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Social Media and Defamation

Lawyer Catherine E. Willson explains what you need to know about defamation in the horse world, so can protect yourself, on both sides of the fence.

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Equine Self-Mutilation Syndrome

Equine Self-Mutilation Syndrome is a type of stereotypy like cribbing, weaving, stall-walking or lip-flapping, generally associated with compromised welfare

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Tiny Packages, Big Problems

Miniature horses are built exactly like their full-sized fellow equines, but along with their small stature come some unique health problems.

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Kevin Staut: Making the World a Better Place

French show jumper Kevin Staut believes in five fundamental values of performance sport: Passion, Excellence, Performance, Ethics, and Perseverance

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30 Point Trailer Safety Check

Follow this essential checklist for horse, vehicle and trailer to ensure you and your horse arrive safe and sound every time you travel.

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Bitless Bridles Reviewed

Is your horse a candidate for a bitless bridle? Find out how to choose one that will offer a good combination of comfort and control.

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Meaningful Round Pen Training – Part 2

In part two of his meaningful round pen work series, Josh Nichol explains how to direct your horse effectively, once you’ve gained his focus.

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How to Improve Your Horse’s Ground Manners

Instilling proper manners through groundwork adds to the everyday enjoyment of spending time with your equine partner. Learn how to do it safely.

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Improve Your Sitting Trot

A bouncy, unstable sitting trot is not only uncomfortable, it’s also hard on both your and your horse’s joints, spine and back muscles.

By: Anne Gage
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Treating Veterans with Equine-Assisted Therapy

Equine-assisted therapy is gaining popularity for people with PTSD, including war veterans. How can it help, and who is regulating its practice?