their products and services. The equine industry is no exception.
by Dr. Clair Thunes, founder of Summit Equine Nutrition, and Randi Thompson,
founder of Horse and Rider Awareness, at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 28 in the Library
Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
Summit Equine Nutrition to improve equine nutrition. She works to find a
healthy diet for a variety of horses. From the competition horse to a backyard
pet, Thunes works one-on-one with horse owners and their veterinarians to find
a healthy solution.
has an extensive equestrian background. As founder of Horse and Rider
Awareness, she utilizes social media to advertise her training methods and
techniques. In 2010, she began sharing her techniques on Facebook and YouTube.
Currently, there are more than 300 videos available for training techniques.
Business (HTMYHB). HTMYHB has won numerous awards, including winner of “2012
Social Media Examiners Top 10 Small Business Page,” finalist of “Great Facebook
Cover Contest” and Equine Social Media Awards.
visiting the WWU equestrian program,” Jennie Petterson, assistant professor and
western riding instructor at WWU, said. “Social media and web-based
entrepreneurship are hot topics in the equine industry, and our guests will be
speaking to students about their experience as engaged equine professionals.”