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Equine Iridology 101

Equine iridology may hold the key to detecting issues with your horse's health. It’s all in the eyes! Equine iridology is the study of the iris...

The Importance of a Body Protector

The British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) provides some expert advice on the importance of a body protector. Hands up, those who admit to wearing a...

Safe Trailer Practices

Practice safe trailering with advice on in-trailer tying, how to safely secure your horse outside the trailer, and what to do in an emergency. As...

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...

Lowdown On Liniments

Understanding how liniments work, and what to look for when selecting one for your horse. For years, amateur jumper Carey Kriedler tried a variety of...

TTouch 101

These simple Tellington TTouch tips can be added to any rehabilitation program! TTouch for Rehabilitation You can achieve a great feeling of empowerment when you become...

LOPE For Retired Race Horses

How a childhood passion became the foundation for LOPE, one of the most successful retired racehorse placement programs in North America. As an adult, I...

What Is Seedy Toe?

Many of us have heard the term seedy toe – but what is it, really? There are so many different terms for things in the...

Pole Work To Shake Things Up

Seven pole work exercises to shake up your flatwork routine. If your looking for something interesting and beneficial to add to your horse’s exercise program...

SIJC Injury or Hunter’s Bump

A complementary approach to hunter’s bump or SIJC injuries. Hunter’s bump is a commonly heard term in the barn. It refers to the subluxation of one...