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    EPM (Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis)

    EPM is a neurological disease which is caused by sarcocystis neurona—a parasite that attacks the brain and spinal cord. It is a disease that, if not detected and treated early, can seriously damage a horse’s central nervous system and may […]

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    5 Tips on How to Battle a Horse-Riding Fear

    This week, we are sharing a guest-written article by a talented writer, Olivia. Enjoy! Fear can be a result of many things. It can be a result of something new and exciting or something you haven’t tried yet. Naturally, you […]

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    Thanksgiving for Your Horse: A Healthy Treat Guide

    Have you ever wanted to include your horse in Thanksgiving? This holiday is about giving thanks to every blessing that you appreciate in your life – if your horses aren’t included on that list, they should be! You and your […]

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    Maintaining Muscle Elasticity Through Winter

    Although horses are very adaptable to cold weather, they are generally managed very sensibly during the winter. Maintaining your equine athletes muscle health is important all year round for top performance and overall physical health and well-being.  Throughout the year […]

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    Equine Leg Stretches

    We’ve all heard it many times, “stretch your muscles before and after exercise,” but did you ever stop to think that this applies to your horse too?  Stretching your horse’s muscles will improve performance and decrease the occurrence of injuries.  […]

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    Acorn Toxicity in Horses

    Oak trees are fairly common on farm properties. Acorns are produced by oak trees in autumn, and both acorns and leaves fall at that time of year. Many animals depend on acorns for their nutritional needs, but some animals, such as […]

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