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Equestrian Life

Cut Horse Costs

Your horse is priceless, of course, but he's also expensive. Make good spending decisions and you'll be able to afford horsekeeping without skimping on necessities. Has your horse become one big budget buster? Hold everything! Before you consider selling...
Buy in bulk. If you’ll use it before it expires, refill bottles are cheaper. Arrange routine vet visits with nearby neighbors or fellow boarders to split the field call. ...
Gray Draft Horse

PMU Horse Profile

Erika Lipton, an artist from Newton, N.J., had a dilemma: After years of trying to foxhunt with "hot" horses, she wanted a young, unspoiled horse with a great temperament to bring along. The problem was, she didn’t have a...
You can travel anywhere in the civilized or not so civilized world for a riding holiday these days. But there’s no need to lug along a giant tack trunk of gear to enjoy the ride. Our equestrian vacation experts...
"So, what are you going to do with the horse?” This was the second most-asked question last year among our friends as talk revolved around our daughter’s upcoming college plans. After we’d gotten past "Where will she go to school?”...

Expense Report

  Audrey Pavia supports two horses in Southern California. ...
Because responsible horse owners must venture outdoors regardless of below freezing temperatures, we are more likely to be frostbitten. Winter riders are especially prone. But frostbite and its damage can be avoided. Frostbite happens when skin tissue—usually fingers, toes, earlobes,...
When purchasing a horse or choosing one to ride, we tend to be smitten by a horse's appearance and abilities. Unfortunately, we often neglect to consider the horse's basic temperament. If that doesn't complement our own riding capabilities and...
What ignites the competitive spark? Does it happen the first time a lead liner finally masters the up/down of the posting trot? The moment a western rider discovers just the right pace for a lope? And what continues to...
Horses are rescued for many reasons, including neglect, abuse and lack of handling. Each horse will react to life changes in his own way, yet there are basic steps rescuers take to bond with these special equines. The following was...
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