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Category: Equipment, Feed & Supplies

Mar 08
Hoof Boots for Trail Riding

Believe it or not, over 60% of trail riding injuries can be traced back to poor hoof protection. After testing 6 products, I’ve concluded that the Cavallo Simple Hoof Boot stands out as the premier choice for trail riding. As an avid equestrian, I’ve experienced firsthand the challenges and demands placed on horse hooves. My […]

Feb 08
Can Horses Have Watermelon? Dos and Don’ts

With my background in equine nutrition, I’ve seen firsthand the joy this simple treat brings to horses.  You’ve come to the right place if you’re curious about sharing this summer favorite with your horse.  This article unpacks the dos and don’ts of feeding watermelon to horses, tackling safety, nutritional benefits, and proper feeding techniques. Whether […]

Apr 03
Best Horse Treat Recipe

Did you know that a horse can distinguish between a delicious treat and a bland one just by its smell? With years of experience in equine care, I’ve learned what makes a treat not only tasty but also healthy for your horse. Struggling to find the perfect treat recipe that your horse loves and is […]

Apr 03
Grain Free Horse Feed

Grain free feed for horses turns heads and changes minds in equine nutrition. It’s not just a trend. It’s a return to what’s natural and, perhaps, what’s best for our equine friends. This blog takes you through the lush, untamed meadows of grain-free diets, where health and vitality bloom. Here, we’ll uncover the secrets of […]

Apr 03
How to Wash Horse Blankets

Did you know improperly washed horse blankets can harbor harmful bacteria? As an equestrian expert, I’ve seen the effects of neglecting proper blanket care. Your horse deserves clean, comfortable gear, and so do you. In this guide, I’ll show you how to wash horse blankets effectively, ensuring they remain fresh and durable. We’ll cover the […]

Nov 09
Transline? An Exciting New Product for the War on Star Thistle.

We all know how miserable star thistle is; painful to walk through, dangerous for eyes, and potentially deadly to the horse if much of it is consumed. Ingestion of the weed over a period of time leads to neurological damage manifested as difficulty in swallowing. An afflicted horse is unable to eat or drink, and […]