End head-shaking on the trail—and at home—with advice from clinician Steve Stevens.
Problems in your horse’s neck can cause a wide range of confusing signs. These steps will help you sort things out.
Think you know everything there’s to know about saddle pads? Think again! Brush up on your knowledge for a happier, more comfortable horse.
Facing a joint-replacement surgery, but afraid you won’t get back in the saddle afterward? Three riders share their experiences to offer you encouragement and insight.
Clean, organize, and maintain your trailer with these 26 handy tips and tricks from horse-hauling pros.
Your horse’s feet have a story to tell. Learn to read between the lines and determine whether that story’s telling you ‘I’m OK’ or ‘Help me now!’
Learn the ins and outs of breast collars to become a specialist on this popular piece of riding equipment.
You pick it up. You toss it out. But do you ever take the time to pay attention to your pony’s poop? Find out what you can learn about your horse’s health by reading his manure.
A half lease can be a great way to save money on your horse expenses, but do you know the ins and outs of drawing up the contract?and the pitfalls of doing so on your own?
Neck reining is a good skill for any horse to learn. It helps you feel secure in your horse's control level. It also gives you a free hand to open gates, retrieve an item from your saddlebag, point out a trail hazard, pat your gelding, etc.
Not only do flies and other bugs bite and sting your horses, they can spread disease. Read about the different ways you can defeat the enemy and keep flies away from your horse and barn.
Recipes for common horse care first-aid solutions.