If you find yourself with a horse who needs more work and attention than you can devote to him, or if multiple horses are straining your budget, then looking into leasing out one of your horses might provide the perfect solution. A lease can be an enjoyable situation for everyone involved, as long as you go about setting up the lease carefully. What Kind of Lease?
Gastric ulcers, painful sores which form on the lining of a horse’s stomach, can occur and reoccur many times throughout a horse’s life. Ulcers can make your horse uncomfortable , unhappy, and unwilling to work, and treating ulcers is a long and expensive process
It’s time to deck the halls and, of course, the barn aisle. Decorating your barn for Christmas is a fun way to get into the holiday spirit, but it’s also important to keep the safety of your horses in mind. Here are a few suggestions to keep your barn festive and safe during the Christmas season this year
The Estonian Native Horse is a truly unique breed; it is the last of the horse breeds which once roamed the forests of Northern Russia. This historical breed was almost lost; at one point its numbers dipped below 1,000, but thanks to breeders dedicated to its preservation, the Estonian Native Horse’s numbers have increased
We blanket our horses to keep them warm each winter, but do you consider your horse’s safety when you blanket him? An ill-fitting or poorly adjusted blanket can actually endanger your horse; here are some things to remember as you dig out your blanket collection for the winter.
Versatile and available with many different options, Classic Equine Equipment’s Legend Stall Series offers you the ability to customize each stall to fit your specific needs and desires.
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.
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
As you begin to pack things away for the winter, space in your tack room can get quite crowded very quickly.
Thursday, October 17 2013 by Editor
Building a barn is an exciting time. Your dream barn is probably filled with all kinds of great options, like heaters and wash stalls. But when you sketch out the barn’s layout, there are many important aspects that often go overlooked, and this can lead to trouble and necessitate problem-solving down the line