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This article was originally published on September 10, 2015 The days are most definitely getting shorter and the mornings are a bit cooler; your horse has probably already begun growing in a bit of his winter coat. The time to...
This article was originally posted on October 28, 2016 Fall days—a chill in the air, geese flying south, pumpkins…and fuzzy horses. Autumn is a time when many horses are putting on their winter coats in earnest, but what causes it?...
There are so many things to think about when you’re riding. Is my position correct? Is my horse moving right? But one big factor influencing your horse’s way of going that you may never have thought about is saddle...
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When Disaster Strikes

For horse lovers in Southern California, December 7, 2017 was a tough day. A video showing flames tearing through the San Luis Rey Downs racehorse training center in Bonsall was all over Facebook, showing frantic grooms and trainers desperately...
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Barn Spy

 Are you like me, obsessive about your horses? Would you like to be able to spy on them at all hours of the day or night, from anywhere in the world? It’s possible, and I am going to show...
Most horse owners have a pastoral dream of living on a farm where they can look out the kitchen window while holding their morning coffee and see their horses grazing peacefully in a lush pasture. What they don’t realize...
If getting in the trailer isn’t your horse’s favorite activity, making sure that you know where to be can ensure that he’ll step in with ease. When you’re aware of your body position and your horse’s behavior, you’ll be...
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Boots for Horses

Your horse’s lower legs are the most injury-prone component of his conformation. From strained ligaments and pulled tendons to popped splint bones and bruised heels, there’s a nightmarish list of injuries simply one bad step away. Fortunately, there’s an...
Thumbs up Smart manure management According to the AAEP’s Parasite Control Guidelines, every barn should be composting their manure to help control the spread of parasites. Learn more at SmartPak.com/Deworming Thumbs down Spreading manure on active pastures Again, our friends at the AAEP warn...
Picture this: You’ve moved your horse to a new boarding stable. In your initial conversation with the barn manager, she tells you that all horses will be given a dose of antibiotics on the first of each month. That sounds...
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