Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Equine nutritional supplements: how they’re regulated

Equine nutritional supplements: how they’re regulated

While nutritional supplements bring many benefits to our horses, we also need to ensure we can trust the products we're using. This article explores...

Saddle placement – is my horse in pain?

Correct saddle placement will make your horse happier and more comfortable, and may even help resolve some of those unwanted "cranky" behaviors! A horse is...
Lameness in your equine partner

Lameness in your equine partner

When it comes to lameness in your horse, you need to know what to watch out for. Here are some tips for developing your...
Colic prevention

Colic prevention

Colic is a scary situation. But there are ways to prevent it, and things you can do for your horse to make him comfortable...
Herbal skincare for horses

Herbs for your horse’s skin

Herbs and essential oils have many naturally-occurring properties that make them well-suited for addressing a range of skin conditions in horses. It's a pretty...
Using Reiki to support your senior horse

Using Reiki to support your senior horse

Discover how Reiki meditations can enhance your senior horse's health journey. If you’re lucky, your horse will live to a ripe old age. Along with...

Feeding your horse’s gut microbiome

Keeping the equine microbiome healthy involves feeding an appropriate diet, and when necessary, adding a supplement that offers a variety of active prebiotic ingredients. Unlike...
Crookedness in horses

Crookedness in horses: nature vs. nurture

Working to achieve straightness — and combat crookedness — will support health and longevity in your horse's riding career. Like people, horses have a preference...
chiropractic care

Chiropractic care for equine health and performance

Chiropractic care helps keep your horse’s nervous system functioning smoothly — and that’s important for all aspects of his well-being and ability to perform. The...
checking your horse's digital pulses

Checking your horse’s digital pulses

A bounding pulse in your horse’s digital artery can be a warning sign of pain or inflammation in the hoof. Learn how to find...