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Breed Spotlight: Haflinger

The Haflinger is a breed of horse developed in the Southern Tyrolean Mountains in Austria and Italy during the late 19th century. The name comes from the village of Hafling which is part of Austria. The breed originated as a […]

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Preventing Tightness in Your Horse’s Poll

While the horse’s poll is a small area, it is very important to a horse’s well-being.  The comfort and health of the horse’s poll is one of the central keys not only to a horse’s performance, but more importantly to […]

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Managing Your Horse’s Winter Coat

Even in warmer areas, horses grow some sort of winter coat. Its natural for horses to grow thicker coats when the days get shorter and cooler.  Nature protects them from elements, usually with a coat to match the climate. Extra […]

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5 Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar for Horses

Apple Cider Vinegar has tons of benefits not only for you, but your horses as well! Apple cider vinegar is produced by the fermentation of carbohydrates.  Which the natural sugar in the juice of apples converts to alcohol, making apple […]

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Poll Evil: Taking Care of your Horse’s Poll

Every good horse enthusiast knows the importance of a horse’s poll – which is the highest point of a horse’s skull nestled between their ears. Although the poll area is relatively small compared to some of your horse’s muscles, it […]

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West Nile Virus in Horses

West Nile is a disease caused by a virus (WNV) carried by mosquitoes.  Mosquitoes first become exposed to the virus when they feed on infected birds.    Once the mosquito is infected, it may transit the virus to people or to […]

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