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Equine Education

Winter is a good time to condition your tack, give your horse a vacation, and put up your feet by the fire. But frigid weather and bad footing don't mean you can't improve your horsemanship



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Christmas Songs with a Horsey Twist

Horse & Rider readers respond to Sue Copeland's '12 Days of Christmas' column with some verses of their own.



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Equine Education Options

Whether you're 20, 40 or 60, you'll be amazed at just how easy it is to fit into an equine class at the local campus.



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Married with Horses: Hay is for Horses

What do our significant others think when they're first thrust into the horse world? Find out how one horse husband felt when he discovered the intricacies of hay.



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Married with Horses: Horse Poor and Happy

A horsewoman's husband learns firsthand what it's like to be "horse poor" when he goes without new shoes for six months, but the horses get shod every six weeks.



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20 Questions About Your New Horse

If you're in the market for a horse, it's extremely important to take your time and find one right for you. If you do find one that interests you, our author had listed 20 horse buying questions every potential horse owner should ask.



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Married with Horses: Behavior Training

A horsewoman's husband shares his first experience with "crab walking and whip waving" (aka "horse behavior training") in his column Married with Horses.



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Tax Tips for Donating Your Horse

If you're considering donating a horse, consider the following tax tips when seeking a deduction. By Elaine Pascoe for Horse & Rider magazine.



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Married with Horses: A Husband Shares His Story

Have you ever wondered how your spouse cares for your horses while you're out of town? Share a morning with a husband who is "married with horses." Written by Jeremy Law for EquiSearch.



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Finding More Time for Fun

Your already-demanding schedule probably includes a job and caring for your family, but you still must find time to keep your horse's environment clean and safe, his body healthy and fit and



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Vavra Remembers Special Spanish Foal

In this excerpt from his book Stallions of the Quest, equine photographer Robert Vavra remembers the birth of a special foal in Andalucia, Spain.



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Sergeant York Serves the U.S. Army With Honor

The black Standardbred gelding Sergeant York excels in the U.S. Army's most visible and poignant role. Written by Nicole Kraft for EQUUS magazine.



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Virginia Hunt Country Stable Tour

A horse enthusiast and her horse-tolerating husband travel to Virginia's hunt country to explore the awe-inspiring farms on the 45th Annual Hunt Country Stable Tour.



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If Clinicians Could Change the Horse Industry

What would you change about the horse industry? Expo attendees got the chance to ask top trainers and clinicians just that at the Virginia Equine Extravaganza in Richmond, Va., May 1, 2004. Written by Kate Lindon for EquiSearch.



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Rocky Mountain Cowboy for a Week

Twenty tourists forget their day jobs as they become cowboys in Banff, Canada, on a weeklong adventure horseback trip. Written by Cheyenne Steffen.



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