Bed Sores

How one horse owner relieved a bad case of a non healing wound more »

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Life Lessons from The Man Who Listens to Horses

Susan Cain and Debbie Roberts-Loucks present six learning tools to apply learning concepts to real life, as they retrace the path that Roberts took from the rodeo circuit to training thoroughbred racehorses for Queen Elizabeth II. more »

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Connie Grob massages a horse in the relaxed atmosphere of the herd

Connie Grob

The Power of the Herd

So what do you do with the horse who simply cannot release? Not all horses are able to relax enough to release during a massage. This is when the power of the herd may be especially helpful. more »


Relieve the Itch

Few horse owners escape having to deal with the issue of itch. It is probably the most common dermatologic complaint. Itch is distressing to the horse, often causing significant trauma to the skin from scratching. more »

Equine Wellness

Developing Self-Carriage & Balance

A horse’s ability to move in and out of transitions and gaits with rhythm, tempo, stride length, straightness, outline (frame) on his own, with no maintenance from the rider, is called self-carriage. more »

In the Field

How Posture Affects Your Horse

How often have we, as riders, heard our coaches tell us to sit up straight, put our shoulders back, and stop leaning forward? It is a constant daily battle for us to maintain good balance and posture in the saddle. more »


Sore No More Sports Salve

The award winning Sore No More Liniment Mixes with Tamanu Butter & Aloe Vera to give you a soothing cooling Arnica cream. more »

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