Using Electrolytes for Horses in Winter

You Can Lead a Horse to Water – and Help Him Stay Hydrated with Electrolytes.  Guest Post By Bonnie Jeter.  The start of the new year has been a particularly cold one, even for southernmost…

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Evaluating Conformation of a Dressage Prospect

Dressage horses are the ballerinas of equine sport; they must possess strength and balance, yet remain supple and relaxed even during the most difficult movements. While most horses are capable of competing at the lower…

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The Dirt on Cleaning – Add a Little Baking Soda to The Mix

Guest post by Bonnie Jeter.  More and more, health conscious consumers are looking for safe, all-natural alternatives to often expensive–sometimes toxic–products made to clean, shine, and deodorize; horse owners are no exception. For an inexpensive,…

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How To Ride More, Shop Less & Still Cook Dinner

For years I had good intentions of regularly making healthy, home cooked meal only to find myself rushing home from the barn (always later than expected!) to an empty fridge, and then falling back on…

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How to Boost Your Dressage Scores

Guest post by Christa from piaffestyle.com. Going to shows is always more or less nerve wrecking, but there are ways you can lessen your nervousness and bathroom breaks (due to nervous bladder or course). Dressage tests…

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