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At Integrated Bio Systems in Abbotsford, B.C. they really know how to deliver relief. Using a combination of tried and true natural oils in a moisturizing cream base they have come up with a muscle rub balm for both humans and horses that soothes and relieves muscle pain and tension.

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Product Review - The world of supplements can be hard to navigate, especially if you have more than one concern that you’re trying to address when supplementing your horse’s diet. Whether it’s joint health, gut health, or just overall health, it can become overwhelming at the best of times.

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The Neuroscience of Horsemanship by Janet Jones, PhD. If there was ever a book whose time has come, it has to be HORSE BRAIN HUMAN BRAIN by Janet Jones, PhD. Jones is a cognitive scientist who applies brain research to the training of horses and riders by using the principles of working with horses at the neurological level, that internal space where the brains of two different species interact.

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Unlocking the Secrets to Trust, Cooperation, and Reliability - Almost all riders will say they have their own approach to building a relationship and achieving success with their horses.

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I was pleasantly surprised when I first saw the ewool® PRO heated vest. Having never tried a heated clothing product before, I expected it to be bulky and heavy, but this vest is sleek, lightweight, and great-looking too.

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From Wild Horse to Riding Horse - “Curiosity is a horse’s essential drive to explore his world. He sizes up what could possibly be dangerous, but also what could help his survival. It could be a new source of food or water, but also an encounter with a horse that might become a new companion. Curiosity is closely linked with learning behaviour and dealing with new situations. Being curious enough to assess an unfamiliar situation is, therefore, important for survival.”

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Exercises to Improve Rideability, Adjustability, and Performance - Show jumping and eventing are demanding, technically driven sports of precision, accuracy, and speed. And riders know that the elusive success to clear each fence or combination of fences is driven by stride control, a skill that not only produces the correct number of strides to approach a fence but, more importantly, the quality of the stride.

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