This week on Evention tackle a biggie. How to Load a Horse On a Trailer. Seems easy doesn't it? WRONG! Check out this tutorial as well as a list of do's and don'ts for loading your horse onto a trailer. This week we also feature a new Schrammo's Shout Out.
We would also like to share with you that Evention has now been on the air for 10 months in it's inaugural season, and thanks to all of you we have clocked in over 300,000 views! Keep it up Eventioners and Eventionistas, we have many more great episodes coming your way.
We would like to thank everyone for supporting us this year as we accept the award for "Best Newcomer" in the Equestrian Social Media Awards (ESMA's).
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Check us out on facebook and llike us to follow the progress. https://www.facebook.com/RMSpeltz We decided in Minnesota it might be best to try to heat our barn with better source then traditional propane....hence we installed the tubing and foam and made the floor a big radiant heater=)
https://www.facebook.com/RMSpeltz This a security camera footage of ours on the building of addition barn attached to previous barn. This increases the square footage from 3575 sq ft to 9675 sq ft. The rough dimension is 112 ft by 56 ft. The total time for 5 guys to raise it was 10 days labor days and one garage door install day. There is still lot of interior & exterior ground work to accomplish once spring comes but since snow is already here and cold the barn will just be for cold storage this year. Hopefully we can add LED lights and such over the winter if the cost isn't to bad otherwise another summer project.
Also if you like check out the build on the other barn click in the upper right corner on the video to go to the playlist for them.
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