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Do you turn your horses out over the winter to fend for themselves?
Horses that are use to being feed and cared for are not considered wild should never be left to fend for themselves over the cold winter we have here in Canada. What is wrong with people who do this, would you do this to your pet, dog or cat when they have been reared by people and depend on you? Hope not
Horse Pasture Renovation
The Buck-It! Cover
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Elite Three: High Performance Hemp Supplements for Horses
Para-Dressage, Vaulting, Jumping & Driving at the World Equestrian Games
Jumping, Vaulting, and Para-Dressage
Build Your Horse’s Confidence - Part 1
Horses and Riders Persevere as Extreme Weather Plays Havoc
The How and Why of Soaking Hay
Victoria horse carriage horses collapse at Ogden Point
North Atlantic Organics - PEI Sea Plants
Cavalia Odysseo - a two minute glimpse at Cavalia
Horseback Riding Rein Holds – Split, Romel, Direct rein and more by Certified Horsemanship Association
Exercises on Horseback to Improve Rider Position by Certified Horsemanship Association
How-To Fit a Helmet for Horseback Riding by the Certified Horsemanship Association
How to Saddle Western with Julie Goodnight by Certified Horsemanship Association
Ember Had a Dream by Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association
Reading Horse Behaviour by Certified Horsemanship Association
Lengthening and Shortening of Strides by Certified Horsemanship Association
Do you blanket your horse in the fall and winter?