Thursday, February 14 2013 by Editor
We’ve discussed in previous blogs the importance of ventilation – or more importantly cross-ventilation – and light in your barn. Adequate ventilation can help remove summer heat, moisture, dust and toxic gases.
It’s pretty routine: Often when vets come out to administer spring shots, they’ll check over your horse and float his teeth if necessary. Some owners prefer to have an equine dentist work on their horse’s teeth. But what exactly is going on in your horse’s mouth
If you ride horses for long enough, it will eventually happen: You will fall. It’s not a fun part of riding, but unfortunately it’s necessary.