Wednesday, November 24, 2010


I received this message from Lauren Zavala this past week and was asked to do a write up and promote this on my blog. Personally, I cannot speak from experience as I have not yet given it a whirl, however, this does peak my interest as it may peak yours as well. And any of us know that horse keeping is a state of constant learning, even if it is simply what works best for your horse or horses. So I thought I would post this in case anyone was interested. And when I actually have a moment this week, doubtful, I will take a look myself. And if anyone beats me to it, let me know! Thanks!



"My name is Lauren and I am the Graphic Designer/New Media Marketing Assistant at My Horse University. This year we are having a “Black Friday” sale on all of our equine education courses and want to really reach out to those who might like to expand their knowledge in the field. I’m contacting you because we think it would be awesome if the MidWest Horse blog could post a write-up about our upcoming promotion. Obviously Kola and Misty are well-taken care of—and gorgeous, for that matter!—and I think our courses could be great resources for your readers that are interested in learning more about horse management.As far as our sale goes, we’re offering our courses for 50% off, plus an additional 25% off for our Facebook fans. The discount code is bfhorses10 and is valid from 12:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 26. For more information, please visit My Horse University or our Facebook page atwww.facebook.com/MyhorseU."

5 comments:

Cheyenne said...

Interesting, of course, this could be a genuine thing. It could be something that will throw you and your blog into the ether! But, I have to say, why you?

Callie said...

Cheyenne, I'm not sure why this is such a bad thing. I did check out the site, I'm actually rather linked up on FaceBook with a fair few in the horse industry. As to why me? I can only say that this blog has been putting out horse related content for over three years now. And why not me? I guess I'm not getting it. I do product reviews all the time along with many other bloggers as well as book reviews, why not show a possible way of learning something for horse folks. It's a big community, the horse community. I guess I'm just not understanding.

Cheyenne said...

No, maybe I didnt. for that I apologise. Here we are always wary. I can only apologise again.

Callie said...

No need to apologize, Cheyenne, everyone's opinion is always welcome here, I just wasn't understanding that's all. No biggy, don't worry about it. It's all good. ;)

Cheyenne said...

Thanks.