by Jennifer Paulson
Ty Brazeal offers advice to help a horse past his tendency to spook at what the rider calls “everything,” despite her best efforts to desensitize the horse to the upsetting stimuli.
What can be done to help a horse feel more at ease at a new barn?
by Clinton Anderson
Do your groundwork in advance, then know precisely what to do if your horse does buck or crow-hop.
Can a mare’s attitude be improved through a strengthened connection with her new owner?
by Heather Smith Thomas
Horses buck for various reasons. Here are solutions to help fix the problem, whatever the cause.
All work and no play…can make for a sour horse and a burned-out rider. If you’re schooling and competing heavily this summer, make sure to set time aside at least once a month to keep your horse fresh—and your own disposition sunnier.
by Barb Crabbe, DVM
Teach your horse seven essential skills that will put him right on top of your vet’s ‘favorite patient’ list.
What does it mean when a horse engages in self-mutilation, and what can be done about it?
by Bob Avila
Want to help keep your horse sound, physically and mentally? Get him fit to perform his job.
by Katherine Houpt, VMD, PhD
Q: My mare is terrible about standing still for fly spray. She's had this problem throughout the five years I've owned her. I used to have to stand about 20 feet away from her just to...
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