As we head into the new year are you thinking about your training and competition goals for 2014? Having a safe and appropriate space to train and ride in is essential for every rider, and it also makes the rides much more enjoyable Did you know that the quality of Classic Equine Equipment products extends beyond just barns
Flatweed, couch grass, and sheep’s sorrel. What do these plants have in common? They all cause the equine neuromuscular disorder known as Stringhalt
Over hundreds of years, horses have made huge contributions to human society. War horses were instrumental in shaping the course of human history, and the Ardennes horse is among one of the oldest breeds of horses to serve in battle
If you want your barn to have a truly graceful, classic appearance, then Classic Equine Equipment’s European Stall Series might be just the stall for you. Today Jim Johnson, Classic Equine Equipment Sales Representative, discusses the elegance that the European Stall Series could bring to your barn. The European Stall Series is Classic Equine Equipment’s top-line stall series, offering the most elegant look of all of the stall systems
If your horse has been showing hoof sensitivity, but doesn’t have any signs of an abscess, bruised soles might be the issue. Bruised soles are a common occurrence, but thankfully they’re easily treated and prevented. What Are Bruised Soles?
Andalusians and Friesians are undeniably beautiful and talented breeds, and each excels in different disciplines and fashions today. Have you ever considered what would happen if the two breeds were to be crossed? Well, the Warlander is the answer to that very question.
Bandaging is a necessary skill to have as a horse owner, but it takes some practice (and regular use of the skill) to get it right. If your bandaging methods are a little rusty, here are a few brush-up basics to help you out.
It can be tempting to close up your barn during the winter to try to keep your horses warm. But there’s a dangerous side to reduced ventilation, and it’s coming from within your stalls: Urine odors can quickly build up and provide a less than ideal health environment for your horse. Here are some precautions to take to prevent urine odor buildup
Winter can bring with it a host of equine health issues – colic episodes can increase with the season’s change, and slips and falls on icy ground can result in injuries. Read on for some tips on preparing your horse for the approaching winter
The rain on September 11th felt like a typical late summer shower in Colorado. The difference was that it didn’t stop. It rained for five days, causing widespread flooding.