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#BarnGoals

We’ve all seen the #barngoals pictures on social media, tagging the most beautiful barns straight out of a dream. For those lucky enough to go to Wellington, FL, you know that those barns really do exist as Wellington seems to be lined with dream barn after dream barn. On…

WINTER HORSE CARE

 Today, my husband and I live in Utah at 7000’ feet.  We are lucky enough to have our horses living on our property.  Keeping horses in a winter climate is a lot more work than my California days.  Winter months bring many challenges – frozen water, icy walkways, feed,…

Omegas for Horses

They also play an important role in keeping your horse healthy. Omegas have several functions in our horse’s body, including keeping the immune system in balance, supporting gastrointestinal function, and protecting joints and ligaments, among other things.

The key with omegas is making sure you’re not unintentionally throwing them out…

Managing Mud in the Paddock

The ground freezes, then thaws, freezes, then thaws, and this never-ending cycle keeps your paddock in a near-constant state of muddiness.

Though some moisture is good for your horse’s hooves, standing around in mud and muck for long periods of time can wreak havoc, causing thrush and even scratches. Though…

Safe Treats to Feed Your Horse

From chocolate to bread to fruit, It’s tempting to want to feed our horses all the treats that we enjoy. And many horses aren’t picky they may very well eat anything we try to feed them. But which treats are actually safe and healthy to feed your horse?

Fruits
Many fruits…

Fires in California: How you can help

A trifecta of fires has destroyed homes and barns all across the sunshine state. The Camp Fire, Woolsey Fire, and Hill Fire have burned hundreds of thousands of acres. Demolishing more than 10,000 structures and claiming, at last count, 59 lives. It can be hard to sit at home…