Drop-In Horse Care: Set Yourself Up for Success

If you own horses and need to be away from home, hiring a horse sitter for drop-in care may be ideal for you. Here are some tips for finding the perfect caretaker and how to…

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10 Signs of Nutrient Deficiencies in Horses

As a horse owner, you’re probably quick to notice when something seems not-quite-right with your horse. But figuring out exactly what it is can take weeks (or even months) to get to the bottom of.…

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Choosing the Right Fencing for Your Horse

Problems with horse fencing happen all too often. In April of last year, an unusual sight appeared off a roadway in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Two horses had escaped their fencing and were spotted peacefully…

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Treating Thrush in Horses – Tried and Tested Solutions

When I asked the members of the Facebook Group, Horse Care on a Budget, what they dislike most about horse care the answer was unequivocally MUD! Not only does it make daily barn chores and riding…

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Teach Your Horse to Stand Still While Mounting

Your horse moves off because he anticipates what you’ll want him to do next. He knows that when you land in the saddle, work is about to start. So he moves off, ready to ride…but…you…

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