If you are lucky enough to go for a ride on the beach, there are a few things to remember to make your experience will be a splendid one!
When the snap, crackle and pops of the Fourth of July light up the sky, a horse’s reaction can range anywhere from scant acknowledgment to an all-out panic. Read these suggestions to enjoy this holiday and keep your horses safe.
Are you a Quarter Horse or a Mustang? Are you a Shetland Pony or a Clydesdale? Take our fun quiz to find out what Breed of Horse you REALLY are!
One of my favorite sayings in regard to kids and horses is, “green on green makes black and blue.” I’m not sure who coined the phrase but they are wise words to live by for any novice rider, kids included. While most people understand that the horse they choose will likely determine how far their…
Own Horses long enough and you will likely be forced to cope with your share of illnesses and injuries that are anything but routine, we can often mitigate the risk of these unwanted surprises by ensuring our horse’s routine maintenance needs are always met and maintained.
Though proper nutrition is the key ingredient to making a horse’s coat shine, there are some easy ways to help your equine partner stand out from the crowd in a show ring.
Simple, easy, ingenious tips for making your life and barn chores a little easier!
While riding, leg muscles such as the quads, hamstrings and glutes support the core muscles such as the transverse abdominis and obliques, promoting better posture and reducing the risk of injury.
Your first riding lesson is very exciting! Here is an easy list of what you might need to bring with you to start your lesson off on the right foot.
Drastic changes in weather, like the transition from spring to summer or summer to fall are classic times of year where there is an increase in the number of colics that veterinarians see.