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A Horse Of Your Own

What's Your Horse Thinking?

Animal scientist Temple Grandin, PhD, offers insights into your horse's thoughts and feelings--and how they affect his behavior.


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Six Key Horse-Hunting Questions

Looking for a new trail horse? Here are six key questions to ask the owner from top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight.


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Easing Your Horse into Retirement

Putting an old horse ?out to pasture? is unnecessary and even unwise. Instead, consider his needs as well as your own and craft a customized retirement plan that keeps him active and content.



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What is the Most Important Trait You Look for in a Horse?

Riders share what they consider first when buying or leasing a new partner.



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Your Aging Horse: Conditioning

Just as in people, the benefits of exercise for aging horses are myriad and self-reinforcing. From EQUUS magazine



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Enjoy Your Horse on a Budget

Tightened your belt, but still hungry for fun? Check out these appealing, affordable horsey activities that won't hurt your budget.


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The Rest of a Cure: How a Senior Horse Helped a Woman Live Again

Jerrie Kelly, a breast cancer survivor, tells the story of her senior horse, Phalcon.


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Young Horse Development Project

October 4, 2012--The AQHA Ranching Council awards inaugural project winners and announces 2012 foal recipients.



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The Companion Horse

Can't keep your senior horse at home, but don't want to give him up? Find him a new home as companion horse.


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AQHA Beginners Guide to Showing

Ready to get started in the Western show ring? The American Quarter Horse Journal has the information you need.


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