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Tips for Buying Used Tack and Equipment

Buying tack and horse items and equipment used can be a good way to save money, but only if you do so carefully. If you buy used horseback riding equi

Tips to Quickly Sell Your Horse

Sometimes finances or agistment situations mean that you need to quickly sell your horse. At times like these, it’s important to reach many people loo

Buying Your First Horse as a Beginning Rider

Buying your first horse when you’re a beginner brings with it a special set of challenges. You will want to be sure that the horses for sale that you

Catching a Horse in a Field

After looking at horses for sale and buying a horse, you may face an issue that you hadn’t foreseen: catching him when he is loose in his field or pas

Horse Floats For Sale | Choosing a Truck to Pull Your Horse Float

When you own a horse float or horse trailer, it’s important that you have a truck properly equipped to safely pull the horse float. Does your current

Getting through the tough times

- Larry Cutler Chairman of the Board Australian Stock Horse Society “Versatility and resilience is how I would describe how our members get through

Introducing a New Horse to a Herd

After trying different horses for sale, you’ve settled on the perfect horse for you. Buying a horse often means making changes to turnout herds. New i

Managing Your Horse’s Mane

Horse manes can be some of the most challenging aspects of grooming. Pulling a mane is a time-consuming chore. Left unmanaged, your horse’s mane can g

Staying Safe in the Show Warm-Up Ring

Staying Safe in the Show Warm-Up Ring The warm-up ring at horse shows can be a busy, crowded place. You’ll face horses and riders going every which w

Evaluating a Buyer When Selling Your Horse

Selling your horse can be an emotional time. You’ll be saying goodbye to an equine friend, and letting your horse’s wellbeing and care be taken on by

Horse Floats For Sale | Is Your Horse Float Safe?

It is vital that your horse float is safe; it transports your horse regularly and there’s nothing worse than having a disaster while on the road. Here

Pre-Show Checklist

After looking at horses for sale and finding just the right horse for you, you’re probably pretty excited to bring him to a horse show. Horse shows ar

Rehabilitating Your Horse From an Injury

If your horse sustains an injury that requires long-term recovery it can be difficult to be without your riding partner for the months of recovery, bu

Tips for Test Riding Horses for Sale

When buying a horse, you will probably test ride a number of different horses for sale. It’s important that you have a chance to ride a horse before y

Ways to Become a Better Rider When Not in the Saddle

Horseback riding takes many hours of patient and constant effort. The journey to becoming a better rider is a long one. But there are many ways that y

Great Ways to Pamper Your New Horse

After looking at horses for sale and finally buying a horse, you may be looking for some ways to spoil and pamper your new horse. Here are some great

What to Expect at Your First Horse Show

Horse shows are an exciting aspect of horseback riding, and give you a chance to put your skills to the test. If you’ve never ridden in a horse show b

Australia’s Largest Pleasure Horse Breed now paying out a huge amount of prizemoney

This week the Australian Stock Horse Society has begun paying prizemoney from the recently completed National Show of over $160,000. Society Chairm

Building a New Horse’s Confidence

When buying a horse, you’ll be faced with many horses for sale. Each horse for sale will have a different temperament and a different confidence level

Tips for Riding a Spooky Horse

As you try out horses for sale and ride different horses, you will probably come across a horse who is spooky. Riding a spooky horse can be a bit unse