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Essential Skills: Fit to be Tied
Correct tying technique is critical to horse and human safety. Brush up your skills here.


Ask the Vet: Pressure Hives in Horses
What causes a horse to break out in hives after a grooming session?


Q & A with Dressage Champion and Author, Charlotte Dujardin
Dujardin talks about her new book, her star horse Valegro, and how she prepares for competition.


Four-Season Feeding Guide
How to create a healthy feeding plan for your horse all year long.


How to Budget for Vet Bills
A DVM shares strategies to cut costs and plan ahead for emergencies.


Vet Adventures: A Mighty Roar
Sometimes loud things come in small packages.


Giving a Friend Your All
A shared love of horses brings two friends together, leading to a life-saving kidney donation.


Fit Rider: Pilates Workout for Equestrians
Stay in shape for riding with these easy exercises when the weather keeps you out of the saddle.


Hay Before Grain?
An equine nutritionist explains why the order in which you feed your horse can make a difference in his digestive health.


Ask the Vet: Rehabbing a Retired Racehorse
What to know about an off-track Thoroughbred's health and soundness before starting his second career.


Featured Video: The Equestrians of Compton
Kids from the city of Compton get to experience a bit of agricultural life and equestrian competition thanks to an innovative program.


Your input is needed for the AHP Equine Industry Survey
American horse owners are being asked to participate in the fourth American Horse Publications Equine Industry Survey.


Ask the Vet: Do stallions have more teeth than mares?
The number of teeth a horse has can vary quite a bit between individuals.


Winter Feeding Made Easy
Strategies to maintain weight, reduce colic risk and feed smarter this winter.


Waiting to Inhale
Your horse’s respiratory health should be a top priority this winter.


Horses of Disney
Meet the equine cast members of America’s favorite theme park.


Belgian Draft Horse
This popular heavy horse has a solid work ethic and a friendly heart.


The Fragile and the Tenacious
Two extreme emergencies highlight the wide range of the equine constitution.


Zenyatta's first colt, coming soon to the hunter/jumper circuit
Cozmic One is retired from racing, and his new rider is aiming for the 2018 Thoroughbred Makeover


Quick Learners
Knowing how horses learn and understanding timing and pressure will make you a more effective teacher for your horse.


Fit Rider: Barn Aisle Workout
Incorporate these moves into your daily chores to stay fit this winter.


Resolving to Ride Better
How three, super-basic, uncreative New Year’s resolutions could revolutionize my riding. Maybe.


Ask the Vet: Colic Surgery Aftercare
What do I need to do to help my horse recover after he comes home from colic surgery?


2018 FEI World Equestrian Games tickets available today
Day and weekend passes have been released after the initial all-session day passes sold out in a single day.


The Tortoise and the Hare
The Tevis Cup rewrites the fable and defines what it really means to be a winner.


This Crazy Little Thing Called Tevis
100 miles in one day through the Sierra Nevada mountains is the ultimate test of endurance for horse and rider.


DIY Lariat Wreaths
Round up some holiday cheer with this easy, horse-themed craft.


It’s the Thought That Counts
Horse lovers receive the strangest gifts sometimes.


The 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games will be televised
The 2018 WEG in Tryon has announced an agreement with NBC Sports for next September's championships.


Winter Clipping Styles
Choose the perfect body clip style for your horse, from fully bare to barely there.


Ask the Vet: Evaluating Colic
How do I know if a colic episode can be managed at the farm or if it needs to be treated at an equine hospital?


Applications Open for the 2018 Thoroughbred Makeover
The Retired Racehorse Project's annual competition offers incentives for riders who retrain racehorses for new careers.


Going Bitless
Is riding bitless right for you and your horse? Take a look at some of the options.


Bright Lights, Rodeo City
In December, Las Vegas kicks up its heels to welcome the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.


Winter Wonderland
A Southern California horse owner moves and experiences "real” winter.


Winter is Coming
Prepare now by separating fact from fiction when it comes to cold-weather horse care.


Embracing Retirement
When a senior horse's riding days are over, there's still important work to be done.


Learn how to make the most of your farmland
A webinar from the Homes for Horses Coalition will offer tips for making your farm an efficient, healthy home for horses and the environment.


Should you supplement your horse's hay-based diet?
Certain nutrients that are plentiful in grass are lost once hay has been cut, dried, and stored.


Unwanted Horse Coalition to Participate in #GivingTuesday
Take a photo with your favorite formerly "unwanted" horse for the UHC's #unselfie contest.


How to reduce your risk of a winter barn fire
Equine Guelph's advice for a combustibles clean-up will make your barn safer this winter.


Riding in Alaska’s Backcountry
Explore the alpine paradise of Southcentral Alaska on horseback.


Taking the Lead
How to be your horse’s trusted leader and avoid the mistakes that could erode your authority.


Ask the Vet: When to Geld a Colt
What's the optimal age to geld a colt or stallion?


What happens if your horse outlives you?
The Unwanted Horse Coalition has published a guide on creating a plan for your horse's care.


Vet Adventures: Digging In Your Heels
Repeat after me: Trainers are not veterinarians.


How hay bags and slow feeders affect horses
Feeding hay with different methods had an impact on horses’ eating behavior, and their attitude toward humans.


Watch the U.S. Dressage Finals Live Online
The championship competition takes place through Sunday, November 12.


Fit Rider: Support in the Saddle
How kinesio tape, braces, and other support products can keep you riding strong.


Ask the Vet: Locked Stifle
What causes a locked stife, and what can be done to treat it?

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