Donna Marie West
As long as your horse doesn’t have any kind of illness or injury, chances are he can benefit from stretching. Keep reading to learn some new stretches.
You probably know that good nutrition is an important part of keeping your horse healthy. But how do you know your horse is eating what he should?
Now that you have an idea of your horse’s general shape, take the time to examine the most important part of his conformation: his legs.
Conformation varies from breed to breed and horse to horse, but certain qualities are desirable and certain faults, not so much.
The weather is terrible. You're recovering from an injury. Or maybe you're bored with riding around and around the same old arena. What do y
Being the active – yet fragile – animals they are, horses are subject to a variety of lumps and bumps, such as bone spavin, hives, and more.
To pass your EC rider test you will need to buy the handbooks recommended for your level and type of riding, and you will need to take some lessons.
You've been training your horse for ages. You've even taken him to a show or two, only to come home empty-handed. Sure, participating is mor
Part two on how to pass your Equine Canada, EC, Rider Tests with the help of Learn to Ride Programs. See part one for the introduction to this article.
A horse sporting a swollen leg? What is causing it? As big and strong as horses are, their legs are quite sensitive and subject to a variety of problems.
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