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trail-riding

The North Carolina Horse Council invites you to become a sponsor of this important event, to be held in the Raleigh Durham area of North Carolina. Read more

The concept of slow feeding employs a continuous feeding method that allows your horse to constantly forage, thereby stimulating his digestive system and his mind Read more

Cross Country Jumping

Karen Tappenden

Riding should not hurt. Unfortunately, many women are riding in saddles that have been made for men. They’re suffering in silence, tolerating the pain because they simply may not know what they don’t know. Read more

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Holistic Veterinary

Holistic horse

Injuries are often unavoidable, but there are steps you can take to reduce risk. Ensuring proper conditioning, avoiding overtraining, and reducing inflammation after a hard workout will all contribute to a healthier animal. Read more

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flower essences

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When it comes to changing negative behaviors, many horse people try to suppress or control the symptoms. Flower essence remedies address the root cause of the problem, thus eliminating the horse’s need to behave negatively. Read more

Therapy

Unique training tool can help your horse’s self-confidence and improve movement. Read more

In the Field

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