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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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.
Now is the perfect time to encourage hair growth and repair dry, damaged manes and tails so that they are full and glossy for show season.
The recent extreme cold snap has been difficult for horse owners; Cathy Inch at Foothills Farm shares how they handle the bitter temps.
'Tis the season for shipping south to Florida or overseas for the winter shows; here is some advice from the experts to ensure happy travels.
This former FEI groom also offers some handy hacks for keeping it all organized to prevent show-day stress and panic.
Scurfy skin problems can happen in the fall as the weather changes; here are some common ones and how to deal with them.
The summer show season is finally over and it's time to prepare for the coming winter (sigh) by cleaning, inspecting and stashing your tack.
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