Deworming

Deworming

The Old Way: Deworming may be something you’ve been doing the same way for as long as you can remember—most likely rotating between ivermectin, pyrantel, and a handful of other chemicals about every eight weeks or so.

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Equipment

Fitting Your Curb Strap and Breast Collar

Improving your horse showing performance with your barrel horse might be simpler than you think. Trainer and breeder Bill Myers has seen a lot of competition arenas through the years, hauling from his Myers Training Stables in St. Onge, South Dakota, which he owns and operates with his wife, Deb.

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Health

Wait and See Won’t Work for Equine Corneal Problems

A corneal ulcer (ulcerative keratitis), is the most serious eye disease that veterinarians treat. Defined as a lesion in which the outer layer and some of the middle layer of the cornea have been lost, even simple ulcers can quickly progress to larger, more complicated ones if not diagnosed and treated promptly.

By Dennis E. Brooks, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVO Courtesy of AAEP.com
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Training Tips

Lope Departures

Horse-training tips to get your horse to do correct lope departures with minimal cues. In horsemanship or equitation, a good lope or canter departure will lead to a better execution of your maneuver.

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Show Results

AQHA Select World Show

The 2016 American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Select World Championship Show, presented by Adequan, took place in Amarillo, TX, August 25- September 3.

Kate Sanchez
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