Mar. 14th Windsor Equestrian Center in Lakeside, CA will host the second annual East County Equestrian Foundation Benefit Sale 8-2pm. The event last year raised
A horse with hiccups may seem cute or funny, but if the actual medical condition known as Synchronous Diaphragmatic Flutter (SDF) or “thumps” is occurring,
Like any other type of business, the real estate world is filled with lingothat might not be discernible at first blush. Terms such as “pending”
As everyone knows, a new home is not an impulse purchase. You can’t just waltz in and declare, “I’ll take it!” Long before you get to making
The equine gastrointestinal tract can be divided into two main sections: the foregut and the hindgut. The foregut consists of the stomach and small intestine
A fast time is what it takes to win a check at a barrel race, but when it comes to training a barrel horse, slow
Have you ever seen something like this written down, “5 X 4 X 3” or “22 percent the blood of King,” and wondered exactly what
Courtesy of American Quarter Horse Association Heed this veterinarian’s advice when preparing to breed for your next foal. There’s nothing cuter than a newborn foal.
Courtesy of Downunder Horsemanship If you want your horse to be an all-around broke mount, it’s important to ride him outside the confines of an
A medical emergency is among the worst nightmares for any pet owner. Even minor injuries can be stressful, especially if they happen far from available
Exercise and diet are important in increasing a mare’s chances of getting in foal. When a mare is left to her own devices reproductively, she
One of the most impressive muscles in your horse’s body is his heart. Composed of four pumping chambers plus various inflow and outflow vessels, your
Champion barrel racer Kristie Peterson offers some advice on what it takes to win consistently. It is arguably harder than ever to stay consistently competitive
Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily Jim Brinkman, manager of Pitzer Ranch, outlines horse-breeding tips to help prevent your stallion from becoming a problem child. Stallions
Answered by, Judy Marteniuk, DVM, Michigan State University Courtesy of AAEP Question: Which bedding, straw or shavings, is best for a pregnant mare and her foal?