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Nutritional Support for Horse Hooves

Tweet The horse depends on strong hooves to be fleet of foot, and the equine hoof–with its complex arrangement of connective tissues, nerves, cartilage, bone, and blood supply–relies on important nutritional building blocks for strength and integrity. News

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The Sacred Art of Puttering Around with Horses

Tweet I’ve been back to horse ownership for four months, and I’ll confess: I haven’t made a “quick trip to the barn” yet. Typically, going to the barn has involved catching my gelding, Happy, grooming him while chatting with the other boarders, asking him to do his carrot stretches, tacking up, riding, cooling down/untacking/cleaning him up, completing a few more stretches, and, finally, tidying his stall and grooming area. Many of these are run-of-the-mill rituals I had enjoyed prior to selling my previous horse more than a decade ago. That’s quite a time span with no daily horse care routine, especially after keeping horses on my family’s property for as

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The Sacred Art of Puttering with Horses

Tweet Sometimes you just need to savor the simple routines of horse ownership. News

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Death of a Herdmate

Tweet Can the death of one horse lead to a complete change in another’s behavior or “personality”? News

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