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Buying and Selling a Horse

The sport of driving is a beautiful thing to watch, but it’s even more fun to participate. Two top professionals in the sport—Leslie Cashion of Louisville, Ky., and Jacob Arnold of Goshen, Ky.—offer some key points to consider on...
The lights flickered on in the barn that morning, and I heard the familiar shuffling of all the other ponies in the barn. Jack, the pony next to me who the girls in the barn refer to as “impatient,”...
Instead of the pitter-patter of little paws, your adoption aspirations may involve the clip-clop of large hooves. Adopting a horse from an adoption organization is a great way to provide a stable home for a horse in need while...
The search for a perfect new horse for Dr. Diehl’s daughter comes to a conclusion. My family piled into the truck, trailer in tow, and we began the four-hour drive to meet the American Saddlebred named Kidd that I...
The Horse Illustrated Vet Adventures columnist, who is a veterinarian, has trouble finding the perfect horse for her daughter.I was trying to find my youngest daughter a new horse for Pony Club. We’d recently had to retire our faithful...
When Jill Elbrecht became pregnant with her son Benjamin, she worried about how she would keep her mare Betsy in shape when she could no longer ride. This is how she started thinking about some alternatives to horse ownership.“I...
Hundreds of thousands of horses are bought, sold, adopted or rehomed each year. It can be either an exhilarating and fun process, or a frustrating and exhausting one that leads to finding your new equine partner.Cultural stigma leads us...
It seems as if the horse marketplace is geared toward protecting yourself as a buyer. Buyers will try a particular horse multiple times, involve one or more trainers in the decision, and hire veterinarians to perform expensive, in-depth pre-purchase...
We all love ponies. Sure, they can sometimes be infuriating. Most of the time, however, they’re sweet and charming. You probably fell in love with riding thanks to a pony. Maybe you even won your first blue ribbon aboard...
In a world where lives are increasingly hectic and budgets are stretched razor-thin, many equestrians are making an unexpected discovery: Teamwork just might be the best way to care for a horse.Enticed into these situations for a variety...
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