Thursday, September 23, 2021

Things To Think About When Caring For Your Horse

November 17, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

THE SIMPLE PLEASURE OF FEEDING Food is one of the simplest and greatest pleasures of our horses, so make sure that your horse always has all the food requirements that he/she needs. There are three types of food that your horse may eat. Pasture is the favorite meal of all horses, supplying needed nutrients, roughage […]

Horseback Riding Tips – The 5 Fundamental Horseback Riding Tips Every Horse Rider Should Know

November 12, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

There are always some kind of hints or tricks that can make something that might seem so difficult end up seeming so easy. There are gardening tips for those with a black thumb, there are cooking tips for those who aspire to have their family not run when you say that dinner is ready and […]

10 Ways Horses Build Character in Children

July 31, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Sean Russell 1. Learn Responsibility – Horses will teach your child responsibility very quickly. Make sure that your child does all the work involved in caring for the horse. Everything from feeding, cleaning stalls, grooming, saddling and riding. Children will want to ride but they may not always be eager to do the work. […]

Selecting A Horse – Choose The Breed Carefully

May 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Lynn Walls Owning a horse is a huge responsibility. Just like owning any pet, you should put a great deal of thought and consideration before you decide to purchase an equine. Since most individuals will have to house horses off their property, you should first consider finding a suitable stable before you purchase a […]

Horses – What is Good Conformation?

March 8, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Ron Petracek Conformation – the way a horse is put together – will determine not only how sound a horse remains throughout his life, but will also determine to what extent he will excel at his particular discipline. While some points of conformation vary with the type of horse and what job he is […]

How To Prevent And Treat A Hoof Crack

December 18, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

For any horse hobbyist and anyone who is a caregiver of horses, hoof crack can be a very serious problem if it is not handled properly. What I have seen here in my country, the problem of hoof cracks have been decreased among trotters, because the training and racing circumstances are better for horses nowadays. […]