If your new reins aren't as broken in is as you'd like, try these tips to soften them up.
When you're teaching your horse to stand patiently for grooming, the training will carry into almost everything else you do with your horse.
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Our horses, like ourselves, stay healthy by drinking fresh water. Take time to clean your tanks daily!
Depending on the material your reins are made of, how you clean them will vary.
Is it time to clean your horse's sheath? Here are five things you should know about sheath cleaning for your horse's health and comfort.
What’s the best way to help a gelding recovering from illness gain back the weight he lost?
You tell what person—real or otherwise—you’d love to have with you on the trail.
You share your favorite childhood memory of riding and horsing around.
An owner wonders if her 19-year-old Morgan is too old to become a broodmare.
An owner is frustrated by her young Appaloosa show gelding’s persistent hair loss.
You describe a training or behavior problem your horse had—and how you fixed it.
A horse’s eye is a window to his soul—or at least a good indication of how he’s likely to behave under saddle on any given day.
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During the winter months, try giving your horse a cold-weather sponge bath to keep him clean.