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Hybrid Horse Keeping – Equicentral and Tracks combined

There are many ways to achieve what you want and just as many opinions on what is best when it comes to keeping your horses! With so many variables and as each individual situation is different, it’s good to keep an open mind about horse-keeping models. So let’s look at how a combination of two […]

Amazing Healing of Horse’s Huge Flank Wound

Warning: this post contains some graphic images of wounds and blood. Keeping horses will always involve coping with injuries. This is one of the worst I’ve dealt with so I’m sharing this experience to help others who face a similar situation. My Arabian gelding was badly injured to his flanks, sheath, chest, and foreleg when […]

Using a Neck Rope or Cordeo

Are you aspiring to ride bridle-less, or progress to liberty, or just need some extra support when riding? A neck rope or cordeo is the ideal tool to help you develop finesse and refined control. Neck Ropes and cordeos are very similar pieces of equipment with variations in material and the way they’re used. Traditionally, […]

Insight To Equus by Tomas Teskey

A Holistic Veterinary perspective on health and healing. The equine world would be a better place if this 250-page color-filled hardbound book was on every horse owner’s bookshelf. Insight to Equus is just that – looking in detail at what a horse really is: part of a herd, constantly grazing on low-value grasses, herbs, and […]

Tips for tying your horse safely

Safely tying your horse

Tying a horse safely is a basic horsemanship skill, but there’s more to it than fastening your rope around the handiest object. Here are some important tips on what to do, and what to avoid. Do’s for Tying Horses Use a long enough rope (10 to 12 feet is standard) in good condition. A good […]

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