Your success, as a rodeo rider, will depend to a great extent on the health of your animals. It is highly unlikely that you will be a successful rodeo rider if the animals you use in the sport are weak and sickly. You therefore need to pay close attention to the health of the animals. You actually need to be proactive about the health of your rodeo horses. This is to say that you need to try, as much as you can, to keep your rodeo horses from falling sick. That is likely to be much better than waiting for the animals to fall sick, and then trying to get them treated. For once the animals fall sick, getting them treated is likely to be a costly affair. And even then, there is no guarantee that the animals that have fallen sick will get better, even with the best treatment course(s).
To maintain the health of rodeo horses, you will need to:
- Ensure that they are well fed
- Ensure that they get adequate (clean) water to drink
- Ensure that they are vaccinated against common diseases
- Ensure that they get adequate rest
- Ensure that the stables in which they sleep are always clean
You may need to engage a veterinary doctor to help you in maintaining the health of your rodeo horses. The doctor can be visiting on a regular basis, to examine the animals, and to take note of any diseases that may be taking root. You may be lucky enough find a person who trained in veterinary medicine, but who is yet to get proper employment in the field. He could, in the meantime, be working in, say, the local Darden restaurant — as a clerk, chef, assistant manager… or in some other position. Yet, going by the krowd darden schedule he is likely to have some free hours that he could use to visit the stables where you keep your rodeo horses, and check on their health. If he is newly employed there, he would have recently figured out how to sign up for krowd portal access. So you can get into an arrangement where, during his free hours, he would be assisting you to maintain the health of your rodeo horses. The veterinarian is likely to be more than happy to put his medical skills in practice, even if you are only able to pay him modest consultation fees. So that would be a win-win arrangement for both of you: where the doctor gets to practice what he learnt while you get medical attention for your rodeo horses at affordable rates.