Advice

Advice

No More Bucking!

Horses buck for various reasons. Here are solutions to help fix the problem, whatever the cause.



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Feed for Laminitis-Prone Mare

What’s the safest way to put weight on a mare that’s thin—but has had problems with laminitis?



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Blanket Know-How

Demystify the blanket-buying process with our tested tips and guide to blanket lingo.



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Trailer Tricks

Here’s how to maximize your base of operations when your parked trailer has to do it all.



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How to Take a Photo That Sells

Learn how a few extra minutes and a little elbow grease can take your next sale-ad photo to a professional level.



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Springtime Shells to Maximize Protection

Select a jacket that’ll have you ready to take on any variable spring riding throws your way.



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Beat Burnout

All work and no play…can make for a sour horse and a burned-out rider. If you’re schooling and competing heavily this summer, make sure to set time aside at least once a month to keep your horse fresh—and your own disposition sunnier.



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Slay the Fear Dragon

Fear doesn’t have to keep you out of the saddle. Here’s help that’ll give your confidence a leg back up.



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Water Saver

In the heat of summer especially, standing water is more prone to algae growth. If you water your horse with a trough, here’s a quick and easy way to save gallons of water.



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Test Your Trail Smarts

When it comes to trail riding, how does your savvy rank? Find out by taking our quiz.



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Breast-Collar Buff

Learn the ins and outs of breast collars to become a specialist on this popular piece of riding equipment.



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Tack-Room Organizers

Tidy-up your tack situation with organizers that accommodate your riding gear.



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Save Your Knees

If your knees hurt after a long trail ride, you're not alone! Try these saddle hacks to make your ride more comfortable.



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PSSM—What Is It, Can It Be Cured?

Horses with this condition need the right diet plus exercise to minimize episodes of ‘tying-up.’



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Toxic Temptations

Though they may appeal to your eye, certain plants and trees can be toxic to your horse. Check out this list of no-no greeneries.



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