All I Want For Christmas…How About A Rescue Horse?

December 21, 2016

As I went out to feed my horses this morning, I reflected on how very different my herd looks from just over a couple of years ago – from 5 down to 2.  The economy has taken its toll on how many horses we could provide for and we took steps to find homes for […]

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Does My Horse Really Need Stretching?

October 4, 2016

"Does my horse really need stretching?"  Let me answer that question with another question…Do you think you would benefit from stretching?  Do you think you might feel a little less stiff, gain a little bit more flexibility, be a little less likely to pull something when exerting yourself, if you did stretches on a regular […]

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Support Your Horse During The Equine “Back To School” Season

August 17, 2016

When we think of "back to school season", we think of children carrying lunch boxes and backpacks. However, we forget that our horses have a back to school season as well. Young horses getting prepped for their first ride, a competition horse prepping for show season, or getting a seasoned trail horse back in condition […]

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Deter Snakes And Rodents At Your Barn Naturally

April 15, 2016

You are casually walking down to your barn, enjoying the lovely warm weather of Spring, minding your own business, and something slithers out of the grass across your path.  Or you go into your feed area to prepare your horse's evening meal and something is coiled up in the corner.  Perhaps it's just a non-venomous […]

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It’s Quality Time, Not Quantity Of Time, That Matters To Your Horse

September 15, 2015

I don't know about you, but one of the biggest things that impacts the quantity of time I can spend with my horses is weather!  This year across many parts of the country we have had lots of "news-making weather" reports.  On the West Coast there are still reports daily of horrible raging wildfires devastating […]

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