The love of horses withstands the test of time and we all dream of riding until we can no longer saddle up and gallop away, but partaking in such a dangerous sport can put a damper on those dreams as the years go on. For Deanna Ross, 67, Jill Truitt-Langan, 63, and Agnita Knott, 69, […]
PARSIPPANY, N.J., June 27, 2019 — The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) released updated equine parasite control guidelines earlier this month, providing unified strategies for veterinarians and horse owners in diagnosing and controlling equine parasites. The guidelines, first released in 2013, continue to support an individualized deworming approach for horses using targeted treatments at appropriate dosage […]
As a follow-up to last month’s column about the condition of cryptorchidism in young stallions, this month we will look at your options for treatment. The saying goes that sometimes the cure can be worse than the disease, but I would say the opposite is the case for cryptorchidism. You may not have had the […]
Finding the right youth horse for your child is no easy task, and starting the process is both daunting and exciting. Sherry Cervi, Nellie Miller and Leslie Kinsel can help you get looking with their best horse-shopping tips for parents. Article by Barrel Horse News Whether it’s your child’s first horse, a step-up horse or […]
Horsepeople have particular quirks and tireless nuances that make us create chores like ride, clean, feed, water, repeat. It may not make sense to the outside world, but horse owners and enthusiasts just get it. Article by Western Horseman Those of us who enjoy horses, well, we’re just a little different from the rest. I […]
Two USEF Combined Driving National Championships concluded Sunday at Live Oak International with the culminating cones phase determining the national titles. Chester Weber secured a record 16th USEF Four-in-Hand National Championship title, and Steve Wilson won the USEF Advanced Pairs Combined Driving National Championship.
The month of March will witness the arrival of the mega Cheltenham Festival which is hugely popular in the UK. The racing event continues for four days during which some of the best horses and jockeys compete with each other at Prestbury Park.
The Dressage Foundation (TDF) is now accepting applications for the 2019 Young Rider International Dream Program. Participants selected for this year’s program will travel to Germany to attend the dressage competitions at the CHIO Aachen in July.
The CSIO5* Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of the United States of America kicked off Wednesday at Deeridge Farms with the horse inspection and the $8,000 CSIO5* 1.40m Warm-Up competition. The Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ USA, which will take place Sunday, February 17, is the only qualifier in the U.S. for the 2019 Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final in Barcelona, Spain, next fall.
Tired of watching your horses waste feed? Cashel Company’s Feed Rite Bag ensures horses eat their entire ration, lessening the waste involved with meal time. On top of less waste, the best-selling Feed Rite Bag also stops fighting between horses at feeding time and can help train hard to catch horses.