Friday, January 24, 2020
Choosing the right bridle for your horse

Choosing the right bridle for your horse

Shopping for a bridle? Take a look at some of the different options available, and a few pros and cons of each. When shopping for...
Clay poultices have many uses for horses

Clay poultices have many uses for horses

Clay poultices are used to target a variety of equine ailments. Learn how these therapeutic fusions can be customized with natural ingredients to address...
Horseplay for senior equines

Horseplay for senior equines

We consider what “horseplay” is and how it benefits the senior horse, along with some practical ideas on how to incorporate play into your...
Top tips for managing your pastures

Top tips for managing your pastures

You’ve taken the time to plan and plant your pastures – now you need to manage them. Here’s how certain measures such as rotational...
Ferrell Hollow Farm

Ferrell Hollow Farm

Founded to provide a permanent sanctuary for animals in need, Ferrell Hollow Farm is making the world a better place for senior and special...

The ultimate guide to growing your horse’s mane and tail

Tips on taking her mane and tail from mediocre to marvelous! The sight of a shiny flowing mane and tail is sure to capture the...
The benefits of riding bitless

The benefits of riding bitless

Bits have their uses, but for many horses, they’re nothing but a nuisance. Switching to bitless can improve your horse’s performance and overall well-being. Trying...
Support your performance horse’s emotional health

Support your performance horse’s emotional health

You know how to cater to his physical needs, but what about his psychological ones? Supporting the emotional health of your equine athlete contributes...
An introduction to Western riding 

An introduction to Western riding 

Learn what Western riding really is, and how it might fit into your personal horsemanship experience.  What exactly is Western riding? If my saddle...
Wildfire safety and preparedness for your herd

Wildfire safety and preparedness for your herd

“Fire” is a four-letter word no horse owner wants to hear. But if the unthinkable happens, a little knowledge and preparation can go a...