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Successful Stallion Selection Starts Here

By Nikki Alvin-Smith

  • 17 January 2017
  • Author: Horsebits
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Successful Stallion Selection Starts Here
January and February are the prime months for stallion selection in the horse breeding world. Thoroughbred farms are busy with foals hitting the floor already and the other breeds are not far behind.

Horse Communication

Beyond Action & Words

  • 20 December 2016
  • Author: Horsebits
  • Number of views: 1807
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Horse Communication
I think we can all agree that communication between one another, human to human is complicated right?  Now add inter-species communication, human to horse, we quickly discover our good intentions are not enough to be safe around a 1,000+ lb horse. 

DIY Horse Wreath

by Garden Answer

  • 15 December 2016
  • Author: Horsebits
  • Number of views: 1514
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DIY Horse Wreath
Create you own wreath made with fresh cuttings of pine and balsam fir. The base is a metal candy cane form (Oregon Wire Works) The following is a link to the YouTube instructional video DIY Horse Wreath

Preparing to Store Your Trailer for Winter

Thourough cleaning before storage can lengthen trailer life.

  • 22 November 2016
  • Author: canpubco
  • Number of views: 1328
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Preparing to Store Your Trailer for Winter
Another hot summer has come to an end; another show season for the books. It may be hard to imagine those snow-covered roads, and depending on where you live, they could be just weeks away. Some of us show horses year-round, but for others it’s that time to prep the trailer for winter storage and perform preventative maintenance so your rig is as ready as you are come spring! 

Exercise Benefits Older Horses

Regular Exercise crucial for keeping youir mature horse sound.

  • 17 November 2016
  • Author: canpubco
  • Number of views: 1397
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Exercise  Benefits Older Horses
Unsoundness and other frailties of old age often call for horses to be relieved of day-to-day performance requirements, but regular exercise remains important for older horses. Exercise comes in many forms—it can be as simple as encouraging aged horses to walk from one end of a field to the other for feed and water, or walk-only lessons or lazy strolls.
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