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If you and your horse are one of the unlucky ones, you’ve seen it before. The pacing and pawing at the ground. The restless up-and-down. The swinging of the head from side-to-side. The potentially fatal abdominal condition and #1 horse-killer around the world is sadly very common, and extremely painful. Here’s how you can spot…
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In colloquial terms, the paddock, corral, or pen is often referred to as the “sacrifice area” because you’re giving up valuable land for greener pastures. As a horse lover, this is hardly a “sacrifice”, as your horse’s outdoor living quarters are an important part of their whole horse well-being. A paddock will prevent them from…
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Not all horses are the same. Some you can get on and easily ride. Some are so green that you could be easily injured if you have little or no riding experience. The ones easy to ride are typically older horses. They have been ridden the most and will be the most forgiving of a…
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Inflammation is the process when white blood cells and substances they produce protect a horse’s from injury and infection with foreign organisms, such as bacteria and viruses. However, in some diseases, like arthritis, the horse’s body’s immune system — the defense system — triggers an inflammatory response when there are no foreign invaders to fight…
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Increasing Your Horse’s Stamina

The basic LEG SAVER treatments are quite simple Treat the lung and heart ting points (located on the front coronet bands) once, 3 days before a race or event. Treatments are for one hour each. Treatments should be done separately, one after the other. It will take 2 hours to complete both. The following day…
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