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Horse Care Articles


Take Your Camp Horse Home!
Some camps allow riders to lease their favorite horse over the winter.

Get Ready for Your New Horse
10 things you should do or have before you bring your new horse home.

20 Tips for Summer Horse Health Care
Learn 20 ways you protect your horse or pony if your area heats up during the summer.

Summer Horse Care Solutions
How to keep your horse healthy and happy in hot weather.

Tips for Keeping Your Horse Warm and Cozy
Learn how to keep your horse warm and out of the cold this winter season.

Horse Wound Injury With Swelling
What to do if your horse turns up with a big bump or swelling.

Keeping Your Horse Away From Leg Injuries
Follow these 10 tips to keep your horse's legs out of harms way and away from injury.

Horse Hoof Care
Picking out a hoof is easy when you know how to do it.

Getting Your Horse on the Bit
Read this article for some tips on how to get your horse on the bit.

Blanketing Your Horse
As it starts to get cold, your horse may need to wear a blanket. Here are some tips to help decide if and how your should wear a blanket.

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