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.
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.
Whether you ranch, rope, perform or trail ride on your horse, you want what is best for your horse’s back.
Calving season is the most rewarding, challenging and sleep-deprived time of the year. I am sure you can relate to late nights assisting births, cool mornings riding across the field processing newborn calves, bottle feeding babies, sorting pairs, restocking supplies, saddling…unsaddling … saddling … unsaddling… and you get the point.
With winter weather fast approaching, it is a good idea to think about purchasing your horse’s winter blanket before you both are left out in the cold.
There is nothing like tacking up your horse and hitting the trails with friends. Trail riding is a great way to de-stress and can offer a much-needed change of pace for your horse.
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Saddle seat getting a little hard? Whether it’s years in the same saddle that seems to be getting harder or a new saddle that just isn’t comfortable, a fleece seat can make a world of difference for your rear.
Ranchers need outerwear that is just as tough as they are, which is why quality chinks are a mandatory accessory addition.
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Understanding the importance of materials in the mouthpiece of your bits is a huge key to how successful you will be at getting the most out of your horse’s performance. There are many options for bits and not all horses like the same mouthpiece.