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Blaze. My very first horse. Every time I see horses in pasture or being involved in any kind of activity, Blaze comes back and I relive some of our adventures.
Curry combs, metal curry, body brush, dandy brush, fly spray, hoof pick, hoof clippers, trimmers, horse shampoo, shedding blades, and a lot more
Only put saddle conditoner on once every other month so your saddle is not very oily
Tender Loving Horse Cares collection of horse book reviews contain information on the best books on horses, training a horse, horseback riding, natural horse care and more!
Awesome day for riding today! The weather was perfect, the mosquitoes were sleeping and the girls were calm and quiet!
Selene is getting so used to riding in her new saddle. Even trotted for the first time today! The trotting was making her feel a bit itchy though, and she was shaking lots and wanting to roll. I was trying to keep her moving, but I turned her pretty sharp, which was the perfect set up for her to lay down...which she did. Luckily I just moved right, and stood up without getting squished! She didn't roll, which was nice...didn't even get dust on the saddle, just stood back up. I promptly got back on, as I don't want her thinking she should lay down every time she thinks we've had enough!!
Greg and Josie did really well also. He rode her bareback, after just getting her relaxed and quiet, hanging out with her, laying on her etc. He rode her for about 20 minutes all together, with lots of petting and loving along the way. She is still pretty nervous and jumpy with a saddle, but apparently quite fine with the being ridden bareback!
#1 first after every rider throw the reins over the horses head a get them to follow you it helps you build a connection ,gets your horse to trust you,
Is a treeless saddle right for your horse? Find out the benefits and important facts about treeless saddles.
The bitless bridle. Is your horse ready? Going bitless is more than just taking out the bit.
Your Best resource for Natural Hoof Trimming! Learn about natural hoof care for horses, the mustang roll, barefoot riding, and discover if horse hoof boots can replace your horses metal shoes!
Essential horse grooming supplies and horse grooming tips for every horse owner. Horse grooming is a key part of your horse care routine!
The wonderful horse rescue where we purchased our beloved quarter horse fillies, Selene and Josie, is fund-raising to purchase a used horse trailer.
Up until now, if the owners of the rescue brought home rescued horses it was in a truck and trailer that they hired.
Having their own trailer will make it so much easier to transport new horses home from the auctions. It will also make it possible to take sick horses to the vet should the need arise!
Click the link below to visit the Dare2Dream Horse Rescue website! If you can, please make a donation via PayPal, or by mailing a cheque to the rescue! All the details are on their website!
Thanks for your support!!
Natural Horse Hoof Care for Your
Natural Horse! Laminitis, founder, barefoot trimming, mustang rolls, dealing with abscesses and more!
Learn about the most important tools used by your natural hoof trimmer to care for you horse hooves! From hoofjack to rasp to soaking boots!
All the best information about horse care equipment in one convenient location! Make caring for your horse easier, and find out what horse care supplies you need!
Horse grooming kits! The best way to keep your tack room organized, and make grooming your horse quick, easy and efficient! Keep your horses favorite rubber curry comb, and important first aid and h