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Wild Mustangs: What You Can Do

Working with Sensei, a once-wild mustang stallion rounded up by the Bureau of Land Management,

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EDCC Reports EEE in Texas and WNV in Texas and Wisconsin

The Equine Disease Communication Center has reported EEE and WNV in Texas and WNV in Wisconsin.

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Rescued Standardbred Heals Wounds: Myrna’s Story

By: Lisa Schadt, President Manito Life Center Many years ago, when my riding school was fairly

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I’m Most Proud of My Horse’s…

You describe your horse’s most appealing physical or behavioral trait.

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Treasure Hunt: Equicaching

How many of us dreamed as a kid about secret pirate maps and finding buried treasure? Well, dreamers

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How to tie a Mud Knot

Keep your horse's tail clean with this vaquero tradition.

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Operation Gelding Receives Grant from AAEP Foundation to Expand Program

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Foundation has awarded the Unwanted Horse

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Small Business Loans for Women

There is a lot of money to be had for small-business development in the U.S., with banks, the

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Living on an Irregular Income

People who own or manage horse farms and stables often have less income in one season verses the

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Prevent Dehydration and Acute Mountain Sickness while Trail Riding

Some of the American West's most spectacular trails take riders to elevations of 10,000 feet or

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Beyond The Daddy of 'Em All

For most of us who are a part of Western culture and keep an eye on its events and happenings, we

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Your Horse’s Dental Care

Enhance your horse’s health with regular dental care. Here, we tell you how to spot equine dental

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A Summer of Trouble

USRider Member story: This USRider Member experienced a series of breakdowns. Here’s how USRider

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Reflections on a New Job and Sharing Good News

Unwanted Horse Coalition Blog with A Home for Every Horse. Reflections on a New Job and Sharing Good

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Deterrents for Cribbing Horses

Traditionally, cribbing has been considered a stable vice. "We are moving away from this

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