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Leg Protection for Performance Horses

From sliding stops on reining horses, to lateral dressage moves, to rubs while jumping and unexpected encounters with fences in the field, horse’s legs experience a lot of wear and tear. Applying boots or bandages to your horse’s legs can help prevent trauma and provide lower leg support.

Signs of Gastric Ulcers in Horses

Ulcers are a common problem in horses with those especially in strenuous activities. These occur when the stomach or intestinal lining is damaged and the underlying tissue is exposed.

Stinky Feet: The Dangers of Thrush

Thrush is a primary concern, whether your horse lives mainly at pasture or in a stable, especially in wet weather.

Your Foal's Health - Foal Health Watch Guide

The following is a Foal Health Watch Guide that describes signs of a variety of common ailments

Managing Your Horse On A Tight Budget

The purchase price of a horse is usually the smallest expense, while managing a horse for years can be expensive. Owners in a tight economy must look to ways to reduce their expenses and make their management system as good as it can be to maintain healthy horses. Owners can develop skills which allow them to be more involved in their horses' care reducing many costs involved with hoof and health care. Record keeping is very important to proper horse management so all health care information can

Best Practices for Weaning a Foal

Although weaning can be done any time after the foal receives an adequate amount of colostrum, ideally you will wean your foal when it is between 4.5 to 6 months of age. With proper planning and management, you can minimize the stress on both foal and dam during this process.

Retirement For Your Horse

One day it happens. The horse that you’ve shared a thousand miles and a heart full of dreams with is ready for retirement. Regardless of the scenario your horse deserves the best possible outcome. There are several options and here are a few of our best leads.

Do's and Don'ts of Working with Farriers and Vets

These trained professionals specialize in keeping our horses' feet in tip-top shape and their bodies functioning properly.

How to be a good customer for your horse vet

If you own or lease a horse, chances are you have your veterinarian’s phone number either memorized or on speed dial. Caring for a horse means it’s not a matter of if you will ever have to call the vet to treat your sick or injured horse, but when. We all want the best possible care for our horses, here's how you can be a great customer for your vet

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