Conveniently located on Crane Canyon Road in Santa Rosa 

Equine Resources

Local Equestrian Trails

According to the UC Davis Center for Equine Health: In terms of management priorities, establishing an effective parasite control program is probably second only to supplying the horse with clean, plentiful water and high-quality feed.
The 2019 CCEC deworming protocol is EITHER Rotation or Spring/Fall
1. Rotation
  • Feb          Ivermectin Praziquantel
  • March    Fenbendazole (Panacur Power Pak
  • May         Ivermectin Praziquantel
  • July          Pyrantel Pamoate
  • Sept         Ivermectin Praziquantel
  • Nov          Pyrantel Pamoate

2. Spring and Fall

  • Ivermectin/Praziquantel 
(Boarders may opt to provide a clear fecal test in place of worming)

CCEC requires every horse to have evidence of annual core vaccinations plus Flu/Rhino*. Other vaccinations could be required depending upon veterinary recommendations for our area. *Based on UC Davis & AAEP Core Vaccines  

The 2019 CCEC vaccination protocol is:

       Core Vaccine                                                                      Time

  • Influenza & Rhinopneumonitis (Flu/Rhino)          Spring
  • Eastern Western Encephalomyelitis (EWE)          Spring
  • Tetanus                                                                         Spring
  • West Nile                                                                      Spring

Other CCEC Required Vaccinations

  • Influenza & Rhinopneumonitis (Flu/Rhino)         Fall         
  • Rabies                                                                            Fall

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