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Bonding with a New Horse

You’ve looked at countless horses for sale and have finally settled on the right horse for you. Now you’re prepared to bring the new horse home. Are y


Could Hoof Boots Be Right for Your Horse?

Do you ride your horse barefoot? Does he get a little sore out on rocky trails? Maybe you have your horse shod, but are looking for extra traction whe


Knowing when it's time for a new horse

Have you been debating over whether it’s time to start looking at horses for sale? Although it would be nice to be able to keep our same horse through


How to Properly Cool Down Your Horse After a Workout

After a long ride it is important to properly cool your horse down. Your horse’s health and his fitness depend on regular workouts, but a proper cool-


Tips for Hiring a Horse Sitter

As much as we love our horses, sometimes life means that we need to leave them for short periods of time – or sometimes for longer periods of time. Ho


Using the Right Type of Bit for Your Horse

The selection of horse bits available today is astounding. Bits for sale come in so many variations it’s hard to keep them all straight. There is no o


Helping your horse to overcome the fear of horse floats

Horse floats cause fear in many horses. Loading a horse onto a horse float can be a long process when the horse is fearful. There are a variety of


Time to Retire Your Horse

Is your horse getting older and slowing down in his current riding career? Retiring an equine friend is never an easy choice to make. Thankfully there


Ways to Stay Involved with Horses When You Don't Own a Horse

Do you find yourself yearning over horses for sale, wishing that you could have a horse of your own? If buying a horse is not currently a possibil


Are You Ready to Own a Horse?

Are you thinking about buying a horse ? Owning a horse is not a decision you should jump into lightly. Before you start looking at horses for sale, he


Time to Find a New Riding Instructor?

Next to your horse, your riding instructor or horse trainer is the closest ally you have on your journey towards your riding and competition goals


Tips for Looking for a New Agistment Property

The agistment where you keep your horse can greatly affect your riding and enjoyment of your horse. When it is time to move on to a new property, find


Float phobia – how to load the spooky horse

When you are buying a horse float and looking at floats for sale, are you wondering how you will ever load your spooky horse onto the float? Horse flo


Horse Rugs - What Horse Rug to Use When

When looking to buy horse rugs , you are looking to build a small collection from the many horse rugs for sale. But how do you know when to use each o


Imprinting your foal

If you are lucky enough to be expecting a foal in your stable, then you will certainly be brushing up on your tips for training a foal. Handling a new


Feeding young horses

Young horses have specific nutritional requirements, making their diets important for their successful development and growth. When feeding young hors


Teaching a horse to lead properly

Young horses do not inherently know how to lead properly; gradual horse training will help teach them this important lesson. Here are some horse train


Teaching a horse to lunge

Lunging a horse is an important part of training a horse and allows you to introduce new ideas to a horse before climbing into the saddle. But what if


Handling a young horse

When handling young horses, it is important to always keep safety in mind. When evaluating a youngstock for sale you will need to know how to safely h


Introducing your horse to eventing

Getting your start in eventing is not as simple as buying an event horse and hopping on. If you buy a horse who is new to eventing, ensure that he has