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Horse Care

This week, we have a couple of wonderful off-track Thoroughbreds from New Vocations Medina, Ohio, facility who are seeking their next adventures. One is a former steeplechaser who could transition his training to the eventing world. The other is...
Ulcers are very common in horses, affecting horses in all disciplines--including pleasure/trail riding horses--with the highest prevalence among racehorses. There are two types of equine gastric ulcer syndrome: the more common equine squamous gastric disease (ESGD), which affects...
Dietary management has an important impact on equine squamous gastric disease (ESGD), although it has little effect on equine glandular gastric disease (EGGD). (For more information on the distinction between these two forms of equine gastric disease, read Overcoming...
Adoptable horses come in all breeds, types, and with a wide variety of experience levels. If you're looking for a competitive partner to join you on your equestrian journey, maybe one of this week's featured horses from MyRightHorse.org is...
In the market for a new horse? Consider the seniors. Older horses can bring experience and confidence to young or timid riders. They can be a calming presence for rambunctious younger horses in the herd. They can stand for pony...
Whether you're looking for a low-key partner for pleasure riding or a talented athlete for your competitive equestrian goals, there's a good chance you can find the horse you're looking for off the track. This week, we've got five retired...
An upbeat, warm-hearted man—I’ll call him Dave—had trailered a horse to my clinic. His Mustang, who I’ll call Timmy, found it hard to settle down. I watched Dave’s cheery face as he chuckled uncomfortably, shaking his head and mumbling,...
There’s something undeniably appealing about a horse with a full, shiny mane and tail. But taking care of those tresses requires some extra work! A big part of what makes those thick manes and tails is genetics. Some horses are...
Tying up your horse’s tail and keeping it wrapped or bagged is one way to prevent breakage and allow it to grow long. It does take away your horse’s natural defense against flies, so only do this if your...
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) was given jurisdiction over America's wild horse and burro population since 1971. Mustangs are regularly removed from rangelands due to conflict between the increasing population of horses, ranchers who use the land...
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