Courtesy of Certified Horsemanship Association Take a moment and imagine yourself riding a horse. What do you see? Are you wearing jeans, cowboy boots and
Written By Tom Lenz, DVM, MS Spring might be the best time of the year, but if we have horses that are prone to developing
Courtesy of SmartPak Stop and think about your grooming routine for a minute. Are you getting the results you want—a clean, healthy-looking horse—without spending hours
By Cynthia McFarland Courtesy of Farnam If you have horses, you usually have rodents. Whether you see them or not. “People will tell me, ‘I
By Justin Harper, DVM, MS The first year of life in a horse can be filled with many ups and downs for both the horse
For those who missed last month’s column, the Young Horse Development Program is a program that showcases the stock being bred and raised by AQHA
Courtesy of Realtor.com That seemingly endless waiting period when you’re on pins and needles to find out if your offer to buy a house has been accepted can be more
By Clinton Anderson Rearing is a very dangerous situation for both horse and rider, and if left uncorrected is a problem that only gets worse.
Does your horse have what it takes to be a SuperMask® SuperModel? Here’s your chance to prove it to America with one great photo! In
Courtesy of Penn State Rain rot or rain scald, is caused by bacteria and often is mistaken for a fungal disease. The bacteria live in
Whether your dog stays outside for hours at a time or is primarily an inside dog, all dogs are at risk for Chagas disease, a
Courtesy of Realtor.com Ah, country living—fresh air, wide-open spaces, a slower pace of life. What’s not to love? (Once you get used to those really
Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily Camping is always more fun when done horseback, and these destinations are more than happy to have you! Pack up
Mountain Trail is an exciting and relatively new competitive equestrian sport. Negotiating difficult obstacles that might be found on a typical mountain trail alongside other
By Clinton Anderson When you begin to teach the horse to load onto the trailer, the first rule is to completely forget about the trailer.