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The Inadvertent Rescuer

Andrea Harrison says she never set out to be a horse “rescuer,” and yet, her home has become a safe haven for several horses in need of sanctuary.

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What Happens When Wild Horses Meet Domestic Horses

Robyn Szybunka gets another lesson on the differences between wild horses and domestic horses when she introduces her young mustangs to her stock horses.

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Meet Joey Gee, Ontario’s Newest Top 10 Thoroughbred Owner

Joe Guerrieri (Joey Gee), the new owner of the former Gardiner Farms, cracked the top 10 in the Woodbine Thoroughbred owner rankings in 2018.

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Springtime Horse Grooming Tips

It’s the most hair, dirt, muck and grime filled time of the year. Here’s some advice for getting yourself and your horse out clean in the end.

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Breeder Awards Case Study: Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania breeding industry was declining rapidly without a long-term agreement, but recent changes have the state on the verge of a second wind.

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Teach Your Horse to Lower His Head for the Bridle

If your horse won't stay still to be bridled, and physical pain has been ruled out, try positive reinforcement to teach him to lower his head and be still.

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Tips for Lighter Hands

Do you find yourself getting nervous in the saddle, and gripping the reins with stiff arms? Get tips on how to relax and have lighter hands.

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Custom Chaps

You can expect to spend several hundred dollars for a pair of quality custom chaps. But, chaps are an investment that will last for years.

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Formulating a Feed Program for: A Horse Coming Into Work

Horses coming into work for the season, or for the first time, will start with light exercise and eventually get into moderate, heavy or intense work.

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Navicular Syndrome: Using New Technology to Unlock the Secrets of this Complex Lameness

Improved diagnostic techniques offer veterinarians a clearer view of this complex, debilitating disease known as navicular syndrome.