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How to Safely Paste Deworm Your Horse

Don't let it turn into a sticky situation, know how to safely paste deworm your horse from the Certified Horsemanship Association

How to size and use a VenTECH Cinch

In this video from Professional's Choice, learn to correctly size and use a VenTECH Cinch. In addition, discover the benefits of the breathable lining that removes for...

Learn How to Fit Horse Boots with the Certified Horsemanship Association

This safety tip brought to you by the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) deals with correctly and safely fitting sports medicine boots, bell boots and split boots...

How to Size and Apply Sports Medicine Boots

In this how-to video from Professional's Choice learn to correctly size and apply Sports Medicine Boots on your horse to ensure optimum protection and support under...

Webinar: Equine First Aid: How to Handle Common Emergencies

Watch this webinar on equine first aid presented by Jeff Hall, DVM, Equine Technical Services, Zoetis.

Moving Both Ends of a Colt

Watch as Clinton Anderson shows you how to get both ends of your colt moving during your first ride.

Saddle Fitting Tip: Step 9 - Saddle Tree Width

The tree width should be wide enough for the saddle to fit when the horse is in movement.

Saddle Fitting Tip: Does My Custom Made Saddle Need to be Adjusted?

Does your 'Custom' Made Saddle require adjustments to your horse? Watch Jochen Schleese's latest video excerpt discussing why this is a must over a horse's career.

Saddle Fitting Tip: Step 2 - Wither Clearance

Clearance at the withers should be 2-3 fingers for normal withers, mutton withers will have more clearance, and high withers will have less clearance. Clearance should be...

Mane 'n Tail Spray 'n Braid

Don't let braiding take all day: Watch how to use Mane 'n Tail Spray 'n Braid from Straight Arrow for tighter braids, neater banding and easier mane training.

Saddle Fitting Tip: Traumatizing Your Horse?

The physical signs of saddle fit trauma are more easily apparent than the psychological signs. Signs that your horse is in pain include head tossing, bucking, stumbling,...

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