Contacts are used in numerous ways in Stable Manage; for assigning and reporting on staff and student activity, for saving repeat visitors to the yard such as jockeys, students, tourists and service providers (vet, dentist, farrier etc).
This video shows the basics of managing contacts in Stable Manage.
Any entry on the schedule can be associated with a facility at your yard. A facility can be any place (even an offsite). For example, a walker, arena, office, class room, sporting location, tack room, paddock. A facility can even be as simple as an area or place where some activity takes place, for example “Wall of the back yard”, perhaps that’s where the horses are always washed.
This video describes are facilities are managed in Stable Manage.
Remember that an entry can be any activity at the yard or just related to the yard. For example, feeding, muck out, turnout, schooling, maintenance, farrier visit, dentistry, a sporting event which you are attending, and so on.
A huge thank you to everyone who entered. Our lucky winner is Bridgette McCarthy representing Grennan Equestrian College in Thomastown, Kilkenny – we’ll reach out to you on Monday to sort out your prize – yay!
A extra shout out goes to the entries from Shannon Cussen and David Waldron for unrivalled enthusiasm – we’ll get one of our fancy stainless steel folding Stable Manage hoofpicks and a Stable Manage cap into the post for both of you.. our only requirement is a photo of you wearing your new cap and giving us a big thumbs up for our Facebook page 😀
We’ll be in Hall One at the RDS for the Dublin Horse Show in a couple of week’s time; please come along and say hello.
As a special thank you to everyone that entered, if you come and say hi to us at the horse show, we’ll have a little something for you too!!