Unbroken young horses should have sensitive mouths and a fair degree of natural coordination and balance when first ridden, which ...

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How to Long-Rein Your Horse

If you notice a tiny tuft of hair sticking up in your horse’s coat, you’ll probably assume it’s a fly ...

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How to Identify and Manage Ringworm

Equine influenza is not the most dangerous disease that your horse may succumb to, and most horses recover quickly and ...

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How to Identify and Manage Equine Influenza

It’s widely accepted among the equestrian community that horses are happiest and healthiest when they are kept outside at pasture ...

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How Often Should You Turn Your Horse Out?

The horse’s respiratory system provides him with the oxygen that’s essential for all cell functions throughout the horse’s body, including ...

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About Your Horse’s Respiratory System

When the lighter evenings and warmer weather arrive, you can look forward to taking off your horse’s rugs and riding ...

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How to Manage Flies Around Horses

Every horse owner has seen their horse standing in his stable or field, head hanging, lip flapping, eyes closed. But ...

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How do Horses Sleep Standing Up?

If you compete on grass, your horse might struggle to keep his balance on days when the ground is slippery, ...

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How, When and Why to Use Studs

The word “navicular” is not something that any horse owner wants to hear. But if you compete in dressage classes ...

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How to Identify and Manage Navicular

Although it’s preferable to allow your horse to spend as much time as possible roaming freely around a field or ...

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How to Keep Your Horse Happy When Stabled