Horses in strenuous work or actively competing often develop muscular and soft tissue pain over a lengthened period of time. When not treated correctly, these types of repetitive exercise can produce sore muscles, swollen legs, or painful joints. Cavalor’s FreeBute… Continue Reading →
Many dog owners believe heartworm disease only occurs during the summer, but the truth is our animal’s hearts can be affected by heartworms in any season. A dog’s heart needs protection from heartworms throughout the entire year, not just during… Continue Reading →
As most owners of competitive sport horses know, prescription drug therapies, in conjunction with a quality diet and supplements, are a major factor in keeping our horses feeling and performing their best. While there are many prescription medications you might… Continue Reading →
Joe Fargis, double Olympic gold-medalist, came to The Horse Rescue this past November to give me a lesson. My husband, Christian, has told me over and over again that I have a “long eye.” This means that I leave just a little too much gap between the take-off and the jump. Sometimes this works in my favor, for example with a horse that has a slow front-end.