Depending on the terrain and the conditions, as well as how long you plan to be on your horse, trail riding can be physically demanding on both you and your horse.
As the leaves begin to fall and the temperatures drop, horse blankets become a hot topic of discussion in the equestrian community.
Today’s performance horses are challenged with a multitude of stressors, including exercise, hauling, and stall confinement.
Is your senior horse in optimum body condition for the upcoming winter months? As fall approaches, now is the time to plan for your horse’s changing nutritional needs.
Horsemen expect a lot from their horses, physically and mentally, from negotiating steep terrain to roping or turning a…
Deciding what forage to feed your horse can be a difficult decision. There are a few simple questions that you need to ask yourself in order to simplify the selection of the right forage type.
Place your saddle pad in the right spot on your horse’s back and you’ll get the most out of your pad, your saddle and your horse! Watch as Chris Cox explains proper pad placement.
A horseman is particular about the clothing he wears. It must be comfortable and able to withstand different elements.…
Your performance horse’s legs carry you to accomplish all of your riding goals, from reining to cutting, working cow horse to roping. It makes sense that protecting your horse’s legs through every slide, spin and turn tops your list of concerns.