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Study Helps Horse Owners Recognize The Facial Expressions Of Pain

90% of horses will be affected by lameness at some point. Experienced equestrians know the signs to watch for: a hitching gait; short, uneven stride; or hesitation during riding can all be tip-offs that your horse is in pain. But what if there was a way for o...

Understanding Your Horse’s Body Language

You may not speak the same language, but that doesn’t mean you can’t understand exactly what your horse is thinking. You know what he wants when he nickers before dinner or rubs his head against your hand, but not all his thoughts are so clearly c...

6 Tips For Improving Your Horse’s Coat, Mane, And Tail

Does your horse have a dull coat, a short mane, or a wispy tail? Part of it may be genetics, but the...

Learn To Style Your Horse’s Mane With These 6 Popular Designs

Do you ever look at a show horse’s mane and wonder how certain looks were accomplished? Some style...

How To Teach Your Children To Behave Around Horses

Whether you’re sharing your passion with your kids or being around horses is something new fo...

5 Ways To NOT Get Kicked By A Horse

Horses kick for a number of reasons, and their powerful back legs are nothing to scoff at. A well-p...

5 Tips To Help Your Senior Horse Live The Best Possible Life

With advancements in veterinary medicine, horses are living into their late 20s and early 30s. But ...

7 Tips For Helping Your Horse Manage A Snake Bite

Did you know that 90% of snake bites (in the northern hemisphere) occur between April and October? D...

7 Tips For Getting Back In The Saddle

Have you been away from horses for months, years, or decades, but lately you find yourself fantasizi...

5 Tips For Buying Your First Horse

So, you’ve done your homework and decided you’re ready to buy your first horse. What should you...