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The Paddock Paradise Track System

Based on the behavior of wild horses, the Paddock Paradise Track System encourages your horse to exercise, search for their food and travel over different terrain. The creator, Jaime Jackson is a former farrier that prefers natural horse care. He began studying feral horses and their behavior in the…

Let’s Talk Horse Fencing

Growing up in southern California pipe corral panels were all I knew.  I think they were so popular because they were readily available, held up in the weather, and they didn’t break the bank.  Today, we have many more fencing options which is so nice.

Five years ago I was…

Got Mud?

I am so jealous of equestrians who have access to a mud-free, indoor riding facility. The grounds are so saturated here in North Carolina that our fields and arena are barely drained before the next storm rolls in. To me, nothing looks more dreary than a blanketed horse, standing…

5 Fence Options Designed to Keep Your Horses Safe

We cleared the acreage last year with the help of our neighbor who loaned us his small excavator for the job.  We now have an open meadow with a few trees here and there to provide shade for our horses on hot summer days. 

I can’t wait to watch our…

Tips, Tricks, and Advice in Dealing with Rattlesnake Bites

Arizona has fairly pleasant weather all year long. Our winters are cold, but not consistently below freezing temperatures. Which means we can still enjoy ourselves outside and our four-legged friends during these months. After winter has passed it’s officially spring. Spring here is this beautiful, brief moment in time…

My Top 5 Fence Combinations and a Coffee to Go!

My love for horses (and coffee) has been with me since I can remember.  And because of that passion, my family and I made it our business (literally) to support and supply safer alternatives for horses.  We have owned, leased, sold, raised, trained, boarded and cared for about a…

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…