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Rider Horsemanship to be Featured in Ask the Expert Series

Caroline Rider of Rider Horsemanship is being featured in the Ask the Expert Video Blog Series for Holistic Horse Media. In her first feature Caroline discusses “How to Develop a Calm, Cooperative Partner in our Trail Horse.” Her expert advice goes into the details of developing trust, focus, and connection with your horse in order to create a true partnership.

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7 Holistic Tips for Hot Weather Horse Hauling

1. Be Prepared
Know where you're going and what is required to transport your horse to that destination. This includes necessary paperwork to travel across country. Research online or call the location and find out what is required. Then speak with your vet about getting the necessary paperwork in order before you leave.

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Fire Safety on the Farm – Reducing the Risk

Barn fires are every horse owner’s worst nightmare, one that can bring significant emotional and economic loss. However, the sad fact is that many barn fires could have largely been prevented by applying a few basic principles. The most reliable approach to fire safety is to plan for the worst by having solid procedures in place for fire prevention and adhere to them daily.

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7 Ways to Prepare, Prevent, & Protect Against Bugs

Get a head start on good habits to prepare for upcoming fly season

Did you know a female fly can lay up to 900 eggs? When you see flies buzzing around the barn, you’ve waited too long to begin thinking about how to control them. An early bug prevention program is what’s needed to keep your horse comfortable and your barn and pastures free from nagging flies and biting insects.

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