The long debate of shod versus barefoot has yet to reign in for horse owners and hoof care professionals alike. However, proponents of either side can agree that the transition from shod to barefoot requires extra steps and precaution.
Saddle, saddle pad fit and quality are very important. We all take the time to purchase or breed a good horse, we make sure our animal is fed well, but are we all doing our homework to ensure each time we saddle up we are doing so educated?
Over the years your tack room becomes filled with many different pieces of equipment. Do you ever find yourself reaching for your favorites?
Hard, uneven ground can pose a problem for horses’ hooves – whether it be rock, gravel or even packed…
Bit shopping can be a “bit” overwhelming! With so many options on the market, how do you know which is best for you and your horse?
Trail Ride Survival Guide Even if you haven’t had a big wreck with your horse, you’ve imagined what can happen out on the trail.
Whether your horse is a hardworking ranch mount, a high-performing reiner or a beloved trail riding companion, he deserves the best of health.
Managing cribbing in horses can be a distressing problem for many horse owners. Cribbing is often confused with wood chewing but they are not the same.
If a horse experiences sore heels, it can be hard for the horse to stand comfortably without pain and can lead the horse to develop worse conditions. …