Especially with summer approaching, it’s even more important to ensure that your horse remains hydrated and healthy. You’ll have to closely monitor how much water your horse consumes water so you can make sure that it doesn’t get dehydrated.
Tying a horse may seem so natural to you that you take it for granted. You’ve done it thousands of times while you groom your horses or saddle them. What some horse owners forget are the safety requirements involved in tying a horse. So this post will help you learn about how to tie your horse securely while maintaining safety for both the horse and its handler.
It goes without saying that every horse owner wants their horse to be as healthy as possible. So when you notice that your horse hasn’t been performing well, the first thing that comes to your mind is whether there are any health issues behind it. One of the biggest health issues that can cause a…
Older horses are prone to developing horse health problems, just like older people. Although many of these problems are unavoidable, they are still treatable. The important thing is to detect these issues early on, before they become too severe. If you own an older horse, it’s important to be aware of the health problems in…
Every horse owner dreams of having a healthy horse. And for this, it’s crucial to ensure that your horses get proper nutrition from the time they are foals. If your new foal is healthy, it will start gaining weight and strength rapidly and eventually grow into a healthy horse. Foal nutrition is one of the most vital elements that determine the growth and health of a horse.
If you’ve always dreamed of breeding horses, it’s only natural that you’d want to jump right into it when you have the opportunity. Raising a foal and starting it can be intensely rewarding, and it can be a way to continue an especially close relationship with a mare past her natural lifespan. But there’s a lot of commitment and effort involved in breeding and you will have to make a lot of preparations before you can begin.
Aside from horse racing, horse jumping is easily one of the most popular equestrian sports. It has even managed to gain recognition as one of the three equestrian disciplines at the Olympics.
As a horse owner, one of the responsibilities you have to fulfill is to ensure healthy equine skin. In most cases, your horse’s skin doesn’t require any special attention. However, it’s crucial to avoid taking healthy skin for granted. Changing temperatures and health conditions could make your horse prone to skin problems. And these problems are often extremely challenging to resolve. So you need to proactively engage in horse skin protection to ensure healthy skin for your horse.