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Winter lung health

For most horses, winter means more time confined to the stall or indoor arena. Unfortunately, protection from the weather can come at the expense...

Trimming The Special Needs Horse

Horses that are young, nervous, or sore need special consideration. Here’s how to help make them more comfortable when trimming. I trim a lot of...

Maximizing the Benefits of Research for Growth and Development of...

When it comes to breeding the importance of sound management and health practices play a key role in building a solid foundation toward a...

My Gentle Barn- Book Review

  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...

Talking with Dr. Cathy Alinovi

Dr. Cathy Alinovi – veterinarian, animal lover, and nationally celebrated author – knew she wanted to be an animal doctor since she was nine...

Improving Stall Manners

Horses that are pushy or aggressive when you enter the stall can be frustrating to handle. Follow these training tips to help develop better...

How to control dust in your arena

Arenas are like horses; they are all unique. But one thing they have in common is their need for regular maintenance to fight dust. Take...

Refresh your barn windows and doors

There’s nothing like the warm rays of sun and fresh scents of summer to bring on a barn refresh or renovation in your equine...

Vol.9 – Issue 3

9 BALANCED MUSCLES - A LONGER ATHLETIC CAREER Detecting and correcting muscle imbalances is integral to injury prevention. 12 SELF-CARRIAGE, STARTING NOW! Developing self-carriage...

Choosing The Right Barn Door

Choosing the right sectional and sliding barn door for your equine facility. Whether you’re planning to build a small pleasure barn or a large training...