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horses

RAMM Flex Fence® Round Pen

I can go further; have you ever worked your ponies, yearlings, foals, green horses, problem horses, students, children or even an adult that needs to build confidence in a round pen?  🙂 The endless help of a round pen can be a Godsend.

The first time I really started…

The Backbone of Your Fence

Our horses’ pastures are their homes. Whether a horse is turned out for a few hours or for daily living, your pasture fencing needs to be strong and able to hold your horses. Posts hold the entire fence system together – keeping the rails in place, offering stability between…

The Battle of Getting Back on the Saddle

I was the little girl that begged for a horse while sitting in front of the TV watching all the Westerns back in the day. My first horse was purchased from Pearson Park, where horses were ‘rented’ to ride. He was a kind horse with a hard mouth and…

Is Your Horse Showing Signs of Equine Blindness?

The relationship between a horse and its owner can be uncanny. Through consistency and trust, that bond can actually grow through a disability such as equine blindness. If you are thinking your horse may have some vision problems, please read on. This article may help you to understand why…

Buzz Off! Keep Your Horse Away From Deadly Diseases

Once we look at some of the most popular options, you will surely have a better handle on what may be your best options to relieve your horses. Let’s start with the most simple ways to help with this pesky summer problem.
Fly Pest Prevention
One of the easiest ways…

Spring Riding – How to Prepare For the Best Ride

Our weather in Ohio is being very shy about giving us a taste of spring and preventing us from riding.  But we know it is surely on its way! Horses are shedding and even a few perennial flowers are showing their faces.  Some of the best riders that I…

All is Well

I walked into my office today, of course coffee in tow, as the snow fell all around. Earlier in the morning I had checked on the horses that all had a white blanket of snow stretching across their backs.

Nice and warm they are, their nice thick coats are keeping…

10 Rules for Sweet Treats

Our horses love apples and carrots, of course, but sometimes we like to offer them the tasty store-bought treats as well. These are often coated with molasses or other taste bud tempters. Mmmm…

But as much as our horses love these special snacks, we know that equine digestion is a…