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Living in a Paddock Paradise

The Paddock Paradise system provides horses with a more natural lifestyle. We all would like our horses to lead happy, healthy lives. To achieve this,...

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...

Developing A Herd Program

What works for some horses doesn’t work for all. Developing a herd health program means taking each herd and individual horse into consideration. Horses are...

Understanding White Line Disease

White line disease...the name alone strikes fear into riders, filling their heads with visions of resections and aggressive shoeing and padding procedures. But these...

Transitioning From Stall To Outdoors

If your horse is used to being in a stall, transitioning him to being outdoors all the time requires some time and planning. For riders...

6 Tips for Transitioning to Barefoot

Although going barefoot is a growing trend among horse owners today, it’s important to become educated before taking the barefoot ‘plunge’.    Many owners have...

Can-Am Equine Expo Returns

Canada’s longest-running all breed equine show is returning to the Orangeville Agricultural Society Event Centre in 2014. Now in its 11th year, the Can-Am...

5 elements of Chinese Medicine: Water Horse

All horses embody common physical and behavioral characteristics of the Five Elements of Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM) – Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water....

5 Elements of Chinese Medicine – Fire Horse

Is your horse flashy, sociable and easy to train? Is he sensitive, unfocused and vulnerable to anxiety? If so, he might be a Fire...

Five Elements of Chinese Medicine

Each horse embodies common physical and behavioral characteristics of the Five Elements of Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM). By understanding how Five Elements and their patterns...