Check out these three things that will help keep your horse's tail healthy all year long.
With the warm summer days comes the dreaded fly season. Guard your horse against the irritating, disease-carrying pests with our tips and tricks.
Do horses like baths? It depends. If the procedure is hurried and stressful, with unpleasant squirts of water and harsh chemicals, probably not.
It’s time to pick up the cleaning utensils and head to the barn. Cleaning your barn out now will protect your horse’s health in the future.
Answer the questions, then check at bottom for the key. For more great information about horses, read H&R’s ‘The Ride’ newsletter. (Not getting it? Sign up below—it’s free!)
While you have your horse on a schedule for farrier visits, there are still other things you can do to help maintain your horse’s healthy feet between trimmings.
Your horse works hard for you, help him go the extra mile by giving his legs the best care.
Winter is here and for owners of senior horses or horses that are hard to keep weight on, it’s a time of frantically sorting out your horse’s diet to keep him at a healthy weight.
While treats can get a bad reputation, these bite-size snacks can have health benefits, are a great way to show some extra love, and can even help reinforce training.