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Proper Saddle Fitting Guide

Finding a properly fitted saddle may be a bit of a challenge but as a rider, it is one of the most important things to keep in mind. A correctly fitting saddle will ensure comfortable movement for you and your […]

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Checklist for Spring Cleaning your Barn

Springtime can be a huge relief for horse owners.  No more chipping water buckets, and finally warm days and lots of sunlight!  It’s important that your horse is kept in a clean environment, especially when stabled.  Not only does it […]

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Equine Botulism

Botulism is sometimes referred to as “forage poisoning” in adult horses or shaker foal syndrome in foals.  Botulism occurs when a horse ingests the neurotoxic bacterium Clostridium botulinum. which are found in soils, sediments, plant matter, and in the intestinal […]

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What are Bucked Shins?

Bucked Shin is a periostitis which is an (inflammation of the membrane enveloping a bone) of the front surface of the cannon bone.  It is common in the foreleg, but rare in the hind legs.  It refers to tiny stress […]

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Horse Trailering Tips and Safety

Patience and preparation can make every travel experience a safe, trouble-free one for your horse.  Ideally, if you get a horse at a young age you can introduce them to the trailer early as a part of learning ground manners […]

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Desensitizing Your Horse

A horse that is scared can be a dangerous animal. By instinct, horses are “flight” animals meaning that they will run from intimidating and threatening situations rather than “fight.” The best way to deal with a horse that is scared […]

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