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Horse Illustrated magazine has a lot to be proud of after receiving multiple American Horse Publications (AHP) Equine Media Awards during the 2022 AHP Back to the Bluegrass Conference on Saturday, May 14, 2022, in Lexington, Ky. Awards included...
Want to stay on-site with your horse during shows or trail rider, but don’t have a fancy living quarters trailer? There are options to convert your horse trailer into a home away from home so you don’t have to...
Intertwining her love for horses and fashion, Cindy Lay has built a flourishing equestrian boutique from humble beginnings and runs a hand-beaded accessory line, known as the Kenyan Collection, on another continent. Currently residing in Ocala, Fla., the World...
Sitting squarely in her black dressage saddle, para-equestrian Holly Bergay picks up her reins and prepares to train a young horse at Ambition Equestrian Center in Sedalia, Colo. Holding the soft leather with the fingers of her right hand,...
Feet are the foundation of the horse; everything starts from the bottom up.“There is more blood supply to the horse’s feet than to his brain,” says Raul J. Bras, DVM, a veterinarian and Certified Journeyman Farrier in the podiatry...
Editor's note: Due to legal changes that occurred after this article was originally published, service horses are not currently protected to fly on all airlines. Individual airlines may choose if they will permit a service horse in specific cases.While we...
Many of us depend on trainers or friends to haul our horses to competitions, trailheads, or emergency veterinary appointments. That’s a sufficient strategy for some, but there’s a particular sort of freedom that comes from taking the leap and...
Just like humans, horses can grow tired of certain situations and develop a sour attitude toward a repetitive job. Nothing is more frustrating than a horse that acts up only in the show ring, giving the impression that he...
Equine botulism toxicity was a grim diagnosis. Cathy and I tried to reassure each other as the expensive antitoxin was administered to Hans at the veterinary hospital. Equine botulism toxin works in a very specific way, binding itself to...
What do hyenas, meerkats, hippos, rhinos, lions, tigers, bears, giraffes, llamas, zebras, goldfish, orcas, sea lions, Beluga whales, walruses, and dolphins have in common with horses? They can all be trained using positive reinforcement techniques. And nobody knows this...
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