Dunlap Rockers: On my blog, I am an affiliate to several businesses but only one of those is local. You can find your rock somewhere in the parking lot of that business.
Whitwell Rockers: You can find your rock where horses are shown.
1.) When rocks are found please post to the respective Facebook page: Dunlap Rocks or Whitwell Rocks and tag either me, Hope Ellis-Ashburn, and/or my blog’s Facebook page, Red Horse on a Red Hill.
2.) Message me on Facebook, either on my personal page or my blog’s page, to arrange a time to meet in Dunlap or Whitwell to exchange your rock for a free, size large, Red Horse on a Red Hill t-shirt. (*Note: In order to receive t-shirt the rock must be returned.)
3.) Finder consents to having their photograph made with the rock and t-shirt for a press release in local newspapers and social media outlets.
4.) Winners determined at the blog owner’s discretion.
One of my goals with my blog has been to provide my readers with access to products and services that I either use or would use from brands that I personally trust. I am excited to announce that as of today, that goal has been reached! I have just become an affiliate with HorseLoveZ.com, Tractor Supply Company (TSC), SmartPak Equine, and Heartland Veterinary Supply!
In the coming days, weeks, and months I hope to add even more affiliates so you’ll want to stay tuned. In this post, I’ll share with you some of the exciting shopping opportunities available with these brands. The great news is that in addition to helping you with improved access to these products, you’ll also be helping me. It’s a win, win. Each time you make a purchase through these links a small commission on the sale will be credited to me to assist me in funding my ongoing horse habit. Continue reading
Don’t have time to search the web for interesting reads about horses? Fear not! This week I thought I would share some love to other sites AND try something a little different by sharing five of my recently discovered favorite reads. I think you’ll enjoy them too. What do you think of these? What others would you include on the list? Continue reading
I could use about a million superlatives to describe him. He was truly special in every way. In my latest EQUUS article to publish on-line you’ll read all about how I memorialized him. This article originally published in EQUUS #468 (September 2016 issue). Continue reading