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Hoof traction in the winter

Sleet, snow, rain and freezing mud can cause traction problems for horses and humans alike. Here’s how our horses cope, and what we can...

Developing your leadership style

Understanding how horses interact with one another, and how you interact with them, can help you determine and develop your leadership style in the...

Diet Changes for the Senior Horse

As horses age, they may need some special considerations and diet changes to help them maintain optimal health. At the time they erupt, a horse’s...

Building a Great Relationship

Getting a new horse is exciting. Here’s how to start your relationship off on the right hoof. Adding a new horse to your herd is...

Herd Dynamics

Strategies for managing the dynamics of your small herd. Have you ever experienced that feeling of fear when your horse appears to lose it? She...

Acupressure For Your Performance Horse

Get your performance horse raring to go with a little help from equine acupressure. The horse is an amazing athlete. Because of his speed, adaptability...

Top 10 Body Language Postures

The top ten equine body language postures you should pay attention to. Observing our horses can bring great pleasure and peace, but if we’re paying...

Understanding Food Aggressive Horses

Is your horse food aggressive? Understanding the whys will go a long way towards retraining this habit. Food is one of a horse’s most important...

Equine Raindrop Therapy 101

Equine Raindrop Therapy may not be widely known, but this non-invasive modality is an excellent adjunct to other treatments used to help correct defects...

An Interview With Uta Graf

Horse-friendly training and natural horsemanship are the two keys Uta Gräf and Stefan Schneider credit for keeping their competitive horses such happy athletes. Not being...