Tag: horse health

Nutrition for the Performance Horse

Nutrition for the Performance Horse

| June 12, 2019 | Reply

Choosing the right feed for your horse can be a daunting task.  Regardless of whether you’re doing work on the ranch, barrel racing, cutting or riding the trails, horses are athletes.  Regardless of the specific work/performance environment, their nutritional needs can change from day to day, depending on their activity, overall health and stress levels. […]

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Stall Fresh – Our Pick For Reducing Ammonia Smell & Keeping Stalls Dry

Stall Fresh – Our Pick For Reducing Ammonia Smell & Keeping Stalls Dry

| November 30, 2018 | Reply

Over the years, we have tried plenty of products that were designed to reduce odors and work towards keeping bedding dry.  Some worked moderately well, others not at all. We have been using a product called Stall Fresh for over 5 years and have been incredibly impressed with the results. (Which is why we’ve been […]

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How Often Should I Exercise My Horse?

How Often Should I Exercise My Horse?

| August 24, 2011 | Reply

Sally Tucker | August 24, 2011 | An age old question: How often should I exercise my horse? A question every rider and/or trainer has asked themselves at some point in their riding career. We all want our horses to be healthy and happy, as well as enjoying time with them as often as possible. […]

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Beat the Bots: How to Get Rid of Botflies

Beat the Bots: How to Get Rid of Botflies

| August 15, 2011 | Reply

Ellie Fraser | August 15, 2011 | If you’re a horse owner, Spring and Summer are probably your favorite seasons. However, with warmer weather comes bot flies, and every horse owner knows these pests can cause trouble! But what kind of trouble, exactly? A basic overview of bots goes like this: 1. Bot flies lay […]

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