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9 signs to look out for: When is your horse getting old?

Do you know when your horse is old? Or getting older? It is often said that a horse can live until it is somewhere between 20 and 35 years old. This depends...

Veterinarian: Creating a Strong and Durable Horse – 3 Things to Focus on

The horse was born to live out in the open. That´s why, it´s built to be an amazing athlete. But to get a durable athlete, the horse requires that we as riders...

Bulbs – the shock absorbers of a horse

Have you ever thought about the function of your horse’s bulbs? Well, the ones placed at the bottom of each leg of course. Companied by the other important parts of the horse’s...

Find Out If Your Horse Is Primarily Using Its Right or Left Leg

Do you know if your horse is either right or left 'handed'? Otherwise you can read how to find out and work with asymmetry in this article.

A Hackamore Might Gossip About Your Riding Skills

Have you ever ridden with a hackamore? It requires a advanced rider but if you get the hang if it, you will have a satisfied horse.

Jealousy in Equestrian Sport: What Can We Learn from this Emotion?

Have you ever felt jealous at another rider? In this article we describe different types of jealousy. Which to focus on and which to embrace.

Save the Zipper on Your Riding Boots – This is How Easy It Is

Equestrians' worst nightmare: However, A broken zipper does not necessarily mean you have to buy new boots. You can fix it yourself.

5 Things Any Owner of a Gelding Knows About

Find out what type of gelding your horse is. Perhaps it is the bully, the gentleman or the nonchalant one?

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