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SBS Equine Products Releases a Powerful Disinfectant

SBS Equine Products has introduced a powerful new veterinary disinfectant to help reduce spread of dangerous pathogens on hard, nonporous surfaces. BIOCHECK Anti-Bacterial Cleaner cleans, disinfects, and...

Glossary of Equine Terms - F

Farrier: Skilled craftsman who shoes horses. Feathering: Long hair on the lower legs and fetlocks. Abundant on heavy horse breeds. Fell Pony: One of the nine native...

Equine Conformation Part 2

The legs could be said to be the most important part of the horse, for if a horse has weakness or bad conformation in his legs, his athletic ability is...

Glossary of Equine Terms - I

Icelandic Horse: Ancient breed of horse originating in Iceland. Known as versatile riding horses, exhibiting a unique gait, the tolt, or running walk. Impulsion: Strong but controlled forward...

Glossary of Equine Terms - N

Native Ponies: Another name for the Mountain and Moorland breeds of the UK - i.e. New Forest, Exmoor, Dartmoor, Highland, Fell, Dale, Shetland, Connemara and Welsh. Navicular Bone:...

Understand Equine Insurance

If your horse colicked tomorrow and needed emergency surgery, could you afford it? If he died suddenly, could you afford to replace him? What if he got loose at a...

Glossary of Equine Terms - Q

Quadrille: Performance given by a team of four, six, eight or more riders, involving riding an intricate pattern to music. Quarter Horse: Breed of horse, originating in the...

Equine Education Options

Judy Dawley, a children's therapist, began riding at age 50 and later realized her childhood dream of owning a horse. She felt she owed it...

Glossary of Equine Terms - H

Habit: Traditional riding attire for sidesaddle riders. Hack: (i) A type rather than a breed, hacks are elegant riding horses, popular in the show ring in England. (ii)...

Equine Food Pyramid

Nearly everyone has seen or heard of the USDA's food pyramid for people. The original food pyramid gave recommendations for carbohydrates, proteins and fats in "servings," and...

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