Channel Archives: Learn

Getting Smart on Sarcoids

You’re grooming your horse one afternoon when you notice a rough, hairless area has appeared on his jaw. Is it ringworm? A wart? Though these are certainly possibilities, it’s most...

Forage Facts

Forage is the most important ingredient in the horse’s diet, yet the choices in forage species and form are sometimes daunting. Understanding the types and physical forms of forage and...

All is Fair in Love and Training?

When riding, training, and competing, it seems we are constantly trying to balance how to be kind to our horses while still establishing boundaries that ensure behavior that keeps everyone—horse...

How To Deal With Horse Obesity

It's tough to spot an obese horse when it's your own. We tend to think, "She's just big boned," or "It's her breed." Many owners aren't even sure what constitutes...

Six Lessons in Training a Jumper Prospect

Training a young jumper is a process. Like assembling the 7,541 piece LEGO® Star Wars Millennium Falcon or configuring a 1000 piece double-sided jigsaw puzzle picturing only gradients of white, it...

Team Therapy

Like any top level equestrian event, the Palm Beach Masters is a bustling ecosystem of equine professionals and practitioners moving in methodical bursts from one job to the next. The...

The Main Types of Horse Personalities

Understanding a few basics about horse type helps you connect the temperament traits your horse displays most frequently to how he might respond to circumstances. This can help you make...

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