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Fly gear is the unsung hero of the horse world. As you use it to protect your horse from irritating and disease-carrying flies during peak season, you unknowingly do much more to keep him comfortable.
Because many store-bought and homemade fly repellents only protect for up to a few hours, protective horsewear is a must. A well-fitted fly mask, like Cashel Company’s Crusader Fly Mask, keeps bugs out of horses’ eyes.
You can save $100s, even $1,000s on vet-care costs with simple changes to your everyday routine.
Recent research developments are shifting some of the focus from gastric ulceration to hindgut ulceration
For competitors, protecting their horses’ health must be a priority at all times, not just when it’s convenient.
Emma Hardy, PhD answers a reader question.
USDF gold medalist Gigi Nutter gives advice on how to keep a talented dressage horse content.
Here's what to include in your 'groom-on-the-go' kit.
Confused by all the formulas out there? Here are the most common ingredients in joint nutraceuticals, what they do and the recommended levels
Hoof dressings serve a number of purposes, including one that might surprise you!