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10 TO FEED OR NOT TO FEED Can you tell when your horse’s feed is no longer suitable for him to eat? Recognizing the signs of spoilage, and taking steps …

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14 DIY: SACRIFICE PADDOCKS They’re a great way to help save your pastures from wear and tear caused by poor weather and overgrazing. 18 FOOD FOR THOUGHT Is your feeding …

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14 GET YOUR JUMP ON! Free jumping can be a fun and beneficial way to enhance your horse’s training and development. 18 FEEDING FOR ALLERGIES Pollen, bugs, mold…they’re everywhere. A …

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14 NATURE’S REPELLENTS You don’t need chemicals to repel flies, fleas and mosquitoes. These five natural feed-through solutions are good for your horse and safe for the environment. 18 IS …

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14 TITAN’S TRIUMPH When your equine partner starts acting out, is it pain or a training problem? Follow one horse’s journey from being labeled as aggressive to revealing his discomfort …

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12 GETTING STEAMED? Here’s the nitty-gritty on soaking and steaming hay. 20 DREAMS, DRAMA AND EXCITEMENT Top 5 highlights from last year’s World Equestrian Games. 28 ACRES IN A BOX …

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