Outside, the wind is howling and blowing a cold rain against the barn. Inside, your horse is warm and dry in his stall, happily munching a big pile of hay. The next morning when you come in to feed, you notice his water bucket is only down a few inches. You don’t think much of it as you go about... Read More
If you plan to take your horse with you on vacation--camping and trail riding--make sure he's fit to go. Read More
Just like humans, horses can choke on their food. In most cases horses resolve the issue on their own but sometimes veterinarian intervention is needed. Read More
As people we look at the beginning of each year as a fresh start and a new beginning. But who says New Years resolutions are just for people? Read More
If the first thing your horse does when you stop riding is rub his face on his leg, this could be a sign that your bridle is pinching some nerves. Usually this is a sign of numbing and tingling in their face from nerve compression. Read More
Intramuscular Injections or IM injections are something that horse owners may have to do at least once. Here are a few helpful hints to make the experience a positive one for both the horse and owner. Read More
Temperatures inside horse trailers are a concern to all when doing long distance hauling. Endurance rider Jo Christensen from Montana learned a lot on a recent trip when she installed a temperature monitor in her trailer. Read More
Winter horse care demands a little more organization because of nutritional concerns that need to be addressed as temperatures drop. Read More
If this should ever happen to you, do not pull the nail or any foreign object which could get lodged into a hoof, without having radiographs first. Read More
The height of travel season is upon us and horses will soon be traveling throughout the U.S. and beyond for winter competition. Some horses don’t fare well during a long trip, be it heading south for the winter or across the state to traverse new trails. Read More

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