In This Issue
- Rugging Up: The Wrap on Blanketing -Whether or not to blanket a horse is an often-debated question and there are many logical reasons to go either way.
- How to Care for Tack and Riding Equipment - Give your tack and gear some regular TLC and they’ll repay you with years of safe, enjoyable service.
- Best Exercises to Resolve Crookedness -Create better symmetry by putting the horse in situations where he has to organize his own body.
- Horsemanship with Jonathan Field -Young horse pre-trailer training to instill trust, confidence, and thinking through challenges.
- A Canadian Legacy Lives On In Jay Duke -Jay Duke followed the path of his parents, two accomplished equestrians in their own right, to become a true horseman.
- Common Equine Spinal Problems - 3 case studies: Wobbler syndrome, kissing spines, and pelvis problems.
- The Horse’s Neck -Guide to everlasting cervical happiness for your horse.
- Senior Senator’s Triumph - Steeplechaser recovers from a broken neck to win Maryland Hunt Cup for the second time.
- Saddle Fit and Equine Back Disorder -What role does saddle fit play in hunter’s bump and kissing spines?
- Diagnosis and Management of PPID - Advances in knowledge of Equine Cushing’s Disease allow well-managed PPID horses to live full lives.
- How to Safely Refeed the Starved Horse -What is refeeding syndrome, and can a severely malnourished horse be returned to good health?
- The How and Why of Soaking Hay -Soaking and steaming hay has many advantages, especially in a barn with hay that isn’t suitable for all resident horses.
- Celebration of Horses Photo Contest
- Industry Products
- Horse Council BC News
- Manitoba Horse Council News
- Country Homes & Acreages
- Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association News
- Product Review: Mare Support
- Book Review: Wild Horse Country
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