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  1. USRider: Horse Owner Travel Precautions for Equine Vesicular Stomatitis

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    Each summer, horse owners travel with their horses to explore different parts of North America. The summer heat and bugs create a melting pot for equine … READ MORE »

  2. The Colt Has a Dinner Date (with the Water Buffalo)

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    How do you coax a yearling colt to not be afraid of water buffalo? Let them have dinner together! I came up with the idea out … READ MORE »

  3. Want to Learn Natural Horsemanship? Try a Bryan Neubert Clinic

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    If you like the kinder, gentler methods of horse training that are part of natural horsemanship, consider learning its tenets from one of the best: Bryan Neubert. … READ MORE »

  4. Research Shows Equine Therapy Helps Children with Autism

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    Research from Washington University in St Louis indicates that treating children who have autism in occupational therapy sessions using the movements of the horse, commonly called … READ MORE »

  5. Study: Horses Are Good Therapy for Alzheimer’s Patients

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    In the first study of its kind, researchers have determined that spending time with horses eases symptoms of Alzheimer’s dementia. A collaboration between The Ohio State University, … READ MORE »

  6. Equine Guelph: When Disaster Strikes, Plan to be Prepared

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    Ice storms, blizzards, floods, or tornadoes – it seems that over the past few years, horse owners have seen them all. Disasters often strike without warning … READ MORE »

  7. Recent Equine Rabies Cases Highlight Importance of Vaccinating

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    Two recent equine rabies cases in Tennessee and one in New York serve as reminders that rabies is a real threat to the lives of horses, and that … READ MORE »

  8. Horse Rescue Report: The Story of Max (Part Two)

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    It’s hard to see the good side of a horse who bites or kicks. Horse rescue advocate Cate Lamm continues her story of seeing a better … READ MORE »

  9. It’s Easy to Trim Your Horses’ Hooves Yourself with the Electric Hoof Knife

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    The idea of owning our own small farm was appealing in every way except one: Our beloved farrier and friend was declining to move with us. … READ MORE »

  10. From Horse Journal: Three Exercises To Prepare For Cross-Country Jumping

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    How do you teach a young or green horse how to jump cross country? Horse Journal performance editor John Strassburger put together a guide called “Get Ready … READ MORE »

  11. Senate Committee Approves Bill to Protect Tennessee Walking Horses from Abuse

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    Congress moved one step closer to protecting horses from the cruel practice of “soring” when the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation approved the Prevent … READ MORE »

  12. HorseSafetyUSA: Guidelines for Choosing a Child’s Riding Lesson Program

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    Are you looking now for a summer horse program for the young horse lover in your house? Then you need to read the following tips from HorseSafetyUSA.com: … READ MORE »

  13. Horse Rescue Volunteers, Staff Offered Free Training–But Hurry, Deadline is Friday!

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    Horse rescues around the country can participate in a free, virtual training program, offered in part by the Humane Society of the United States. “Plan 4 … READ MORE »

  14. Book Review: Modern Eventing with Phillip Dutton

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    Horse Journal Performance Editor John Strassburger is a lifelong three-day event rider and a professional trainer in California. His review of Phillip Dutton’s outstanding book, Modern … READ MORE »

  15. Tips For Overseeding Horse Pastures

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    Early spring is the ideal time to overseed pastures, according to Laurie Cerny, editor and publisher of good-horsekeeping.com. “After the hard winter we have had with heavy … READ MORE »

  16. Humane Society Urges Congress Urged to Act in Response to Investigation of Horseracing Industry

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    Do you stay on top of news in the horse industry? An undercover investigation into the ongoing behind-the-scenes abuses of racehorses by a major trainer in … READ MORE »

  17. Horse Trainer Missy Wryn on Having the Invisible Tether

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    When was the last time you went on a “virtual ride” with a horse trainer? Internationally recognized horse whisperer Missy Wryn provides comprehensive horse management, horsetraining, and effective communication workshops, clinics, … READ MORE »

  18. Horse Rescue Report: The Story of Max, the Dangerous Horse

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    Have you ever had a dangerous horse? Rescue horse advocate discovered she had her hands full when she took on the project of Max, a rescue … READ MORE »

  19. Video of Wild Horse Stallion Telling Colt It’s Time for Him to Move Out of the Herd

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    You’ll love this awesome footage of the inner workings of a herd of wild horses. The stallion has decided that it’s time for one of his … READ MORE »

  20. Equine At War

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    Are you looking for a good horse book on a cold night? It’s not a regular horse book, but Dr. Deb Eldredge, Horse Journal Contributing Veterinary … READ MORE »

  21. Worries of a Horse Farm Owner About Drought and Hay

    Until last week, our fields still looked as dry as they do in August.

    What does a dry spring mean for your horse? For three-day eventing expert journalist and trainer John Strassburger of Horse Journal, it means worries about drought: … READ MORE »

  22. Horse Rescue Report: Late-Winter Blues

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    Is the never-ending winter interfering with your horse life? Horse rescue advocate Cate Lamm weighs in on the topic: Here at the end of winter, with … READ MORE »

  23. Got 5 Minutes a Day to Improve Your Riding?

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    There’s a solid reason for that saying, “Never judge a book by its cover.” Especially if it’s a horse book, written by someone from a discipline … READ MORE »

  24. Consumers Direct the Marketplace: Shopping for Horse Stuff

    Horse Journal's 20th Anniversary edition in digital format.

    As Horse Journal marks its 20th Anniversary, Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Foley reflects on the trends she’s seen while editing the foremost equine consumer publication. Note: Horse Journal … READ MORE »

  25. New York’s Carriage Horses: The First Step Down a Bad Road

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    Some topics are very difficult for horse people to agree upon.  One of those issues is currently getting a lot of publicity: The question surrounding the … READ MORE »

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