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  • The 'Man of Trail' Shares His Tips

    I’ve designed some of the toughest trail courses for the top shows. Now I’ll help you navigate them.

  • Get Ready to Win

    Winning doesn’t come easily. Use my advice to prepare yourself and your horse to win.

  • Chaps by Discipline

    Buy your next pair of chaps with confidence using the advice from four experts, plus get fit tips from a chaps maker.

  • Vet's Top Mud Tips

    Don’t get stuck with a muddy, messy, unhealthy living space for your horse this winter. Learn top tips for mud control from a veterinarian who’s seen it all.

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  • Counter-Canter Lesson
  • Medication Vs. Horsemanship
  • Kinesiology Tape for Horses

This Week's Tip

Tips for Winter Warmth

Staying dry is a big part of staying warm. Your horse’s coat will shed some rain unless the precipitation lasts a long time or is driven by a strong wind. In severe weather, outdoor...... more

Featured Items

Top Five Conditioning Flubs

Is it time to get your horse in shape? Learn about five common conditioning blunders—and how to avoid them. more

Conformation Clinic

Evaluate and place these aged Appaloosa geldings. Then see how your choices compare to our expert judge’s.


Do you want your horse to have the best in blanket technology?

Introducing ComFiTec: the perfect blend of science and love.

Weatherbeeta has redesigned their entire line of blankets with your horse's COMFORT and FIT in mind. The new Weatherbeeta ComFiTec blanket range includes 4 groups of blankets to ensure you find the perfect mix of comfort, fit and durability for your horse, lifestyle and budget: ComFiTec Ultra, ComFiTec Premier, ComFiTec Plus and ComFiTec.


Article Archive

Tips for Winter Warmth

Staying dry is a big part of staying warm. Your horse’s coat will shed some rain unless the precipitation lasts a long time or is driven by a strong wind. In severe weather, outdoor... Read More


Q&A Uveitis—A Hidden Threat

Credit: Photo courtesy of Dr. Brian Gilger Uveitis is a painful inflammation of the eye with potentially career- or even life-ending complications. We asked Dr. Jacquelin Boggs,... Read More


Good Everyday Gear

by Bob Avila Use quality tack in your day-to-day riding to keep your horse comfortable and performing well Read More


Genetic Testing: Black, White, or Shades of Gray?

by Barb Crabbe, DVM Learn details about five-panel genetic testing and its positive influence on breeding decisions. Read More


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