Month

January 2021

How to Treat Scratches

When it gets wet and muddy outside, the chance that your horse will develop pastern dermatitis – commonly called scratches, but also known as greasy heel, swamp fever, dew poisoning, or mud rash – increases dramatically. At the least, pastern… Continue Reading →

Travel Trauma: Cavalor Can Help

2020 may have ended show travel, but 2021 is here, and shows are revving back up. But it’s no secret that constant travel for competition ultimately reaches a point where both you and your horse are left feeling exhausted. When… Continue Reading →

Tackle Pain after/during the Show

After the 5 AM flat school, multiple warm-up jumps, and an entire division or two, you and your horse are exhausted. But like a human athlete, horses do their best with proper warm-up and cool-down routines. Before you jump into your… Continue Reading →

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