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Cribbing, compulsive equine behaviour, compulsive horse behaviour, EQyss Crib-Guard

Cribbing is a compulsive behaviour in which the horse places his upper incisors on a hard surface such as fence board or stall door, flexes his neck, pulls against the object, and sucks in air. He then releases the air all at once in a grunting or belching noise. Cribbing is a stereotypy or repetitive behaviour that appears to serve no practical purpose.

WTP bit,  Winning Tongue Plate horse bits, quality horse bits

The Winning Tongue Plate (WTP) Bit features a unique design that reduces bit pressure without pinching, and prevents tongue-over-bit and soft palate displacement. Used and recommended by veterinarians and champion riders, this bit comes in many different shapes and sizes to suit all breeds of horses and their needs, and is suitable for any discipline from racing and show jumping, to dressage and general riding.

After clipping horses professionally for many years, I find there’s nothing worse than spending hours of back-breaking labour only to reveal a dull and dandruff-covered horse under the hair.

When Margaret Winslow decided to buy a donkey, she had no idea that her 700 lb white donkey, Caleb, was going to come with some expectations of his own.

It is 1907 and Yukon Territory is still one of the last wild, untamed vestiges of Western Canada. When Inspector Richard Carol with the Royal North-West Mounted Police sits down for supper at the Brownstone Inn in Fort MacCammon, he has no idea just how dangerous the region has become. But he is about to find out as a young Mountie rushes into the dining room with news that a stranger has staggered into the Fort with a gunshot wound.

With rave reviews from such iconic horseman as Monty Roberts, Pat Parelli, Jonathan Field, and David O’Connor, this book is a must-read for every horse lover out there. An inspiring story about horses, life, and everything in between, Tik Maynard dives into what makes him a true horseman.

If you are a horse history buff, this is it. In Farewell to the Horse, author Ulrich Raulff takes an in-depth, thoroughly researched, and fascinating look at the contribution of the horse in the past few centuries.

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