Here are nine tips from grooming professionals who have seen pretty much everything and know how to keep horses happy and comfortable.
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The program at Gina Smith's Franklands Farm has turned out some well-prepared horsepeople ready for their own careers.
How to securely wrap a hoof abscess, heel wound, or coronary band injury – and how to keep it clean and dry.
If your horse has a debilitating disease or injury and is facing lengthy treatment or 'jail time', having a plan and getting support can help.
Have no idea what autonomous sensory meridian response is all about? Canadian para-dressage rider Bert Sheffield explains.
This summer saw some awesome competition and casual #OOTD being sported in and out of the ring; here are a few of our fave looks.
While a shiny coat is a must, make sure that your horse's white socks are also eye-catching - for all the right reasons!
What your vet wants you to pack in your travel equine first-aid kit to deal with three common emergency situations: colic, choke, and cuts.
Here are some tips from a pro groom for assembling the necessities and emergency items to have handy this show season.
It's a reality that showing can be stressful: here are some tips to surround yourself and your horse with a calming atmosphere.
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