“Winchester, my 13-year-old homegrown skijoring and barrel horse has struggled to breathe his whole life. He was found to have restrictions in his airway due to allergies, and a displaced soft palate. He needed surgery to correct the palate and needs constant nebulizing treatments to help him breathe. FLAIR® Strips are the added bonus to ensure he can breathe when competing effectively.”
Lindsay Farley is a Licensed Veterinary Technician, with a certification in progress in Canine Rehabilitation. She’s a member of NBHA & Women’s Professional Rodeo in the First Frontier Circuit. When it’s not sunny and warm, you can find Lindsay at Skijoring events in Maine. The disciplines she currently competes in both evolved from her previous background of long-distance endurance riding, and she just can’t get enough of the adrenaline that skijoring and rodeos provide. Her goals for the year include becoming a more competitive skier in skijoring as well as spreading awareness for the growing sport and keeping the First Frontier Circuit or District Finals on her radar for barrel racing.