Reading Time: 3 minutes Credit to: The Horse Feeding your horse good-quality feed and forage can help him gain weight in a safe way. Posted by Kelly Vineyard, MS, PhD Q: I’ve got a recently retired Thoroughbred racehorse. He’s rangy and could use some more weight and bloom on his coat, but it’s winter. How can I get him going […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Story submitted by Chelsey Burris Off-track Thoroughbreds are versatile. While they are becoming highly sought-after partners in many English disciplines, they are also becoming increasingly popular in Western sports. On May 8, three Friends of Ferdinand Inc. (FFI) graduates and one adoptable horse—Bisque, Is He Proud, Vindication Ally and Soy Sauce—attended an intro to cattle […]
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Reading Time: 8 minutes Working with an older but still inexperienced horse poses special challenges but also promises unique rewards.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Try these three exercises to turn a Thoroughbred racehorse into a successful dressage mount.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Finding a trainer can be like dating: painful and awkward until you find the right one. But I needed to find a good eventing trainer for my rescue horse, Banjo. I wanted to learn about eventing, a completely new discipline for me. I’d been attending local events to observe people competing at the lower levels. […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Retraining ex-racehorses takes patience and tolerance, but can eventually result in excellent riding horses in any number of equestrian fields. By Jayne Pedigo for EquiSearch.