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101 Uses for Baling Twine (Almost)

[/caption] Sometimes it seems that the barn is being over-run with baling twine. Every time you open another bale of hay, two more lengths of twine end up on the floor!...

Showmanship: Test of Lines and Details

Showmanship Pattern: Enter arena and walk to marker 1. Stop. Turn and jog diagonally across the arena, and set up with the rest of the class. When called, walk halfway to the judge. Stop,...

Pessoa Celebrates 18th Anniversary Sponsorship of the Pessoa/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Finals

The 68th annual Pennsylvania National Horse Show, held viagra professional scam at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in Harrisburg, PA, is underway.The two-week event kicks off with...

Bridling Your Horse

Very Best Bridling Etiquite When your horse learns that opening his mouth gets you to remove your fingers, he'll open his mouth willingly....

Amigo by Horseware Ireland Announces Sweepstakes Winner

August 13, 2009 -- Horseware® Ireland announces the winner of the online Amigo® sweepstakes. Roxanne Gile of Virginia was randomly selected to receive $1,500 in Amigo products through the contest. Gile,...

Conformation Clinic: 2- and 3-Year-Old Mares

When evaluating halter horses, I look for overall balance first, and my priorities are to find the strongest topline that carries down through a powerful hip and correct hind leg. That...

Fall Trail Riding Tips

Detour AheadDry, fallen limbs and brittle, shifting foliage can block trails in the fall. Here are a few safety tips for handling small natural obstructions on the trail: Do...

Showmanship Tip

[/caption] Daydreaming Dilemma If your horse doesn't stay awake in showmanship class, here's a tip that's helped me keep my horse alert. Before you enter the arena, smear a thin coat of...

Ride Bridleless with Lynn Palm

[/caption] You may think that you control your horse with the bridle and bit, but that assumption is actually only partially true. After all, your horse’s “engine” and turning apparatus are...

Once More into the Show Pen

[/caption] The year I was a scrawny 10-year-old, back in the 1960s, I showed my little black mare, Lucky, at halter in a class of five at our local county fair. I...

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