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Weight Before Deworming Your Horse

Leave the weight-guessing game for carnivals. A weight tape helps ensure equine deworming effectiveness and prevents parasite resistance. Avoid the weight-guessing game when it’s time to deworm your horse. While a weight tape may seem

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TRAINED Horses Selling Barrel Horse INTERNET Auction

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KID TRAX RIDEAMALS™ SCOUT™, PLAY & RIDE PONY

Meet Scout, the interactive ride-on pony from Kid Trax Rideamals! This adorable pony combines ride-on fun with interactive play, as it comes to life with fully motorized eyes, ears, head and wheels. Scout has over

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What Is Value Range Pricing in Real Estate? A More Flexible Way to Price a Home

Courtesy of Realtor.com What is value range pricing in real estate? It’s when home sellers, rather than listing their home at a certain price, put up a range instead. For instance, rather than listing a home for $500,000, the ad

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Be On The Lookout For Vision Impairment In Pets

Like people, dogs and cats can experience poor or failing eyesight as they age. The onset of vision loss in our pets can occur for a number of reasons, including cataracts, glaucoma, and retinal diseases

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Ask The Vet: Therapeutic Farriery

Answered by, Jillian Mills, DVM, DACVSMR, CERP, CVA, Starwood Equine Veterinary Services, Woodside, CA Courtesy of AAEP Question: As I watch my horse walk towards me, I can see that the outside of her left front

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Steps to Minimizing Theft of Horses and Equipment

Courtesy of eXtension Almost any victim of horse theft can attest to the emotional and economic effect of such a crime. Over the past several years, both large- and small-scale owners have suffered thefts of horses, trucks,

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Safety Tips for Trailering a Horse

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily It’s not just horse health you have to keep tabs on while hauling; also check the health of your trailer and tow vehicle. Summer brings increased opportunity for travel with

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Safely Bring Your Horse Back to Work

Courtesy of Downunder Horsemanship If your horse has had the winter off and you’re ready to get back in the saddle, keep these success tips in mind so that it is a safe and enjoyable

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Road Worthy With Horses

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily Heed these tips to keep your horse-showing travels safe There is an old saying among touring rock ’n’ roll bands that goes something like this: “What happens on the road,

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Preventative Care for Horses in the Fall

Horses have a legendary history of helping mankind in all types of weather, proving that they can withstand more than most seasons dish out. However, it is important to take precautionary measures before each season

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Home on the Range

Courtesy of Travel Texas Looking for a unique way to unwind? Shed your cosmopolitan persona and spend a few days at a Texas guest ranch. With acres of natural beauty and plenty of creature comforts,

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Ellis Wins AQHA Collegiate Horsemanship Championship

Courtesy of American Quarter Horse Association Texas A&M University’s Avery Ellis took home gold at the 2018 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City. Mounted on unfamiliar American Quarter Horses, 16 collegiate equestrian

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Equestrian Track for San Diego International Film Festival

The San Diego International Film Festival (Oct 10-14, 2018) produced each year by the San Diego Film Foundation is proud to announce the slate for the second year of its Equestrian Film Track. The San

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Twombly Horse Sale July 28th in Cheyenne, Wyoming!

Twombly Horse Sale was held in Cheyenne during the Frontier Days Rodeo, in front of the Train Depot Plaza, July 28, 2018! The preview was held at the Laramie County Fairgrounds just out side of Cheyenne. We

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The Ailing Appendix

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily What’s the difference between Appendix, Tentative and Permanent? Few things in AQHA’s history were as confusing as the Appendix registry. Created when the American Quarter Racing and the National Quarter

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Should Your Pet be a Vegetarian?

There are so many human vegetarians that some of you may have wondered if your beloved four-legged friend is able to share the same passion and cause as you. If you have ever been interested

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Should You Buy a Horse Sight Unseen?

By Julie I. Fershtman, Attorney at Law People occasionally buy horses, sight unseen, based on an ad over the Internet or the recommendation of a friend. Many buyers are completely satisfied with their purchases. Unfortunately,

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Reactive on a Group Trail Ride

Courtesy of Downunder Horsemanship It’s common for horses to ride well on the trail by themselves and get excited and ignore their riders when they’re in a group. When you get two or more horses

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Milk Replacer for Foals

Courtesy of Nutrena Feed Room A friend recently called, asking if I had bottles for foals. She explained that her mare had rejected her foal, and the said they were going to have to start

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Making a Sale Video of Your Horse

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily If you are trying to sell your horse, chances are you will probably need a good-quality video to send to prospective buyers. There is a fine line between a video

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In It to Win It: Land Your Dream Home by Avoiding These 5 Mistakes on Your Offer

Courtesy of Realtor.com You’ve seen every house on the market and you’ve finally found the spot you can’t wait to call home. In fact, you’ve mentally decorated it and planned your new life, down to the

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Foal’s First Trim

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily There are many steps that need to be taken at foaling time and shortly there after to optimize mare and foal health, vigor and longevity. Horse owners who are raising

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Foal Growth

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily Special care and nutrition are required for your young horse. A healthy foal will grow rapidly, gaining in height, weight and strength almost before your very eyes. From birth to

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Ask The Vet: Colic

Answered by,  Amy Constantine, DVM, Antioch, Tenn. Courtesy of AAEP Question: Can colic be prevented and if so, how? What makes a horse more susceptible to colic and what are indicators that my horse might be

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Internet Catalog is Available Auction for August Auctions

“Shoppers can find well-bred horses for Cutting, Reining, Working Cow Horse, Ranch events, Western Pleasure, Hunter Under Saddle and Halter in the August Internet auctions from Professional Horses Services,” states Mike Jennings of the auction

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Bidding Closes Tonight – Benefit Auction – Lessons – Training – Videos

Bidding in the AQHA Professional Horsemen INTERNET Benefit Auction has been extended through Friday, August 10.  The first lot closes at 7:00 PM Central time. Members of AQHA Professional Horsemen have lessons, a weekend at

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Lee County 4-H Fair & Jr Show Participants Rewarded From Wahl Clipper

Lee County 4-H Fair & Jr Show participants rewarded for their hard work with free grooming tools from Wahl Clipper After the last firecracker has faded and the sparklers run out, nearly six million youngsters

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NRCHA Derby Champions Crowned in Paso Robles, California

Courtesy of National Reined Cow Horse Association Humble is not a word you would expect to hear from a competitor with three horses qualified for the clean-slate finals of the Open Derby but, that is

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Ask the Vet: Equine Skin Tumors

Answered by, Elizabeth Carr, DVM, Ph.D., DACVIM, DACVECC, CVA, Michigan State University Courtesy of AAEP Question: I have a grey 5-year-old Arab/Azteca mare. She is greying pretty slowly and I am wondering if horses that grey

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