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.
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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.
REMT Janet Storey explains how to turn grooming sessions into an opportunity to spot soreness, increase circulation and improve muscle function.
You can find most of these products in your kitchen, and have fun incorporating them into your grooming routine.
Even if your horse is not clipped you can spruce her up to make her presentable for a show or clinic in chilly weather.
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