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The Best Way to Treat Abscesses

Abscesses in the hoof are especially painful. Learn how to make a poultice to help drain, thereby drawing out infection, promoting healing.

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Odd, Unusual and Bizarre Tack and Accessories

Some uncommon and even bizarre pieces of tack and accessories can be found in the horse industry. Here, we give you a look at just a few of them.

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The Smarter Rider: Accepting Life’s Challenges

Resisting things we can’t change causes us to suffer mentally. Accepting them helps us look at equestrian and life problems in a more constructive way.

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Effective Lungeing Exercises

Does winter weather have you arena-bound? Give these lungeing ideas and other fun indoor stuff to do with your horse to ease the boredom a try.

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Canadian Legends Reflect on the 1988 Olympics

Canada’s bronze medal-winning dressage team - Cindy Ishoy, Ashley Holzer, Gina Smith and Evi Pracht - reflects on their experiences at the 1988 Olympics.

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Steffen Peters’ Full Life

Steffen Peters has dominated the dressage scene in the United States, as his country’s top performer, for the better part of the 21st century.

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5 Tips for Improving Your Leg Aids

Here are five handy hints for developing better, more effective leg aids, so you stop losing your stirrups or gripping your horse’s sides.

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Kahla Ishoy: A Family Affair

The daughter of Olympic dressage medallist Cindy Ishoy and the late Neil Ishoy, Kahla Ishoy’s childhood memories are the stuff dressage dreams are made of.

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Preventing Snowballs

Compacted snowballs and ice in horses’ hooves can result in bruised soles and abscesses, and they also make horses dangerously prone to slipping.

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Feeding to Put on Weight

Try these equine nutritionist approved feeding strategies to help horses who are under-conditioned gain weight and become healthier.