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How to identify and release pain and restrictions in your horse

Are old or new injuries causing your horse pain? Use this cross-fiber grooming technique to release any restrictions, improve his posture, and ease his...

4 reasons your horse’s hooves might be causing him pain

Is your horse letting on that he has pain in his hooves? Here are four common reasons why this might be the case. Our equine...

An acupressure session for senior horses

Help your senior horse cope with the uncomfortable side effects of aging with this gentle acupressure session. “The ole gray mare, she ain’t what she...

Equine arthritis and the healing power of hemp

A look at arthritis in horses and why hemp is becoming a popular treatment option for this common condition. Hemp has been around for a...

How acupressure can improve rider comfort

Over time, riders experience aches and pains that result from performing repetitive movements on horseback. Acupressure can help restore rider comfort and improve performance. Anatomically,...

Helping your horse heal — naturally!

Inspired by nature and backed by science, Purica offers wholesome supplements that promote whole body health in horses. In the late 1990s, brothers Jason...

Muscle soreness in horses – how to recognize and treat it

Is your horse suffering from primary or secondary muscle soreness? Learn the difference between the two, know what signs to look for, and what...

Hoof boots for a sore horse

Hoof boots can be a lifesaver for rehabilitating a sore horse. Know their benefits and challenges. As a professional trimmer, I often encounter sore...

Equine massage for TMJ problems

An aligned and flexible temporomandibular joint is vital for your horse’s overall health, impacting his digestion, neck, back, balance and more. Massage can be...

Saddle placement – is my horse in pain?

Correct saddle placement will make your horse happier and more comfortable, and may even help resolve some of those unwanted "cranky" behaviors! A horse is...