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Why Barndominiums are Great for Small Horse Ranches
Why Barndominiums are Great for Small Horse Ranches
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It is a cold, rainy winter morning, and you need to feed the horses, but instead of trudging out into the cold, you open a door off your living room and step right into your barn. Sharing a building with your horses is a trend that has grown in recen...
Washing Horse Blankets
Washing Horse Blankets
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For owners of multiple horses, or even one, blanket washing and repair may prove costly, not to mention a dirty business. Some people who do repairs will only accept clean blankets while others will wash and repair grimy ones. Some will pick up and d...
By Katharine MacCornack
Blue Roan Horses
Blue Roan Horses
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A blue roan horse is a color variation of the Thoroughbred breed. It is one of the most common colors seen in this breed, along with chestnut. Blue roan is an inherited coat color characterized by black and blue-hairs evenly intermingled to create a ...
Pushy Horses
Pushy Horses
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Do you own a pushy horse? Ever wonder how he got that way? Horses are not born pushy. They learn from their mother, other horses and then from their owners. They do not naturally know how to behave humans, they are taught. The mother teaches them how...
By Gaye DeRusso
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What is a Miniature horse?
Miniature Horses, also known as Miniature Pony or Mini Horse, are a distinct breed of equine that come in a variety of sizes and shapes. They typically stand between 34-38 inches high at the withers (the highest point on the back) and weigh around 250 pounds. Although they’re usually bred for companionship, show, exhibition and therapy purposes, they can also be used for pleasure riding and driving if properly trained.