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Easing equine anxiety for better performance

It’s the day of the show, and your horse is on his worst behavior. Could anxiety be the culprit? Let’s take a look at...

Q&A: Caring for the emotional needs of a healing horse

This helpful Q&A is designed to help you look beyond the physical needs of your healing horse in order to cater to his emotional...

The connection between equine behavior and emotional health

Don’t ignore these common equine behaviors when you see them! More often than not, they indicate an underlying emotional state that can help you...

Forging a strong partnership with your horse

Understanding how your horse views leadership, acceptance, emotions and relationships will empower you to create that special partnership you desire.  A true partnership between horse...

Panic Vs. Fear: Spot The Difference

Understanding the difference between panic and fear makes all the difference in how you handle the situation. Your horse doesn’t want anything to do with...

Helping A Grief Stricken Horse

Horses experience grief in remarkably similar ways to us. Here’s how to help your equine through the loss of an equine friend. Shilo, a 35-year-old Appaloosa...

Bach Flower Essences: Subtle and effective intervention for horse and rider

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Horsemanship Tip #82 – Listening

Your horse’s ears let you know where he’s receiving his information from. In a schooling environment where your horse is either at liberty or...

Vol. 5 – Issue 2

11 FEEDING THE FINICKY HORSE Picky eaters can be frustrating, especially when it's difficult to keep their weight up. Here are some ideas for enticing...

Vol. 3 – Issue 3

14 AN EARTH-FRIENDLY APPROACH TO PASTURE MANAGEMENT The key is to keep your land healthy 18 COPING WITH SHOW NERVES How to stay calm and collected 24 TOP...