Over the years everyone has told you what TO wear on your dude ranch vacation, but has anyone ever told you what NOT to wear? With first-hand experience, Top50 Ranches is here to alert you of What NOT to Wear on your dude ranch vacation
Even if you're blessed with a good wash-stall arrangement, bathing your horse is a time-consuming job. You know the routine: Hose the horse down. Mix shampoo in a bucket. Sponge and scrub down the horse. Rinse. Enter sprayer systems. For ease of giving a bath, we give this new method a huge ?thumbs up.
Climbing on-board a living, breathing animal that has a mind of its own, and asking it to carry you through the countryside ? and even move cattle ? is extreme enough in itself when you think about it. But if you're looking for even more adventure and a once in a lifetime experience, we highlight the most extreme to really get the adrenaline pumping.
Horse owners often ask equine nutritionist Dr. Juliet Getty about the safety of offering common foods as treats. Carrots have naturally come up in discussion, but also French fries, garlic bread, and even chocolate. What's safe and what's not may surprise anyone who has ever extended a chunk of apple to an eager horse.
Launched in January 2010, DiscoverHorses.com is a vibrant new website created to introduce people to the wonderful world of horses and encourage them to become involved. The site is a unique partnership of the Equine Network, American Quarter Horse Association, United States Equestrian Federation and the Kentucky Horse Park, with content contributions from several other horse industry organizations and associations.