May 16, 2022
Let's explore how you can tie your horses safely.
January 17, 2022
All stables should have a horse first aid kit box to help stabilize and manage a horse's illness or injury until the vet arrives.
If you are traveling with horses to shows, clinics, etc., you should also have some horse care items on hand if an injury or illness occurs.
Not sure what to keep in a horse first aid kit? Here are ten essential medical items to keep on hand.
October 08, 2021
A horse kick has the potential to transform a peaceful afternoon with an equestrian into a dangerous and frightening situation. Horse kicks are dangerous, and usually unexpected - not even the most experienced trainers can always anticipate a kick coming.
However, there is a logic behind why a horse kicks. This is an instinctive reaction that could indicate many things they're experiencing.
July 31, 2021
Ground manners are essential for horse care, especially if those horses are on the larger end. To ensure your safety while handling them, you must teach your horse manners. More than etiquette, proper manners can help to prevent any potential injuries and build a strong foundation for a long-term relationship between both of you.
May 31, 2021
Have you noticed that your horse tends to eat their food rapidly? We put together a list of six helpful tips to prevent horse bolting.
March 22, 2021
Watermelon is a real treat for horses, but it has to be given in a safe and healthy manner. This means you have to be aware of the health benefits and the potential health dangers when offering your horse this delicious treat.
March 11, 2021
When treated quickly, you can clear up infections and injuries in a matter of days. Although you should call a veterinarian when problems arise, you can handle general management of your horse's eye health by yourself.
February 11, 2021
Many children dream of having a pony. But if you decide to get your child a horse, you want to make sure it will work well with young kids.
February 01, 2021
Being vigilant and following these do's and don'ts could help prevent diarrhea, treat it, or even save your horse's life.
December 14, 2020
Caring for your horse is much more than just making sure they’re fed. It includes ensuring they are happy as can be, which only makes them a better companion. We have all the products you could need to care for your horses on our website, but one of the best things you can do for your horses is to give them ample turnout time.