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Can’t Move a Muscle: Tying Up

Muscle tying up can be a one-time occurrence, but certain horses are prone to repeated events warranting diagnostic investigation and preventative action.

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Q: How can I make weaning less stressful for my foal?

Assuming your foal, or foals, is healthy, has been eating feed and hay, is four to six months old, he or she may be ready to be weaned.

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Conformation Effect on Injuries

We have looked at front leg conformation from the side view; this time we examine conformation abnormalities when observing the forelegs from the front.

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Joni Lynn Peters’ mid-career switch

In a career that spans almost 40 years, Joni Lynn Peters has achieved great success in both eventing and dressage.

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Case Closed

The Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association has triumphed after a 12-year controversy to ensure that the Warmblood Horse remains a distinct breed.

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8 Ways to Engage the Hind End

No matter what discipline you ride, a horse that leans on your hands is not properly engaging his hind end, which will impact your dressage marks and more.

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Mother and Mentor

When Hawley Bennett-Awad stood on the podium in Kentucky last October, enjoying the glory of a World Championship silver medal with her teammates, there were two other people who shared the moment along with her.

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Treat your horse to a Simple Massage

A massage has many benefits. It warms up and relaxes stiff muscles, improves movement and balance, improves circulation, and more.

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Busted!

The FEI has two classifications for prohibited substances; they are either banned, or they are a controlled medication. Keep reading to find out more.

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2010 Sovereign Awards: Grand Adventure

Grand Adventure most certainly lived up to his name in 2010, taking trainer Mark Frostad and owner Sam-Son Farm on a genuine thrill ride.