The Power of Light: Equilume Light Masks

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Are you familiar with the impact of light on your horse’s wellbeing? If you’re a breeder, then you are more than likely aware that the lengthening days of spring result in increased fertility. Light physiologically impacts all horses, not just… Continue Reading →

Does My Horse Need a Grazing Muzzle?

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You might be thinking there’s no way turnout time could be harmful to your horse. They’re in their natural habitat, indulging in fresh grass, abundant with readily available nutrients while they soak up the sun and kick up their heels…. Continue Reading →

Tips for Surviving Shedding Season

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Birds chirping, sun shining, warm breeze blowing… There’s so much to look forward to as Spring rolls in. But along with the longer days and warmer temperatures comes the dreaded shedding season. As our horses blow their winter coats, it… Continue Reading →

Benefits of Redmond Garlic Salt for Horses

Garlic is the multi-talented (and highly fragrant and flavorful) bulb from the onion family that packs a mighty punch. It’s been around for ages, flavoring food and aiding humans and animals with its medicinal benefits. It possesses remarkable health-promoting powers… Continue Reading →

Treating Skin Issues with Cavalor

Did you know the skin is a horse’s largest organ? It serves the purpose of protecting the rest of the horse’s body, and thus the health of this organ is of utmost importance. Skin health can be affected by both… Continue Reading →

The Impact of Arena Footing on Hooves and Maintaining Proper Moisture Balance

As an equestrian, caring for your horse’s hooves is of utmost importance. While modern arena footing is wonderful for optimizing horses’ peak performance and comfort, we must consider the effect on hoof care. Some common substances found in arena footing… Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Spoil Your Horse on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and we think it’s important to remember all of the people and animals you love during the day of celebration. If you’re still trying to figure out the perfect way to celebrate with your… Continue Reading →

Surviving Winter Without an Indoor Arena

Winter – the season dreaded by all equestrians. Muddy paddocks, frozen water buckets, layers of blankets, and did we mention the mud? And besides the hassle of dealing with winter weather conditions, for some of us, the cold throws a… Continue Reading →

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