Open Skies, Open Hearts...
Nurturing What You Love
Baby it's cold outside! Although horses have been surviving brutal winters for centuries, we can always make horses more comfortable throughout the winter.
Of all the components that we consider in our horse's diets, protein may be the most misunderstood. While protein can serve as an energy source, most importantly protein provides amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of muscles and other soft tissues and need to be fed continually to support growth and repair.
Halloween is one of the most fun holidays of fall, but it can be an anxious time for the indecisive horse owner. Check out our collection of horse and rider costumes for some spook-a-licious horse costume ideas!
By: Farrier Michael Felton CJF
By: Liv Gude, Pro Equine Grooms
Have you ever worn poor fitting shoes all day only to find that you ache from head to toe the following day? Poor fitting tack is similar to you wearing poor fitted shoes. Making sure your horse's tack fits properly is one of the most important things you can do for your horse.
Spring has sprung and it is time to hit the trails and the show arena! Although this time of year is exciting, hitting the road with your horse can trigger significant stress. So whether your horse is a seasoned or rookie traveler, it is important to take precautions and be prepared before loading up and heading down the road.