Horses

jenna arnold every horse has a lesson to teach you

Every Horse Has a Lesson to Teach You

DT blogger and dressage professional Jenna Arnold explains that if you become a student of the horse, you will be amazed at all the things you can learn.

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Horses, Heartbreak and Why We Still Can’t Live Without Them

Reflections on the highs and lows of life with horses

lindsay and mike morven park

Here’s to the Donnerhalls

Celebrating the special people who support our lives with horses

fly equine facility pest control

Chemical-Free Pest Control for Equestrian Facilities

Riders offer advice on how to rid your farm of unwanted pests like mice, ants and flies, without the use of harmful chemicals.

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From France to Tryon

Blogger and USEF judge Margaret Freeman shares tales from her trip to France before her time at the World Equestrian Games.

Thrush in the frog and central sulcus

Fighting Equine Thrush

Causes, treatment and prevention

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Rethink Your Equine Deworming Strategy

Is your approach to deworming your horse keeping him healthy or contributing to a bigger problem of parasite resistance?

equine quarantine area by amy dragoo

10 Ways to Stay Safe and Healthy at Horse Shows

Learn what measures you can take to reduce the risk of invisible disease dangers.

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Bog Spavin in Horses: Treatment and Prognosis

Greg Staller, DVM, explains potential causes, treatment options and prognosis for a dressage horse with bog spavin.

Credit: Arnd Bronkhorst - Arnd.nl Sanitation should be your first defense in controlling fly populations. Manure piles should be located 100 to 200 feet away from the barn to limit flies returning to the area to annoy the stabled horses.

Summer Fly Control for Horses

What Are the Most Common Mistakes in Fly Control?