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Bringing Horses Inside the Pen

A registered not-for-profit, Spirit Horse NL is based in Portugal Cove, Newfoundland, and stands for Supporting Peers In Recovery-based Interactive Therapy.

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Interval Training for Riders

A common barrier to instituting an exercise regimen is lack of time. Find out how to achieve maximum results in a minimum amount of time.

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Understanding Equine Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction

Equine Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction (PPID), is a better definition for the endocrine disorder commonly known as Cushing’s syndrome.

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Nutrition for Healthy Hooves

Understanding hoof nutrition from amino acids to zinc, plus a collection of products to keep your horse’s feet comfortable and looking great.

By: HMG
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Introducing the Double Bridle

How to recognize when your horse is ready for the double bridle, a dressage milestone, plus how to choose the right bridle and bitting options.

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Modern Treatments for Equine Arthritis

No horse is immune to arthritis, a debilitating condition caused by repetitive wear and tear, but modern treatments can help prolong comfort and soundness.

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Meaningful Round Pen Work

Josh Nichol shows us that the type of horse you are training will determine how to use the round pen in a meaningful way that will help them trust and learn

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How Climate Change Affects Horse Health

With temperatures trending higher and an increase in natural disasters and crop-threatening droughts, climate change is concerning for horse owners.

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Introducing the Flying Change

The flying change is one of those movements that defines the beginning of upper-level dressage training. Introduce it by keeping it simple.

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Increasing Core Strength for Riders

Core strength is particularly important for horseback riders. It keeps us centered over our horses during spooks, trips or other quick movements.