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Newborn Foal Care

After foaling, the umbilical cord ideally will break at the right time, but may also break too soon, or not break at all. If the cord breaks too soon, there is little you can do. If, however, the umbilicus...
By Rachel ParkerWe've all heard the saying, "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth." Why? Because you can determine a horse's age by looking at his teeth and it would be rude to try to put a dollar...
Begin grooming sessions by currying, and then brush the coat, mane and tail. "Curry a horse in a circular motion from behind its ears all the way to its dock with a rubber curry," says hunter and eventing trainer...
I had the pleasure of touring some of the leading horse breeding and training facilities in the country while I was at a professional conference in Gainesville, Fla. But the most remarkable visit on my tour was to the...
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