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In this article we'll review some of the basic vocabulary beginner equestrians should know and learn as they get started with horses. This list of…

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Let’s go over these tips and tricks for feeding, grooming, and general care of your horse, as well as some hacks for barn chores and tack maintenance.

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Having horses in winter doesn’t have to be complicated. No matter how hot or cold the weather, a horse’s basic needs generally don’t change. Food, water and shelter are always important, but what does change…

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Barn chores are never ending. Horse owners know this especially well. One of the most important chores is keeping your horse’s water trough clean and algae free. Providing fresh, clean water is vitally important for the health of your horse. Scrubbing the algae and grime out of a water trough […]

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As a beginner, there are few basic groundwork exercises that you should consistently work on until you have mastered them with your horse. I've also made a FREE printable .PDF Training Log!

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Did you know? Back in the day, equestrians often didn't have time to greet and speak with all the other riders before a foxhunt... so they put ribbons in their horses' tails to communicate what...

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Saddle position affects performance and comfort for your horse as well as yourself. Significantly. Your horse's shoulder muscles must remain free enough to bulge under the front of your saddle while you ride. Squeezing/pressing anywhere along the wither area creates a miserable experience for your horse and less comfort for you. These simple key tips will enable you to set up your saddle in the right place on your horse's body to offer maximum positive results with the equipment you own.

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