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This Week in Horses — December 5, 2014Paint Horse in the NFL, training show jumpers with carrots and more in this week's news roundup.
Prevent Winter Barn FiresThe threat of a stable fire increases during colder months. Here’s how to reduce your risk.
Horse Movies Given Center Stage at the Equus Film FestivalFind out more about some of the horse films featured at the festival in New York City.
Is Your Horse Nervous?Nervousness can account for behavior and training problems, but you can help your horse work through it.
Crowdfunding Campaigns in the Horse WorldNew products, works of art and charitable causes in the horse world are kickstarted through crowdfunding.
Feeding the Hard KeeperManagement advice from a vet for horses who don't gain weight.
A Foal's First WinterBaby, it’s cold outside! Here's how to keep your young horse healthy this winter.
Repeat Colic EpisodesHow to manage horses that are prone to recurrent colic.
4 Reasons to be Thankful for HorsesThanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on all the wonderful things about sharing a life with horses.
5 Tips to Prepare Your Barn for WinterReady or not, winter has arrived. Here's how to prepare for the months of cold weather ahead.
4 Types of Equine RescuesThinking about adopting a horse? Here are some types of organizations that can help you.
What to Do with a Horse That Can’t Be RiddenWhen injury or lameness force your horse into retirement, what are your options?
Ask the Vet: Blankets and Shelter for Horses in WinterHow do I know when I my horses will need blankets or shelter in the winter?
The Near Side: Why Don’t Millennials Like Clydesdales?Reports suggested that Budweiser was kicking its Clydesdales out of the Super Bowl. Fortunately, it was a false alarm.
Nominations Accepted for the Equine Industry Vision AwardThe award recognizes those who have made positive changes in the horse world.
5 Things at the Barn to Clean Before WinterDon’t wait for spring cleaning. Take care of these things before the worst of winter sets in.
Camping with Your HorseIf you love exploring the trails, horse camping could be the ideal activity for you.
This Week in Horses – November 21, 2014Dressage star is sportswoman of the year, varsity equestrian blues and more in this week's horse news roundup.
The Royal Winter Fair Belongs on Your Bucket ListCanada’s year-end agricultural fair is a horse lover’s paradise.
Better Community Policing through HorsesResearchers in the UK found many benefits to mounted police patrols in neighborhoods.
How to Help Horses in Need (without Becoming a Hoarder)Yes, you’ll want to take them all home. But you can volunteer with rescue horses without getting in over your head.
Horse Feed Recall AlertSeveral lots of Lakeland feeds have been voluntarily recalled.
Ask the Vet: Monitoring a Horse's Weight in WinterHow can I keep track of my horse's condition beneath his fuzzy winter coat?
Successful Online Horse ShoppingShopping for a horse online is convenient and even fun, but prospective buyers need to shop smart.
Creative Creations from Barn JunkTurn your worn-out and unused horse equipment into unique decorative items.
The Near Side: This Week in Horses – November 14, 2014Annual beach ride rerouted, "Who said anything about a horse?" and more in this week's news roundup.
How to Longe Your HorseWhen done correctly, longeing can be an effective part of your training routine.
The Near Side: Hunting SeasonOur Facebook community compiled some ideas for keeping your horse safe during hunting season.
Being Horsey in a Non-Horsey FamilyYour parents may not share your equestrian interests, but their support still means everything.
How Horses Are Helping VeteransHorses are being used successfully to improve the lives of veterans and military personnel.
More Forgotten Favorites: Horse Books You May Have MissedMake some room on your reading list for these classic equine titles.
Over the Fence: A Chat with Beezie MaddenBeezie will be competing at Toronto's Royal Horse Show this week.
Photoset: U.S. Dressage Finals at the Kentucky Horse ParkThe championship brought winning horses and riders from Training Level to Grand Prix.
Try This: Riding Over Raised PolesA simple exercise will help develop your horse’s strength and improve his stride.
How to Set Effective Goals for Your RidingHaving clear objectives will help you and your horse get the most out of every schooling session.
Rewilding EuropeAn organized effort aims to restore endangered breeds of wild horses to the continent.
The Near Side: This Week in Horses — November 7, 2014A dressage mule, a heartbreaking last goodbye and more in this week's horse news round-up.
The Year of LaminitisWhat could cause nearly every horse on a farm to show symptoms of laminitis?
An Introduction to Equine Color GeneticsGet to know the genetic code behind some of your favorite horse coat colors.
2014 Maclay Finals Bring the National Horse Show to a Close17-year-old Tori Colvin wins this prestigious class in Lexington, Ky.
RECALL ALERT: Bartlett Milling Company Horse FeedsPotentially contaminated feed was distributed in parts of the southeast United States.
5 Lessons Learned from Training HorsesA trainer reflects on the lessons she’s been taught by the horses she’s trained.
Show Jumpers Celebrate Halloween with Gambler’s Choice at the National Horse ShowFrancois Mathy and Ornellaia topped a field of costumed horse-and-rider teams on Halloween night.
Horse Health in WinterAdvice from a vet for keeping your horse healthy this winter.
The Near Side: This Week in Horses – October 31, 2014Helmet cam ban, playing hooky from the Breeder's Cup and more in this week's news roundup.
Choosing a Farrier and Establishing a Successful RelationshipRegular visits from a compatible farrier are an essential part of your horse's health and well-being.
Zenyatta’s filly euthanized after paddock accidentThe 2014 foal, known as "Z Princess,” was six months old.
Over the Fence: An interview with Jessica SpringsteenThe young show jumping star recently won the prestigious puissance at the Washington International Horse Show.
Ask the Vet: Senior Horse in a HerdHow can I protect my pony from her pushy pasture mates?
Alternative Therapies for HorsesAcupuncture, chiropractic and massage therapy are popular alternative treatments for horses.
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