Resources

Upcycle Your Feed Sacks

Before you toss out these everyday items, check out the many ways you can re-use them.



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Exploring Equine Education

A look at collegiate programs that allow students to combine a passion for horses with academics



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Self-Lifting Feet

Pat Parelli shares the steps to overcome resistance when picking up a horse’s feet.



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Holiday Gift Guide

The holiday shopping season is upon us! To help get you started, we’ve rounded up 23 gift ideas for the horsepeople on your list. Shop for the barn buddies and kids on your list, decorate your home, stuff those stockings, and don’t forget your special equine friend.



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Gift Ideas for Riders

Fun to give, great to get, these gift inspirations will help you delight every rider on your list.



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Off the Track to Over Fences: Priscilla Godsoe

So you just brought a Thoroughbred into your life—but can he do what you think he can? The Thoroughbred is a very versatile breed, and when I say this, I mean that the personality, the "blood,"...



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Equine Comeback Challenge: Jessica Flaherty and Robyn

Meet Jessica Flaherty and Robyn. This pair is participating in A Home For Every Horse's Equine Comeback Challenge at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show on October 14th. Teaming 10 local trainers with 10 rescue horses, this 90-day challenge promotes adoption, local horse rescues and awareness to the untapped potential of these talented horses.



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Dual Book Review: Sgt. Reckless, America’s War Horse; and Reckless, the Racehorse Who Became a Marine Corps Hero

On July 26, 2013, a statue was unveiled at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, Virginia. The statue was of a hero, of course, but a most unusual hero . . . a heroine, actually—a...



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Book Review: John Blackburn?s Healthy Stables by Design

Not many books can be ?all things to all people,? but for horse people, John Blackburn?s Healthy Stables by Design, written with Beth Herman, comes close. At first look, it is a coffee table book filled



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Book Review: Timber Ridge Riders Series for Readers 9-13

Women of ?a certain age? grew up reading books by Walter Farley, who portrayed the horse world accurately and created exciting plots that were sometimes a little far-fetched, but very believable at



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AVMA’s Thanksgiving Tips for Pet Owners

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) provides top tips that will leave pet owners thankful they don't have to make a trip to the animal ER this holiday...



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How to Clean and Condition a Saddle

Use tips from a leather-care pro to protect your saddle investment.



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Gymnastic Exercise to Soften Your Horse's Jaw

Soften your horse's jaw to start controlling his bend and the balance in his shoulders in this gymnastic exercise from Leslie Webb's book Build a Better Athlete!



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A Horse Owner's Guide to Dog Care

With these basic guidelines you can make sure your barn buddies stay as happy and healthy as your horse.



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Happy Mother's Day

Nancy Shulins is the author of Falling for Eli. Read a review of the book here Nancy Shulins and Eli | Photo Courtesy Nancy Shulins As an infertile woman consigned to the suburbs, I developed a dread of kid-centric holidays that began with Halloween



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