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How Hills Can Make Your Horse Fitter

Do you have hills available on your property or on the trails that you ride? Hills can be a great way to make your horse fitter. Here’s what you shoul

The Advantages to Buying Rather Than Leasing a Horse

When it comes to deciding whether to buy or lease a horse, the right decision will partially depend on what you’re looking for in a horse and what typ

Performance Horses - Keeping them fit

What do event horses, showjumpers, dressage horses, endurance horses, and reining horses all have in common? Behind every top competitor are hours and

Tips for Marketing a Companion Horse for Sale

At some point, you may need to find a companion horse a new home. This can be a challenge, since owners looking for companion horses are few and far b

How to Evaluate the Condition of a Used Saddle

You can save yourself a lot of money by buying a used saddle, but you can also potentially end up with a saddle that isn’t as functional, or as safe,

Ways to Save Yourself Time When Buying a Horse

Trying to sift through the many horses for sale to find your next horse can be a time-consuming challenge. That’s why we’ve come up with some great wa

Should You List Price When Advertising a Horse for Sale?

There’s a question that continues to pose a problem for anyone selling a horse: Should you list the horse’s price when you advertise that horse for sa

How to Create a Safe Turnout Environment for Your Horse

Lots of turnout time and space is essential to your horse’s health, but the paddock is a potential source of danger for your horse, too. These tips ca

How to Care for Your Horse Float’s Floors

Your horse float’s floors are essential to your float’s overall safety, but floors can also be expensive to replace. These tips can help you to care f

Tips for Hiring a Great Equine Photographer

Whether you’re hiring an equine photographer to take sale photos or to just capture some special memories with your horse, it’s important to hire the

Before You Give Your Horse Away

Sometimes finding the best home for a horse outweighs the importance of receiving a payment or the horse in return. Owners do give their horses away f

How to Help Your Horse Relax at a Horse Show

Horse shows are pressure-filled environments, and many horses get nervous and excited at shows. You can use these tips to help your horse to relax at

Your To-Do List After Bringing Home a New Horse

You’ve looked at horses for sale, have found the perfect new horse, and your horse will arrive home any minute. Now what? In order to keep your new ho

Ways to Sell Your Tack Faster

Selling used tack can be a nice way to get some money back in exchange for tack that you’re no longer using. Have you been advertising your tack for s

Tips to Help You Retain Your Business Clients When Moving to a New Property

Unless you already own horse property, at some point you may have to move your business to a new rental or new property. Moving a business can be tric

Tips for Marketing a Kid’s Horse for Sale

Kid-safe horses are some of the most sought-after horses out there. If you have a child's horse for sale, these tips can help you to market that horse

What to Look for In a Horse Float for Camping

Camping with your horse is a great way to have some fun, explore the country, and enjoy nature. Having a great horse float meant for the job will make

Tips for Establishing Yourself as a Reputable Horse Seller

Anyone can sell a horse, but if you anticipate selling many more horses in the future, you may want to carefully think about how you advertise your ho

How to Gain Confidence Driving Your New Horse Float

After looking at horse floats for sale and finding the float that is just what you need, you may feel a little uncertain driving your new float. These

Tips for Buying a Training and Resale Prospect

Often riders look at horses for sale with the plans of putting some training on the horse and reselling it for a profit. If you’re planning to buy a h