Cash flow management will determine if your business is successful.
Strategic planning is a recipe for success for a single project or your entire equine business.
Here are some ideas on how you can de-clutter your horse barn or stable.
Equine business owners are busy folks, so here are some tips to "find" more time and remember your commitments.
Hippotherapy offers a lasting, positive impact on children with cerebral palsy.
If you run a boarding operation for sport or breeding, you know horse owners are busy folks. So how do you either get the attention of (and answers from) your current clients, or those you would like to be your clients? Be pleasantly persistent.
The 80/20 rule is known as the Pareto Principle. Learn how in your equine business 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes.
This group of articles can help you choose the right riding instructor for your stable.
Study finds that therapeutic riding significantly decreases PTSD symptoms in veterans.
This Stable Management special issue on controlling mosquitoes, flies, gnats and ticks on horses and your property is brought to you by the UltraShield line of products from W.F. Young.
Older women and younger girls make up the bulk of the equine industry, and each has its own peculiar set of challenges.
Once you have the results of your survey, know what to do with them to help you adjust your services to improve client loyalty.
Those involved with owning and managing horses and teaching lessons should participate in the 2018 Business Survey.
Since spring and early summer are the key times to hire additional employees, Stable Management brought you a series of nine articles to help you find, evaluate, interview and hire the right employee for the job.
If you own or manage a horse farm or riding stable, or if you are a riding instructor, please take the time to give your opinions on Stable Management's 2018 Fees Survey.
...with apologies to Clement Clark Moore, author of Twas the Night Before Christmas.
There is always more to do around a horse facility than there is time to do it. On top of the "gotta do that now" list is the ongoing maintenance needs of any farm or stable. We have collected three of the top articles on common maintenance problems for you.
A press release can go out to just your facility's users or clients, or it can be aimed at a wider audience. Here is a template to help you get your news out.
You have a great facility in a good location, nice pastures, amazing barn help, excellent vets, farriers, trainers and other service providers. With all that going for you, shouldn't word-of-mouth marketing be your best advertising tool?