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When it comes to breeding the importance of sound management and health practices play a key role in building a solid foundation toward a horse’s future. Equine Guelph is pleased …

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  By Lauren Kearney “You don’t understand. I’m not saving the animals; they’re saving me.” Nobody really understood Ellie Laks. She was the crazy girl who spent too much time …

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  By Jasmine Cabanaw Most horse lovers know that horses require a lot of love and care, but have you ever wondered what would be required to make a steam-powered …

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By Narayan Khalsa This little piece is inspired by my friend and mentor Jill Willis and her recent article called Perception vs. Reality on the AANHCP website.     The …

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Our mission is to rescue neglected and abused dogs and horses and rehabilitate them as Service and Therapeutic animals. Horses we take must complete a soundness check. The intended outcome …

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MAHINDRA USA CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF GROWTH IN NORTH AMERICA Since selling its first tractor in the United States in 1994, Mahindra USA has been on an upward trajectory earning …

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barefoot

Although going barefoot is a growing trend among horse owners today, it’s important to become educated before taking the barefoot ‘plunge’.    Many owners have had their horse’s shoes pulled only …

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  When horses show subtle signs of stiffness or pain, owners become worried and want to help them relieve accumulated stress and tension. No one wants to see their horses …

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B. Nicole Wilson In every barn there is sure to be one horse or pony in particular that always earns the infamous nickname of being the ‘grumpiest horse in the …

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Moving in the Direction of Ease By Susan Smith As “holding” translates to support, so do we hold our horses in bodywork – holding them both physically and energetically so …

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