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Equine Thyroid Problems Need Veterinary Help

A fat, lethargic human might have a thyroid problem to blame, but not your horse.

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Media Critique: The Alchemy of Lightness

Karen Havis

A book review about the dressage book "The Alchemy of Lightness" and why its emphasis on joy can make a big difference to you and your horse. read more

Oh The Weather Outside Is Frightful

John Strassburger

A discussion comparing winter horse care in the East and the West. read more

Safety Thought: Pay Attention To Blanket Straps

Horse Journal Staff

Leg straps on blankets tend to get too long without us realizing it. Elastic stretches and buckles slip over time. Straps should be checked frequently to make sure they aren?t too long and a horse could catch up a leg. Even if you remove your horse's blanket daily to check his skin and for rubs, pay extra attention to the straps, as they're easy to overlook. read more

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