Advice

Feeding the Neglected Horse

If you find yourself caring for a horse that’s been neglected and is in a starved condition, be mindful that feeding too much, too soon can hurt and even kill him. Researchers at U.C. Davis recommend a gradual phase-in of feeding, using alfalfa or alfalfa-mix hay.



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Jill Newcomb at the 2014 AQHA World Show

AQHA judge and all-around trainer Jill Newcomb discusses what it takes to prepare to officiate a World Show, shares what a judge's day is like, and talks about how it affects a trainer's customers.



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Leslie Lange at the 2014 AQHA World Show

Curious about trainer Leslie Lange's mental game and how she approaches preparation for the AQHA World Show? Find out in this interview.



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Editor's Pick: Beyond Horse Massage Wall Chart

Have you always been curious about horse massage, but have never known how to incorporate it into your maintenance routine? Jim Masterson’s wall chart makes it easier to incorporate bodywork practices into your horse's maintenance program.



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Clean Gear = Comfortable Horse

Use early evenings and inclement conditions to your advantage and catch up on horsekeeping chores, like cleaning equipment. A clean, well-conditioned saddle and bridle look terrific, but the more important benefit is greater comfort for your horse.



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Gallop Poll: Rescued a Horse?

In this month's Gallop Poll, we want to know your experience with rescue horses. Have you rescued a neglected horse or adopted one that had been rescued? Share your answer in this month's poll and see the results in our March 2015 issue.



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Your Best Show

Use these six insights to ensure that you and your horse have the best show experience possible.



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Easy Ways to Avoid Big Vet Bills

You can save $100s, even $1,000s on vet-care costs with simple changes to your everyday routines.



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Salt Supplement Ups Intake

To encourage your horse to drink water throughout the winter try some of these tricks. Water intake can affect your horse's likelihood of colicing, tying-up, or experiencing hypothermia.



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Navicular or Not?

If your horse has heel pain, a problem with his navicular bone is just one of many possible explanations. Learn why an accurate diagnosis is the key to successful treatment.



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Do the Hula-Hoop Lope

This relaxing exercise will help you learn how to be more confident and supple at the lope.



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Ice Boots Make for Happy Legs

Cold and compression help keep your horse’s legs fresh and recovered for every training session.



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Acupressure: Worth Considering?

This alternative therapy is closely related to acupucture, with some key differences.


Jul 29, 2014

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Love to Own: Hours Yours And Mine

Read about the March 2013 Love to Own Horse, Hours Yours And Mine, AKA "Blondie."



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Editor's Pick: Beyond Horse Massage DVD

Have you always been curious about horse massage, but have never known how to incorporate it into your maintenance routine? Jim Masterson’s DVD program takes viewers through step-by-step bodywork practices and routines. Read and learn more about our November 2014 Editor's Pick.


Nov 05, 2014

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