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Horse Illustrated

Preventing injuries and managing chronic conditions are top priorities when making care decisions for your equine partner. You may have considered adding therapeutic products to your management strategy after talking to your vet and shopping around. Here are some...
Learning self-acceptance as a rider can be key for our confidence and happiness, but overall as a person, it can mean even more. Learn how important this was for equestrian Kylie Standish, especially if you are someone who struggles...
You can never have too much horse stuff! Let your passion for riding exude into your household and wardrobe with these eye-catching equine accents. Quality finds will last a lifetime and remain timeless over the years. These English horse...
Western Dressage

Try Western Dressage

If you’re the type of person who enjoys setting a goal and tackling each step to achieve it, chances are good you’ll find a western dressage show quite satisfying. For the newcomer, barriers to entry are low, but the...
The oldest horse I’d ever worked on was 34, so when Robyn announced that her donkey was 47, I was amazed and a little doubtful. But she was certain of her dates, and after looking at fuzzy and ancient...
Horses are herd animals that typically do best with some form of companionship. While some horses are only happy in the company of another equine, others thrive with friends of other species. There are multiple reasons why an additional...
My horses now live in my 2-acre backyard, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. As I write, I can see my daughter’s white pony visiting his friends at the property line. My office window opens to the...
If you’ve ever kept a horse on pasture full-time, you may have noticed he’s calmer and more relaxed to ride than when kept in a stall, and his muscles stay fitter and looser from moving around all day. Although...
When the first settlers came to the Ozark Mountains of southern Missouri in the 1830s, the mountains were covered with forests of birch, sycamores, oaks and pines. The series of plateaus that made up this part of the mountain...
We know there are many adults juggling life and horses so that they can pursue their passion for horses. It's hard but worth it to many, especially these riders. None of the owners who keep their horses at the Gemini...
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