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In addition to OnCall, we have lifelong, dedicated horsemen and women directing Horse Journal’s editorial content, so you know you’re getting expert equine information. Navicular horse? You may want to talk with your veterinarian after you read Dr. Grant Miller’s discussion about Tildren, which is finally available in the U.S.!
Just getting back in the saddle after the long winter and wet spring? Three-day eventing trainer John Strassburger tells you why building strength is so important in your horses – and explains how to do it.
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And here’s what they’re telling us about our new online format:
“Horse Journal’s conversion to a subscriber digital format was simply brilliant!”
“More articles! More information! News! Unbiased recommendations! Thank you!”
“Thank you, Horse Journal, for advice I can take to the bank. I LOVE your Equestrian Shopper. It’s THE place to be on the Internet, with solid information on what works and what doesn’t.”
“Thank you, Horse Journal, for helping keep my barn budget under control!”
Here’s a sample of what we’ve offered lately:
- Magnesium: http://horse-journal.com/article/supplementing-magnesium-21294 – You’ve heard about its almost miraculous benefits to cresty-necked, overweight horses, but are the label recommendations enough to get the job done? We have the answer.
- Hoof Dressing:http://horse-journal.com/article/hoof-dressing-16601 – Some of us like to finish off our grooming session with a quick flick of the hoof-dressing brush to have shiny, pretty hooves. But, is it worth the time and money?
- VersZa Fork:http://horse-journal.com/article/pitch-fork-decisions-16547 – This revolutionary new pitch fork is far from inexpensive, but our test barns gave it thumbs up. Find out why.
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