want to have my career to do with horses, and I like the idea of being a vet because you get to be around…

Bay Area Arabian Horse Girl Needs A Kidney Donor Posted: Oct 07 2014

Alex Shveyda, an avid equestrian and animal lover from the Bay Area, is a twenty-two-year-old college student who also works in the field of veterinary medicine. Alex has recently been diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease, and is in kidney failure. Alex is the kind of person who lights up a room when entering. She is…

Vet Camp Launches Horse Into Space Posted: Sep 24 2014

August 19th, 2014 – Balloon Launch and Recovery After many hours of getting our camera systems designed and tested, our high altitude weather balloon was ready to fly!  With the last day of camp looming combined with some unexpected, off-shore wind patterns, we were down to our last launch window.  We would have to do…

Check Out This Article! Posted: Sep 05 2014

From teeth to tail, the kids at Bay Area Equestrian Club’s five-day equine-centric veterinarian camp love everything about horses. Everything. They love horse heads, feedstuffs, abdominal organs, tendons, ligaments, manure production, breeding, training practices and biomechanics. They adore building robotic replicas of horse legs, or launching microwave oven-size horse toys into space, attached to weather…

Halloween Harvest Hoedown Posted: Aug 31 2014

Halloween Harvest Hoedown! Giddy up and let the good times roll at BAE Stables which will be decked out for Halloween! Come in costume to be entered in a costume contest or bring a miniature horse costume and play dress up with our mascot Chippers! There will also be a pumpkin carving contest! Contestants must…

Piseco Nominated for Best World Song Posted: Aug 30 2014

Young Walnut Creek musician is featured flutist on song nominated for Best World Song Hollywood Music in Media Association names “Piseco” among the best  WALNUT CREEK, CA – August 18, 2014 – Walnut Creek musician Taylor Alyssa Lai, 12, a middle schooler at Seven Hills School, is the featured artist playing the Native American flute on the song…

WANTED BY SFPD! Posted: Aug 14 2014

We are assisting the San Francisco Police Department in a country-wide search for Bay, Chestnut, Sorrel or solid color Geldings, 15-2h to 16-2h. Must be of sound mentality and physicality.

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