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Young Rider

When Anna Roberts was nine years old, she went to the racetrack in New Orleans and was amazed to see Hall of Fame jockey Julie Krone leaping into the saddle. It was the first time Anna realized that women...
Even though horses are big, strong animals, their legs are surprisingly delicate. The muscles and tendons that make up the legs can get injured quite easily. Your horse might stumble and cut his front leg with his back hoof....
Do you have a feeding chart for your pony posted somewhere in the barn? If you don’t, you should! If you can’t get to the barn to feed your pony, a feed chart will tell your mom/dad/pony pal/barn staff...
Horses grazing in a pasture surrounded by pine trees

Field Kept Ponies

Lots of horses and ponies live outside 24-7. Most are hardy creatures that grow woolly coats in the winter and wouldn’t like it very much if they were brought into a stable at night. Does your horse live outside...
Is it starting to warm up in your area? If it is, it won’t be long before flies are buzzing around your horses and your barn. Flies thrive in warm, muggy weather and it’s almost impossible to keep your...
Did you know that a horse’s eyes are a lot different than a human’s eyes?  A human’s eyes are on the front of his head so he can see in front of him easily. A horse’s eyes are on...
If you check your horse every day, you’re sure to spot some brand-new lumps and bumps on him every once in a while. He may have been kicked while playing with his pasture mates or caught a leg in...
It might seem a little bit early to start thinking about going to riding camp this summer, but camp spaces fill up quickly and you should begin surfing the web for camps right now. If you don’t book a...

Riding Bareback

Are you a bit bored with riding round and round in circles? Got the winter blahs? We’ve got an idea that might make your daily ride a bit more exciting: Leave your saddle in the tack room and ride...

Horse Hoof Care

You should pick out your horse’s hooves every time you visit him. Hooves get packed with mud, or rocks get wedged in the V-shaped groove between the sole and the frog and make your horse lame. If you live...
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