Colic Symptom Checklist for Horses
Is your horse showing signs of colic? Use Veterinarian Barb Crabbe's colic checklist to track your horse's symptoms during the initial stages of colic, or until your vet arrives.
Apple Cider Vinegar for Horses - Top 10 Uses - Savvy Horsewoman
🐴 Find out the top uses of Apple Cider Vinegar for Horses, how and when to use it, where to buy it, how to feed it, and add it to your horse's water.
Bombproof Horse Training
Bombproof is a term used in the horse world to describe a horse that isn’t afraid of anything; the idea is that a bomb could go off a few feet away from the horse and it wouldn’t even flinch. The way to make your horse...
Horse Rider's Mechanic article Stirrup length
The correct stirrup length is very important. When your stirrups are the correct length you can fully utilise the dip and spring function of the joints in your legs efficiently. This will be felt particularly in trot but also in canter.
What do you do when you are faced with a health emergency with your horse? Would you be prepared? Many owners don’t feel they are equipped physically – and emotionally – to deal with a first aid emergency situation involving their horse, be it wire cuts, trailering injuries, stings, burns, puncture wounds, digestive distress, or something less dramatic but potentially just as serious.
Barn hacks - Part Eleven
Barn hacks part eleven! More tips and tricks for making chores at the barn and grooming your horse easy. Barn hacks for sewing, cold hands, eye meds, and more!