Bug Off: Controlling Flies in the Barn

We all love spending time in the barn with our horses; but sometimes, the bugs can, well, bug us. While flies may be a fact of life, we can limit population their numbers, allowing us to enjoy the time that we spend in the barn even more.

Jennifer Roberts
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Coconuts in Horses

It seems that every few months a new nutritional fad appears with wild claims of the benefits to be realized from the latest new thing.

Win Wolcott
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Creep Feed

Knowing when and how to creep feed your foal is key to their health and development. You can help solidify your foal’s nutritional foundation by creep feeding during his first year. 

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily
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Feeding Weanlings

You have followed your preferred method for weaning foals and you have followed the directions below: 

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History in the (re)Making!

Yet again, Metallic Cat is etching brand new cutting horse history. For the first time ever, the top American Quarter Horse/National Cutting Horse Association Leading Sire and Dam belong to a single owner.

Press Release
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Horse Showing Nerves

These eight tips will help you manage your pre-horse-show jitters. The amount of pressure you perform best under varies from person to person.

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From Show Mom to Exhibitor

The horse show mom is a special participant in the equine industry.  They are the ones that drive the youth to all equine related venues from lessons to tack stores and everywhere in between.

Kelsey Hellmann
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Training Tip: The Trail Wheel with David Busick

The wheel obstacle in a trail class can be simply viewed as reinvented lope overs. It does not have to be an intimidating hurdle to riders learning their way around the trail pen. Multi-time AQHA World Champion Trail horse trainer, David Busick, explains his technique for the wheel lope overs.

Kelsey Hellmann
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