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Overcoming Rider’s Block
Find your motivation and get back in the saddle this spring with these 10 tips.


8 Things Horse Owners Should Do Before a Vet Visit
Score points with your vet by following these tips.


This Week in Horses — February 20, 2015
A horse named Brian, runaway race horse and more in this week's news roundup.


A Horse Lover's Guide to a Florida Winter Vacation
You don't have to be an A-circuit competitor to enjoy all the Sunshine State has to offer.


Camp Casey Delivers Happiness on Horseback
Children with cancer find joy with horses thanks to a group of Michigan horsewomen.


Valentine’s Day Gifts for Horse Lovers
Looking for a gift for the equestrian in your life? Here are 14 ideas to get you started.


This Week in Horses — February 6, 2015
Meet the newest Clydesdale, California horse stuck in a bathtub and more in this week's news roundup.


Budweiser Clydesdales Top Ad Meter Rankings Again — with Help from a Puppy
Anheuser-Busch’s sentimental spots have been the viewer favorites for three years running.


True Tale: I Rode a Haflinger
A Horse Illustrated writer experiences firsthand what this breed has to offer.


This Week in Horses — January 30, 2015
Helmet rule change, enormous bronze Pegasus and more in this week's news roundup.


Budweiser Clydesdales and Lost Puppy Star in 2015 Super Bowl Commercial
Watch it, and past Super Bowl ads featuring the Clydesdales, right here.


The Truth Behind Five Equine Medical Myths
Take a look at these five horse health legends and see if you know which are true and which are false.


I Can’t Afford My Horse!
If horsekeeping expenses are climbing out of your reach, here are some options to help bring them back down.


Warm Up and Cool Down to Keep Your Horse Comfortable
Improve performance and reduce injury risk with these techniques.


This Week in Horses — January 23, 2015
Clydesdale watch continues, massive theft of riding gear and more in this week's news roundup.


Your Input is Needed in the Third Equine Industry Survey
The survey from American Horse Publications will identify current trends and challenges in the horse industry.


Safer Barn Landscaping
Many popular landscaping plants are toxic to horses. Find out which to avoid and which are OK to use at the barn.


Snowy Scenes from around the Horse World
We asked you to share your winter photos from the barn. Here are a few of our favorites.


Keep Ammonia Away
If your horse spends any time indoors, here’s what you need to know about eliminating harmful ammonia fumes.


USEF recognizes 2014 Equestrian and Horses of the Year
Show jumper Beezie Madden, her WEG mount, Cortes C, and Friesian Elis GV earned the Federation's top honors.


Is Your Horse’s Bad Attitude a Sign of Discomfort?
What seems like bad horse behavior is often a reaction to a physical problem.


This Week in Horses — January 16, 2015
New Budweiser Clydesdale commercial, win a Quarter Horse yearling and more in this week's news roundup.


7 Excellent Horse-Inspired Tunes
Here are some equine-themed songs to add to your playlist.


9 Things I Wish my Horse Would Stop Doing
We love our horses unconditionally, and sometimes it seems like they're taking advantage of that.


A Sanctuary for Mustangs
The Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary provides a home for abused, neglected and unwanted Mustangs.


Conditioning Your Horse During Downtime
A reduced winter training schedule is ideal for unlearning bad habits and starting positive ones.


This Week in Horses—January 9, 2015
World's oldest horse, Man vs. Horse marathon and more in this week's news roundup.


Sweet Dreams: How Horses Sleep
Find out how to help your horse get enough high-quality sleep.


The Joy of Shopping at Horse Shows
What is it about a trade fair that makes everything seem like a must-have item?


Over the Fence: I Heart my Horse Dentist
Never underestimate the importance of equine dental care.


The Near Side: This Week in Horses—January 2, 2015
Horse becomes zebra for Christmas, how not to transport your horse and more in this week's news roundup.


I Resolve to…
Here are one rider's 2015 resolutions. What are yours?


15 Horsey New Year’s Resolutions for 2015
Get inspired for the new year with these resolutions that all horse people will understand.


ICYMI: The Most-Read Articles from 2014
These ten stories grabbed the attention of horse people this year.


Christmas Eve in the Stable
There's something magical about the night before Christmas in the company of horses.


If Santa Used Horses…
Reindeer are nice, isn't it time for Santa to upgrade his ride?


The Laws of the Leadrope
A three-step refresher course on leading will help maintain your horse's good ground manners.


The Amazing — and Troublesome — Equine Digestive System
An overview of the horse's digestive system and where things can go wrong.


All I Want for Christmas
Here are five things your vet truly wants this holiday season.


The Near Side: This Week in Horses—December 19, 2014
Devastating Christmas week for Florida farm, a new world record in dressage and more in this week's news roundup.


What Causes a Horse to Stumble?
Tripping on the trail? Find out what medical and behavioral issues can lead to stumbling.


Behind the Scenes at the Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center: New Homes
Find out how three off-track Thoroughbreds found their forever homes.


5 Things to Know Before Bringing Home a Rescue Horse
Thinking about adopting a horse? Here’s what you need to know before you take that plunge.


The Near Side: I Never Asked Santa for a Pony
And it’s just as well, because he wasn’t going to bring me one anyway.


Over the Fence: Sleigh Riding
The beginning of winter is a good opportunity for an equine history lesson.


Taking Care of Your Horse's Tendons
Here are five ways to reduce your horse's risk of sustaining a devastating tendon injury.


A Horse-Powered Parade Ignites the Holiday Spirit
Lebanon, Ohio, hosts a spectacular all-equine Christmas parade each December.


Celebrate National Day of the Horse – December 13
On this day, we reflect on what horses mean to us.


This Week in Horses – December 12, 2014
Minis help with final exams, actor sued for "breaking" a horse and more in this week's news roundup.


13 Tips to Make Winter Barn Chores Less Miserable
Here's how to keep the barn running smoothly through the worst winter weather.

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