Dr. Hall will explain how to deal with common and unexpected horse health problems including lacerations, bandaging, colic and more. read more >
Pawing is a horse's way to express frustration with standing still and his desire to move.
This question was answered by Julie Goodnight in the September 2010 issue of Horse&Rider.
Q: I have a... read more >
The high excitement level of Dressage at Devon always cranks up a few more notches for the Grand Prix Freestyle, with a crowd that makes the evening crackle and horses who give their best when the... read more >
Southeastern Pennsylvania has one of the largest horse populations in the country. Unfortunately, many of them aren't well taken care of or are neglected.
That neglect usually takes the form of... read more >
Although pumpkins are not packed with nutrients---they are about 90 percent water---they do have a sweet flavor, and some horses develop a taste for them. But stick to feeding the fruit as a treat,... read more >
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