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Mason Lowe, Professional Bull Rider, Dies After Suffering Injuries at National Western Stock Show Event

“He was a cowboy’s cowboy. He could rope, ride and cover any bull,” friend Austin Shirley said. Mason Lowe, a professional bull rider, died Tuesday after suffering injuries during an event at the National Western

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Top Bucking Stock of 2018 Wrangler NFR

Courtesy of PRCA Some of the best bucking stock in the world convened at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Dec. 6-15, to give the best cowboys in the world a chance to

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Stand Still for Mounting

Courtesy of Downunder Horsemanship A horse that constantly moves around when you try to slip your foot in the stirrup is not only frustrating, but potentially dangerous. A well trained horse stands quietly while you

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Stallion Reproductive Evaluation

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily It’s always a good idea to have a reproductive evaluation performed on your stallion so you’ll know what to expect and can identify potential problems. Reproductive evaluations are typically performed

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Stallion Nutrition for Breeding Season

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily Question: What are some things I can do, as far as nutrition goes, to help my stallion produce quality sperm during breeding season? Answer:To some, it may seem like the

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Stallion in Training

It takes proper care and patience to get a young stallion to accept a horse-breeding dummy Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily Few stallions do live cover anymore. Most are now collected using a breeding dummy, with the

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Questions You’ll Wish You Asked Before You Moved In

Courtesy of Realtor.com Avoid regrets by knowing what questions to ask a REALTOR® or owner before you commit to a new home. If you bought a house with no maintenance issues big or small, let

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Immunization Awareness

Immunizations are one of the easiest ways to ensure that your pet lives a long and healthy life. According to Dr. Kate Creevy, an associate professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine &

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EVA: A Manageable Problem

By Andrea CaudillCourtesy of America’s Horse Daily Equine viral arteritis is a cause of concern for horse owners and breeders, not the least because many horsemen are not very familiar with the virus. According to

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Barn Pros Now Offers Outdoor Riding Arenas

Courtesy of Barn Pros Barn Pros can now help you and your horse with your outdoor riding arena needs in four different sizes. Our outdoor riding arenas are the perfect option for maximizing your enclosed

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2018 USEF Equestrian of the Year Nominees

Wendy Potts is among 15 nominees for the 2018 USEF Equestrian of the Year.  Wendy Potts is a talented horse trainer, and the owner of Freewill Farm in Mansfield, Texas. She began riding at age

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Ask The Vet: Foal Care

Answered by, Judy Marteniuk, DVM, Michigan State UniversityCourtesy of AAEP Question: How soon after a foal is born should they start receiving grain in their young diet? Answer:Foals will mimic their dam within the first few

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PETAKillsAnimals.com Launches “Dumbest PETA Campaign” Contest

Winner will receive a 12-month subscription to meat delivery service Butcher Box What’s worse: Trivializing the Holocaust, or making light of sexual violence? Those are just two examples from years of obnoxious media stunts by

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Internet Catalogs Open for Shopping • Last Call for Entries

“The Internet Auction catalogs are open for shopping in the 2 Internet Auctions that make up the 50th ANNUAL MID WINTER Auction.   There are 2 Internet auctions offering Quarter Horses, Paints and Appaloosas: The BROODMARE

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STORY OF HOPE AND HEALING, UNBRIDLED OPENS IN SELECT CITIES JANUARY 18

Directed by John David Ware and starring Eric Roberts, T.C. Stallings,film is inspired by benefits of emotional equine therapy Cinespots and Moving Visions Entertainment today announce the select cities across the U.S. where UNBRIDLED will open

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Las Vegas 2018 Sales Results

When the hammer fell on Lot 4, “Pumkin”, he became our all-time high selling horse! This beautiful 4 yr old palomino gelding is an own son of HF Mobster. He has had reining training and is a blast to ride on the ranch.

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Barn Pros Now Offers Outdoor Riding Arenas

Barn Pros can now help you and your horse with your outdoor riding arena needs in four different sizes.

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Trevor Brazile Says Goodbye to Full-Time Rodeo

King of the Cowboys to close the book on full-time professional rodeo  An unparalleled era of rodeo excellence ends at this year’s Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, as King of the Cowboys Trevor Brazile closes the

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The 4 Key Trends Home Buyers and Sellers Should Watch in 2019

Courtesy of Realtor.com We’re entering the home stretch of 2018, when you can actually say, “See you next year!” to someone you’ll see in just a few weeks. It’s a time to look ahead, to

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Spooking on the Trail

Courtesy of Downunder Horsemanship From time to time, your horse is going to spook at objects on the trail. Having a fail-safe approach to handling a spook and remaining in control of the situation will

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EPM: Understanding this Debilitating Disease

Courtesy of AAEP Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM) is a master of disguise. This serious disease can be difficult to diagnose because its signs often mimic other health problems in the horse and signs can range

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Cold Weather Challenges for Horses with Osteoarthritis

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily Make winter easy on your horse with osteoarthritis with these tips  Winter brings difficulties to horse owners, but it also brings its own set of challenges to horses with osteoarthritis

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Between Ropings

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily Working the log with your tie-down horse A tie-down horse is different from a team-roping horse because he has to know how to work by himself and know what he’s doing. I

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AQHA World Championship Show Wrap-Up

Courtesy of American Quarter Horse Association Nearly 4,500 entries converged at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City to vie for the AQHA’s coveted golden globes and more than $2.3 million in purse and prizes. That’s

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A Horse For Christmas

Courtesy of SmartPak As any horse-crazy child can attest, the greatest Christmas gift one could ever receive is an equine friend. Several SmartPak employees share their fond memories  with Horseman’s News of getting a horse or

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Ask the Vet: Preparing Your Mare for Breeding Season

Answered by, Madison Seamans, DVM, MS, Cornerstone Equine Medical Service, Wilder, Idaho Courtesy of AAEP Question: I was told it is not wise to breed an Appaloosa to an Appaloosa. What issues would this present, and

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Feline Inappropriate Elimination–Thinking Outside The Litter Box

Inappropriate elimination, or urinating outside of the litter box, is one of the most common problems noted by indoor cat owners. Currently, it is a dominant reason for owners to surrender their cats at a

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Barn Pros Introduces Travel Paddock Package

Barn Pros is here to help making traveling with your horse a breeze.

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ASPCA Grants $225,000 to Help Rehabilitate and Retrain Retired Racehorses

Now in its ninth year, the ASPCA Rescuing Racers Initiative has granted over $2 million to support former racehorses The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) today announced it has

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Wellness: What Every Horse Deserves

By: Jacquelin Boggs, DVM, MS, DACVIM, Senior Veterinarian, Equine Technical Services with Zoetis The vast majority of horses are not protected against all core diseases.1,2While you love your horse like a family member, is he facing grave

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