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Small Mesh Hay Net

Freedom Feeder™ Small Mesh Hay Net Makes Feeding Healthy & Easy Is Your Horse Bored? Chewing Wood? Not As Happy As He could Be? Do You Have to Run Home to Feed Your Horses? Do Your Horses Thrive? Or Could They Do Better? Those are all legitimate questions and all questions I have asked myself […]

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OTTB: The Mechanics of the Horse’s Leg

Here is a dissection of a front leg of a Thoroughbred to study the extreme pressure that is put on the leg and tendons during a race. Very interesting! God created this animal with perfection! The Horse’s Leg: An Amazing Work of Biological Creation!

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Great Coupon for Horse.com, Stateline Tack & Dog.com!

Horse.com Get ready for the cold weather and check out the complete line of horse blankets, specifically the Saxon brand with exclusive colors and patterns that can only be found on Horse.com. You can also promote our Zimecterin Gold Dewormer deal that we are currently running – customers receive a $3 rebate when the buy 6 tubes. October […]

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Large Small Mesh Haynets Now Available

Check out our newest product available at PerformingHorse .com Remember, a while ago I posted about these nets ( http://performinghorse.com/?p=10) and now, after extensive testing and trying, we have them available on our site here. Just click on the page link ‘Small Mesh Haynet’ above and see for yourself. The best thing? Oh, there are […]

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Equine Affaire – Pomona California

Last year I totally missed the Equine Affaire in Pomona, CA because I simply realized too late that it was coming up! Bummer! I would have loved to go. So, I emailed them and offered my help in getting the word out. That way, I was sure to know in time when the next show […]

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7 Tips for Dressage Training an Arab…

Is there a difference in training a Warmblood or a Quarter horse or even an Arabian in Dressage? I learned about that over the last couple of years. My daughter is the luckiest girl when it comes to her dressage coach. Until a couple of years ago, she had mainly trained children and adults for […]

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Cleaning Stalls at the Barn – for Money…

That is money you pay for this privelege! Wow! I never would have come up with this idea. Read the following post I found on an Ebay Neighborhood Post: “We have a stables nearby that “allows” the public to come and clean out stalls and brush horses for $25.00. So you can pretend it is […]

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The Half Halt – How to Put Your Horse On The Bit

By Jane Savoie No matter where I travel, the most frequently asked questions I get are, “How do I put my horse on the bit…and how do I keep him there consistently?” This concept baffles many riders. My hope here is to simplify the process for you with the following information. First, you need to […]

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How to Get Your Dressage Horse on the Bit

How to Get Your Dressage Horse on the Bit By Jane Savoie Do you saw left and right on your dressage horse’s mouth or wiggle the bit with both hands to get him “on the bit”. If you “saw” on your dressage horse’s mouth by alternating squeezing and releasing with your hands, you’re riding your […]

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14 Inch Horse

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Dressage

Who Ever Said Dressage Was Easy… Dressage. Oh, when done well is a beautiful dance between horse and rider. The horse and rider are one. The horse seems to intuitively know what the rider wants. The rider just smiles, enjoys and looks between the horses ears and occasionally lets her inside hand quickly slide over […]

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August Dressage Shows in Kentucky…

  *Cincinnati Dressage Tradition II August 2, 2009 Judges: Jeff Moore (S, R DSHB), Robin Brueckmann(S), Janet Curtis (S), Wayne Quarles (R) Roberts Arena, Wilmington OH Contact Chris Federer: 5982 Ludlum Road, Morrow OH 45152 513.899.3015 or cell 513.833.5081 chrisfederer@embarqmail.com   Summerbird Dressage Test Practice August 2, 2009 Masterson Station Park (sand arena at top […]

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Do You Know What Is In Your Hay?

The bulk of most horses’ diets are comprised of hay, yet few people know its nutritional profile.     The only way to find out is to have the hay analyzed.   A hay analysis will reveal any deficiencies or excesses of nutrients as well as the simple sugar content.   Once we know, we […]

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Horses React to Human Heart Rates, Study Finds

by: Nancy Zacks July 01 2009, Article # 14464 from TheHorse.com An increase in a human’s heart rate affects the heart rate of the horse they are leading or riding, researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences recently reported. Linda Keeling, PhD, and colleagues tested horses and riders to see if humans inadvertently communicate […]

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Dressage Shows in California for June 2009

JUN 5-6 *** TRANSITIONS DRESSAGE IN JUNE (TEMECULA) JUDGE HOWARD CONTACT KAREN CENTER 951-767-2435 JUN 6-7 *** FRANKTOWN MEADOWS JUNE DRESSAGE CLASSIC (CARSON CITY, NV) JUDGE TBA CONTACT LYNNE GARNETT 775-831-4261 JUN  6-7 *** DENVILLE KANANI DRESSAGE (PLEASANTON) JUDGE ROUTSON CONTACT KRIS KALSTROM 925-248-0599

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