by Michael Albert - 2006-12-23
If you're looking to take a trip back in time, to the dawn of the cowboy and the rise of working cattle ranches, visit one of the nation's oldest cattle ranches.With 8,000 acres of its own and bordere...
by Michael - 2006-12-26
It is not uncommon that trends in veterinary medicine to mirror trends in human medicine. To that end, it's not surprising that alternative medicine is being used more frequently on sick and injured h...
by Michael - 2006-12-31
While trying to contain a tragic accident site on Long Island last month where a horse trailers became disconnected from its truck, rescue workers felt woefully inadequate trying to handle the injured...
by Michael - 2007-01-02
For the Minnesota owners who found their therapeutic riding horse Poco shot to death in the pasture, some solace might be found with the recent passage of the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act.Passed by...
by Michael - 2007-01-07
When Paloma arrived at the barn, which was accustomed to warmbloods, she drew a crowd of people who were waiting to see in person what a real mustang looked like. Curiosity turned to even greater intr...
by Michael - 2007-01-19
Every horse needs pasture or access to some type of forage. Ideally, the more time your horse can spend in the pasture the better. This is not only healthy for them nutritionally, but mentally and p...
by Ron Petracek - 2007-01-26
Wonderful WarmbloodsWarmbloods have gained enormous popularity in the past few years. More and more of these horses are being seen in competition, especially in Grand Prix and Olympic quality competi...
by Ron Petracek - 2007-01-27
Your First LessonWhen their first riding lesson is nearly at hand, students often wonder what type of horse they will get and what they will be expected to accomplish. It's understandable that some st...
by Ron Petracek - 2007-01-28
Warmbloods have gained enormous popularity in the past few years. More and more of these horses are being seen in competition, especially in Grand Prix and Olympic quality competition. This type of ...
by Ron Petracek - 2007-01-31
Whether green or well schooled, many horses will lay in the rider's hands instead of taking true contact. Some may do so as a form of resistance or greenness; whereas, others may be traveling on the f...