• By Dr. Jay Altman, DVM [Editors Note: This is the second in a seven part series about horse digestive issues.] Colic is the number one killer of horses. It can be life threatening in a relatively short period of time. Quickly and accurately recognizing the signs, and seeking qualified veterinary help can maximize the chance […]

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  • April 21, 2008 - Admin

    Feed and Digestion – Part One

    The key to a Healthy Horse By Dr. Jay Altman, DVM [Editors Note: This is the first in a seven part series about horse digestive issues.]

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  • March 29, 2008 - Admin

    Horse Riding Lessons

    By Sean Prenderville The decision is made; you want to take horse riding lessons. What a great choice of exercise and pleasure! However, just making the decision to learn to ride is not enough. You need to decide what sort of horse riding lessons you would like best. Your primary decision at this point is […]

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  • March 28, 2008 - Admin

    Horseback Riding for Exercise & More

    By Sean Prenderville It has been nearly a century since horses served as our primary means of transportation. Since the invention of horseless carriages, the horse has evolved into largely a recreational animal. Horseback riding as a sport encompasses a wide array of styles and goals. It is a fantastic physical activity, and, whether you […]

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  • By Ron Victor                               Summer is fast approaching, are you considering sending your child to a summer camp with a horse program? Surely a lot of questions like what will my child learn? What kinds of horses are kept at these camps? Will normally arise. A summer horse camp is a camp with a […]

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