Monthly Archives: September 2010

Crucial Details In Determining If Your Horse Is Underweight, Overweight Or Just Right

As time goes on and more people are entering into the world of horses, unfortunately the issue of how much feed does a horse actually need to maintain the proper weight seems to be under estimated. Feeding horses can become … Continue reading

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The Correct Way to Mount and Dismount Your Horse While Teaching Them to Stand Quietly

When it comes to most things in life, there is a right way to do things and of course the wrong way, which is usually the easy way. There is much more to this exercise than the obvious. If you … Continue reading

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Cleaning Straw Stalls and Knowing the Best Kind To Use

The basics for cleaning stalls regardless of what type of bedding you choose, is pretty much the same. You start by taking out the water buckets, cleaning them and getting your tools. For straw stalls, you will need a pitch … Continue reading

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Tacking Up Your Horse Properly Insures Comfort and Maximum Efficiency, Helping To Avoid Sores

Tacking up your horse is not just about throwing a saddle and bridle on your horse and jumping on. It is imperative to first groom your horse and clean his or her feet before tacking up. Putting a saddle pad … Continue reading

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