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Adding Oil to Feed

Find out about how to boost the calories in your horse’s diet to help put on weight by adding oil to his feed, and the other benefits oil can have.

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A Hitch in the Giddyup

A horse with stringhalt can look perfectly normal standing in a stall or pasture. But when it moves at a walk or slow trot, this is when things change.

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Spotlight On Septic Arthritis

Septic arthritis, a debilitating disease caused by a bacterial infection in a horse’s joint, requires immediate and aggressive treatment when diagnosed.

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Humour: Music Management

An often overlooked, yet very important decision each day, is deciding what music you’re going to play on the barn stereo system.

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The Dream Club

The Hastings Racing Club makes owning a racehorse a possibility for just $250.

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Getting Inside the Gut

In this article, experts at the Ontario Veterinary College look for better ways to diagnose gastrointestinal tract problems in horses.

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Saving Mickey Blue Eyes

Aside from his name – Mickey Blue Eyes – little was known of his history, but by the looks of him, it wasn’t hard to fill in some of the blanks.

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Rider Fitness: Hips and Knees

Restorative exercise specialist Terry Ford provides exercises for the hips and knees designed to improve your position in the saddle.

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How Can I Tell that my Horse has a Gastric Ulcer?

Western College of Veterinary Medicine’s Fernando J. Marqués, DVM, explains what can cause a gastric ulcer and how to prevent them.

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How to Use Spurs Effectively

Learn how to use spurs properly to refine your leg aids.