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Now That’s a Walking Horse!A program recognizes Tennessee Walking Horses excelling in non-traditional equestrian sports.
Understanding the Half-HaltDressage star Heather Blitz explains the essential, yet often confusing process.
The Struggle: Shopping for BreechesShopping for horse and riding gear can be fun. Except when it's time for new breeches.
What Your Horse’s Whorl Says About HimScientific research backs up some of the old notions about horses’ hair patterns.
This Week in Horses — May 22, 2015Horses help first graders learn to read, horse detects owner’s cancer and more in this week’s news roundup.
Ask the Vet: Managing UlcersMy horses suffer from ulcers. What can I do to help them?
Irritated Horse EarsA vet explains some possible causes of irritation in a horse's ears.
Get Your Green Horse Moving ForwardExpert advice on dealing with a young horse with a tendency to stop, balk and rear.
From Summer Camp to National Championships14-year-old Kristin Counterman is a rising star in the competitive dressage world.
Stable Advice: Wearing HelmetsHow can I explain to my friend that she should wear a helmet?
Careers in the Horse Industry: Equine MasseuseLike to travel, help horses and meet horse people? Equine massage therapy could be the career for you.
Spring Horse Care Checklist7 things to do to prepare your horse and barn for the season ahead.
A Mule at the U.S. Dressage FinalsA dressage rider shares the story of how she made it to the top with an unlikely equine partner.
How I Got My Start: Dressage Rider Adrienne LyleFrom playing with ponies to competing on the world stage, Lyle has become one of America's top dressage stars.
Don’t Leave the Dragon BehindA seemingly mild-mannered pony reveals the reason behind her ominous moniker.
My Horse Bends to the OutsideA trainer offers advice on teaching a western pleasure horse to go straight.
Video: What to Do If Your Horse Gets LooseWhen your horse gets away from you, follow these steps to safely catch him.
Over the Fence: The Oregon TrailA new book chronicles a modern mule-drawn-wagon journey across the Oregon Trail.
Switching from Western to EnglishAdvice for a rider on moving from western riding to jumping.
An Open Letter to A New Ex-HunterFollow one rider's harrowing journey from the comfort of the hunter ring to the thrill of the jumpers.
Heart Murmur in HorsesMy horse has a heart murmur. Can he still be ridden?
The Rider’s CommuteSome of the thoughts that go through an equestrian's head during the drive to the boarding barn or riding lesson.
How I Got My Start: Gina MilesFrom horse-crazy kid to Olympic medalist, eventer Gina Miles is an inspiration to up-and-coming equestrians.
Spring Conditioning PrimerThis 6-step plan will help you get your horse ready for the summer riding season.
Sport Horse SuperstarsThe modern warmblood breeds are specialists in sport horse disciplines.
Snaffle Bits for Gaited HorsesDo gaited horses always have to be ridden in leverage bits?
The Near Side: This Week in Horses – May 8, 2015A horse-powered mobile library, happy endings for stolen horses and more in this week's news roundup.
4 Lesser-Known Marguerite Henry BooksThe prolific author brought dozens of great horse stories to her readers.
Ask the Vet: Deworming and UlcersIs it safe to administer dewormer to a horse that has ulcers?
Why Do Horses Need Coggins Tests?Equine Infectious Anemia has no cure, so regular testing is the best defense.
Over the Fence: A Young Endurance ChampMeet the teenage winner of the Old Dominion Endurance Ride.
16 Memories of a Horse Camp CounselorAnyone who has worked at a summer horse camp will relate to these moments.
Ask the Expert: My Jumper is Heavy on the ForehandHere's how to help your downhill horse be lighter for flatwork and jumping.
Video: Leading by the MuzzleTeach your horse to respond to gentle pressure on his muzzle with this exercise from Clinton Anderson.
Celebrate Off-Track ThoroughbredsIn celebration of Derby Day, our readers shared stories of wonderful Thoroughbreds in their post-racing lives.
4 Things Your Non-Horsey Friends Don’t UnderstandThose without horses in their lives can't appreciate these everyday sources of joy at the barn.
The Near Side: This Week in Horses — May 1, 2015Puppies predict the Kentucky Derby winner, act now to save equestrian trails and more in this week's news roundup.
Banding Your Horse’s ManeHere's how to get the look that wins in the show pen.
5 Minutes with Donna Barton BrothersJust in time for the Kentucky Derby, Horse Illustrated chats with the NBC commentator and former jockey.
How to Do Rubber Band BraidsLearn to braid your horse's mane with quick and easy rubber band braids.
Motivated to MovePat and Linda Parelli offer solutions for the horse that’s lazy and unmotivated in the arena.
Ask the Expert: Hug the RailHow do I prevent my horse from veering into the middle of the arena?
Gray Horses and MelanomaIs there any cure or treatment option for melanoma in horses?
Video: Assessing Your Horse’s FitnessMany riders use respiration rates alone to determine if their horse is fit, but that doesn’t show the whole picture.
The Near Side: Rider Fitness RevisitedHow does riding compare to other workout activities? Let's find out.
Longines FEI World Cup Show Jumping Finals Return to Las VegasThe equestrian world joined the outrageous atmosphere of Vegas for a week of top competition.
Michael Jung and FischerRocana FST Win in Their Rolex DebutCostly rails drop Tim Price and Jung’s other mount, La Biosthetique - Sam FBW out of contention for the win.
Tim Price and Wesko Gallop into the Lead after Cross-Country at RolexMichael Jung currently has both second and third place in his first Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event appearance.
The Near Side: This Week in Horses — April 24, 2015World's snuggliest foal, Zenyatta's son debuts and more in this week's news roundup.
Dressage Phase Ends with a Dead Heat at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day EventMichael Jung and La Biosthetique - Sam FBW share the lead with Tim Price and Wesko going into cross-country.
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