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Here are the seven things to teach your horse to keep your trail outings as harmonious and enjoyable as possible.
Protect your horses from winter's wicked winds.
The first autumn frost brings some short-term health hazards that need watching.
Can't keep your senior horse at home, but don't want to give him up? Find him a new home as companion horse.
Do you have a horse who reacts violently to the noise or sensation of being sprayed with fly spray? Here are four steps for easing his fear.
Do your trail rides have to end where the public road begins? Not after our endurance rider expert shares her tips for safely riding your horse across roads and in traffic.
Whether it was a full-day show, or a long trail ride, here's how to care for your horse the day after a taxing ride.
A young horse may eat feces for a variety of reasons, none of which are cause for alarm.
If your horse's breath makes you cringe, investigate the possible causes of the problem.
A horse who eats on the trail isn't paying attention to his rider. Here's how to redirect his focus.
If you will be trailering a horse in the summer, these tips will help keep your horse cool during transport.
Make your run-in shed a "no fly zone" by using these fly control tips to protect your outdoor dwelling equines from the summer's worst offenders.
As your horse heals from any type of wound, watch closely for these five signs of infection.
Choosing a joint supplement for your horse? Start by checking out the label and learning more about the ingredients the supplement contains.
Is your horse not responding to your voice like he used to? Use these simple tasks to help tell if he's losing his hearing.
Mold and mildew can have a devastating effect on your tack. Here's how to inhibit their growth in your tack room and protect your tack investment.
Here are 10 ways to safeguard your horse from developing this potentially fatal hoof condition. From EQUUS magazine.
Escaping muddy horse pastures may be difficult for some, but here are some tips to minimize the effects of mud this spring.
Here's how to investigate the strange noises your horse may be making as he works.
To keep your horse hydrated in the summer months, tend to his waterers and troughs to make sure he has easy, safe access to clean water at all times.
As you sort through your barn's medicine chest, follow these guidelines to ensure equine medications are stored properly.
Learn the essential hay terms to help you shop smarter when purchasing hay.