We all hate ticks, and this year there are more than ever! Tick bites are worrisome not only because they can cause skin reactions and/or infections, but they can spread disease. We put together an infographic outlining the top three most common horse ticks in the US, the diseases they carry, and where they are located! Simply click on the link below to access the infographic!
Summer is the PERFECT weather for riding, swimming, and you got it MOLD! Sometimes life just gets in the way and we can't find the time to ride for a week or two and we get back to tack that is nice and moldy.
Although it is tough to completely recover tack that has been neglected, where there's a will there's a way!Read More
We always hear fellow riders and companies telling us the importance of keeping our horses on a low starch and low sugar diet, but is it really necessary or is this just a trend?Read More
We all dream of watching our horses roam free on a 20 acre pasture 24/7 with the best of what nature has to offer. Unfortunately (for most of us anyways) the paddock is a closer reality when it comes to turning out our horses whether it be due to available space, bad weather, a horse's health needs, or if we just need to give our pastures a rest.
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of a paddock? If your answer is stinky, fly infested, muddy, dusty, and a place you feel bad about putting your horse you are doing it wrong! Believe it or not, having a horse friendly, easy to care for paddock is key to happy horse-keeping. Why you ask? Here are just a few reasons:
We have all been hearing about the catastrophic flooding Hurricane Harvey has caused in Houston and surrounding areas in the past week. Harvey has left thousands of people, and the surrounding equine community seeking shelter from the rising water.