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How to Preserve Your Horse’s Joint Health and Mobility

Get expert advice on developing a plan to maintain your horse’s joint health and slow the progression of equine arthritis and other inflammation.

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Four Smart Ways to Fit Horses into Your Busy Schedule

If you can learn how to estimate your time well, prioritize, say no and stop procrastinating, you can find more ways to fit horses into your busy life.

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Effective Lungeing Exercises

Does winter weather have you arena-bound? Give these lungeing ideas and other fun indoor stuff to do with your horse to ease the boredom a try.

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Sweat Inequity

Horses lose fluids through sweat three times faster than humans, and they lose electrolytes 10 times faster, read this article to learn more.

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Lunging with Feel

Anne Gage explains that when done correctly, lunging can improve posture, suppleness and balance.

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Horse Havens: Granting Second Chances

An inside look into how rescues operate and the adoption options for unwanted horses.

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What Not to Eat

Our horses are surrounded by toxic plants. The good news is they tend to avoid them, provided there is enough decent food around to eat.

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Hauling Healthy: Preventing Shipping Fever in Horses

While travelling to shows with your horse is an adventure, there are steps you should take to ensure he arrives in top shape, and prevent shipping fever.

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Can Horses Choke?

Choke in horses refers to an esophageal obstruction. While this condition is considered an emergency, it’s not immediately life-threatening.

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10 Common Horse Steroids

Competitive equestrians in particular should be aware of which horse drugs are listed as banned substances or controlled medication.