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These great equestrian gift ideas should definitely go on your list this season.Horsescents Organic Lavender Aromatherapy Deliver calming organic lavender aromatherapy with this innovative scent pack (halter not included). Leather ScentStrap with lavender-filled ScentSac: $85; www.horsescentsinc.com Heritage Performance Glove Jazz up training...
Bundle up and fight the cold with these seasonal barn staples to add some warmth to your winter equestrian apparel. Redingote Coverall Waterproof, breathable and insulated; designed to fit over riding clothes. $278; www.redingoteequestrian.comKerrits Sit Tight Windpro Knee Patch Tight Polartec Wind...
Emily Black on Wishbone - New Forest

New Forest Pony

In a dense British forest of birch and oak, as old as the ice age, lives a special breed of pony. Semi-wild and living off the grass that grows in the clearings, the pony has long called this forest...
For almost a decade, the Montana Center for Horsemanship has partnered with the University of Montana Western in Dillon, Mont., to offer the nation’s first and only accredited four-year Bachelor of Science degree in natural horsemanship. According to Eric...
Single-digit temperatures. Water trough skating rinks. Ice crystal whiskers. When a riding day becomes a reading day this winter, brew another cup of coffee and start catching up on your reading with these horse books.Memoirs for Horse Winter Reading Rough...
Winter horse keeping can be a real pain in the neck, no matter where you live and what challenges come with your climate. Whether your winter weather is cold, snowy, rainy, icy, or even balmy, here are tips and...
Horse owners often wonder if their horses are expressing emotions or equine emotional intelligence. While they may not have the same capacity for complex human emotions like shame, embarrassment, pride and guilt, there is evidence that horses feel pain,...
Inevitably there will come a time when your veterinarian will need to sedate your horse. It may be for a routine procedure, such as a dental float, or for something more critical, like suturing a deep gash or treating...
The beautifully trained dressage horse is so attuned to his rider that his response to the lightest leg aid is perfect, appearing to dance of his own accord. But some mounts fall elsewhere on the spectrum—somewhere between a balky...
Try it once. Cattle work can be addictive. Once you’ve learned how to quietly ride into a herd and you trust your horse to listen to your commands, as introduced in "Introducing Your Horse to Cattle" in the August...
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