If you have a horse that is somewhat, well, sensitive about having its mane worked with, here are some tips from our sister site Eventing Nation to help you make that mane maintenance more manageable. (more…)
Kissing spines is a condition that affects an estimated 40% of horses, and diagnosing it can be difficult. At one time, the diagnosis was considered career ending, but great strides have been made in digital imaging and surgical and medical treatments. Take a dive into the science! (more…)
White Line Disease is a hoof infection caused by fungi, bacteria, or a combination of both that destroys tissue connection within the hoof. Here’s how to you can detect, treat it and prevent it. (more…)
If you think acupuncture may benefit your horse, you’ll want to check out this article from our sister site, Eventing Nation. Brought to you by Banixx, this article highlights the benefit of acupuncture in treating horses for a variety of ailments.
Thank you to everyone who submitted entries for this year’s holiday contest. Here are this year’s winners. (more…)
Managing a hard keeper can be frustrating, to say the least. Here are some helpful tips courtesy of our sister site, Eventing Nation, and Banixx. (more…)
Sometimes a barn just isn’t the right fit. So how do you go about choosing a new one? Eventing Nation, our sister site, has some great tips to help you find the right situation for your horse. (more…)
Even a small barn with only a few horses can create a lot of waste. Add in more horses (and more riders!) and that’s a lot more waste. Here are some tips to help you build a greener barn. (more…)
We’ve all seen the ISO ads — you know the ones. They specify that they are looking for a horse that does X, Y and Z, but definitely one that is NOT a cribber. Well, here’s a new look at cribbing. (more…)
‘Tis the season for clipping! Shellie Sommerson shares tips for a successful clip job.
So you want to clip your horse? Here are some pro tips on how to go about it.
As equestrians, we’re always looking for effective ways to treat our horses’ wounds and skin issues. Banixx is effective in both realms.