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EquiSearch's Ask the Vet: Hoof Size

Question: I have a 7-year-old Paint/Quarter Horse gelding who is a large horse with a small foot. Would letting him go barefoot increase the size of his hoof? Answer: This can...

Handling Reins

We communicate with our horses primarily through the reins, and yet our instructions to our horses are often too abrupt and hurried to get the results we...

Iron Spring Farm Releases Breeding DVD

Coatesville, Pa., April 11, 2006 -- Iron Spring Farm has just released a new DVD, "Guide to Successful Breeding with AI." The professionally produced DVD offers mare owners and breeders...

100 Day Test for Sport Horse Stallion Approval

In most warmblood breed registries, after passing an initial in-hand inspection, a stallion is required to prove his performance potential before being approved for breeding. The method using results from...

Preventing Strangles

Good barn management is essential to maintaining a strangles-free zone. High-traffic barns need safeguards to make sure new arrivals are not infected (including horses coming back from shows,...

How Much Salt Do Horses Need?

[/caption] Reader's Question: How much salt does the average horse need per day? I quit giving my two horses a salt block because it was gone in a few days--they ate...

The Saddle Evolves

[/caption] Discomfort and riding are old partners. So it's no mystery why horsemen through time devised soft pads and supportive saddles to make riding more of a pleasure and less of...

Riders Announced for the 2012 George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session presented by USHJA and Adequan

[/caption] The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) will ring in the New Year with the sixth annual George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session presented by the United States Hunter...

Sand Colic

[/caption] Psyllium, made from the seed of the fleawort plant, swells and becomes gelatinous when moist. Psyllium is a proven laxative in humans and pigs, and many people feed it to...

Lead Changes with Charlie Cole

If you’re looking to establish solid basics in your lead change, be sure to pick up a copy of “Teach Your Horse to Change Leads” with experts Charlie Cole and...

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