Video: Acute Laminitis
Can you recognize acute laminitis symptoms? How can you help your horse if he has equine laminitis or displays acute laminitis symptoms?
In this video from the Animal...
CSI Saddle Pads
MyHorse takes a look at CSI Saddle Pads. They utilize technology unlike any other saddle pad on the market. Check out this video to learn what this Missouri-based company...
Saddle Fitting Tip: Step 7 - Saddle Straightness
A saddle should not fall off to one side when viewed from the front or back. Tree points should be positioned behind both scapuale (shoulder blades).
Selecting a Rope: Part II
Al Benson of Fast Back Ropes talks about having different ropes on hand for different situations you may encounter. Find out why you should consider having multiple...
The Cinch Hook
This handy little gizmo makes cinching and uncinching horses safer and easier than ever before. Watch the video to see how this new invention works.
How to: Attach the Breastcollar and Back Cinch
Watch the video for important breastcollar and back-cinch attachment and fitting tips from the Certified Horsemanship Association, as explained by Brent Morgan, CHA...
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
Weaver Leather Miracle Collar
MyHorse.com takes a look at Weaver Leather's Miracle Collar. Learn how this great product can curb your horse's cribbing habit.
Equine Vital Signs and How to Take Them
This video will explain equine vital signs, how to take them safely, what the ranges should be for each and much more!
Saddle Fitting Tip: Step 5 - Billet Alignment
The saddle's billets should hang perpendicular to the ground so that the girth is not angled (forwardwards or backwards) and is allowed to be positioned properly. The...
Video: Understanding Equine Laminitis: How Does Laminitis Or Founder Affect Your Horse?
Laminitis is a complex disease that can have many causes, including Equine Metabolic Syndrome and Cushing's Disease or "PPID." It is crucial to develop an understanding...