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Dealing with a "Lippy" Horse

A natural horsemanship trainer explains how to manage a mouthy horse. | MORE

Are Markings Inherited?

An expert in equine color genetics explains how pedigree influences the presence and positioning of white markings. | MORE

Breaking Bad Gate Behaviors

A horse who pulls, slows or balks by the gate can be dangerous. Here's how to break that habit. | MORE

Flushing Equine Wounds: The First Step in Treatment

Thoroughly rinsing a wound is a critical first step in keeping infection at bay. | MORE

How to Keep your Horse’s Tail Healthy

Your horse's tail is more than just pretty. Keep a close eye on the underside of his tailbone to ensure the area is healthy. | MORE

Four Things to Toss from your Feed Room

When your feed room is in disarray, start the clean up by pitching these items. | MORE

A Seaside Surgery

When a rescued colt requires delicate surgery in Mexico, the best location is outside in the ocean air. | MORE

The Solitary Horse

Have just enough space, money or time for one horse? Here’s what you need to know if you’re thinking of going it alone. | MORE

Identifying legitimate equine rescue organizations

An equine rescue experts offer insights to help you determine if a particular rescue group is legitimate effort to help horses or a shady scam. | MORE

Handling Splinters in Horses

A sliver of wood under your horse"s skin can lead to a serious infection and complications. | MORE

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