Barn Safety

Winter Woes: Dangers of Ammonia

It's true, the smell of ammonia may be stronger in the summer months, with the sun beating down on urine and heating up wet spots in stalls. However, that doesn’t mean that ammonia is gone in the winter.

Jennifer Roberts
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Rider Health

Avoid Back to the Saddle Soreness

In some places, the winter weather becomes so inclement that horse owners are unable to ride for weeks, maybe months, so how do you stay in shape when you’re unable to ride?

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily
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Remembering a Legend... Benny Guitron

There’s something to be said for those who are born to strive for success. A willingness to learn and a never-ending quest to improve are some of the biggest attributes in becoming a master of a trade.

Press Release
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Equine Health

Symptoms of Ulcers

I recently bought a  mare that is seriously underweight. I’m worried that she might have ulcers. I’ve had her for a few weeks on grain and 24/7 hay and she doesn’t seem to be gaining any weight.

Courtesy of
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Show Results

Second Shall be First

Second Spot and Matt Gaines brought down a packed house with a 229 in the Open finals of the Jerry’s Chevrolet NCHA Futurity, presented by Great American Insurance December 10 in Fort Worth.

Sally Harrison, Courtesy of National Cutting Horse Association
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