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Southern Cross Ranch
Southern Cross Ranch
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Recently a friend at my barn told me about a great dude ranch he and his family visited.  Now I know there are many great dude ranches out there but this sounded unusual. As you may already know, riding in south Florida has its problems.&nb...
By Mary Abraham
Hooves; cracks, chips, care and cookies
Hooves; cracks, chips, care and cookies
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Okay, no cookies here, but this sucker is long so maybe grab the bag and sit back for a few minutes to read. The gist of this article is how to know when a chipped or cracked hoof is something to worry about, and then, what you can do to help the hoo...
By Tanya Buck
Is My Horse's Saddle Correctly Fitted? 15 Behavioural Indicators To Look Out For...
Is My Horse's Saddle Correctly Fitted? 15 Behavioural Indicators To Look Out For...
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Horses are usually kind-natured and cooperative creatures, this is, however, contingent on two fundamental needs being satisfied: they must understand what it is you're asking of them, and they must be pain-free and comfortable in order to do wha...
By Team HorseClicks
Cold Winter Barn Hacks
Cold Winter Barn Hacks
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I live in northern Indiana, where winters can get extremely cold. I have my own small barn and have come up with some valuable ideas to make things easier during those winter months... Hack 1 I had a hydrant placed inside my barn last summer....
By Susan Fabina
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What is a Gypsy Vanner Horse?
Gypsy Vanner Horses are a unique breed created by the British Romany Gypsy people. They are characterized by their full manes and tails, colorful coats, heavy feathering on their legs, and powerful builds. They have been selectively bred as a riding horse for generations and are renowned for their gentle nature, intelligence, sure-footedness and stamina. They make excellent working horses with the ability to pull carts or wagons and compete in many different events. Today they are popular among pleasure riders and show jumpers due to their looks, attitude and smooth gaits.