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Horse health

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5 Signs That A Horse Trusts You

Horses are amazing communicators, we must learn to read their sometimes subtle indications, so let’s learn signs that a horse trusts you.

Secret To Keeping Water Tanks Clean

Barn chores are never ending. Horse owners know this especially well. One of the most important chores is keeping your horse’s water trough clean and algae free. Providing fresh, clean water is vitally important for the health of your horse. Scrubbing the algae and grime out of a water trough […]

Equine Charts

Here are some helpful charts on the Hoof, this is a vital part of keeping a horse at its best. (I do not own these photos)

Horse Anatomy And 12 Facts About It

Today we will be unpacking horse anatomy and 12 facts about it! Horses are an incredible species that have been here for millions of years. Depending on which scientific account you research, the story of

A Horse's Normal TPR Poster

One of the first things horse owners check when their horse shows signs of trouble is temperature, pulse, and respiration (TPR). Order this poster now and have the normal ranges at your fingertips in your barn, tack room, or feed room! Choose from two sizes above. Posters from The Horse are printed on Epson Enhanced Ma

Horse Topline: How to Build Muscle on a Horse | Horse Bonding Success

There are a number of different ways to assess and evaluate a horse’s conformation. One of these ways is by their topline. If you are new to the equestrian world, you may be wondering exactly what a topline is?

How to Recognise Laminitis in Your Horse - Savvy Horsewoman

Guest post by Spillers Feeds: Laminitis can have devastating and sometimes fatal outcomes and although no horse or pony is immune to the condition, there are particular breeds, health conditions and lifestyles that make some…

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There are a few main reasons why your horse clippers get hot - your horse is dirty, or your clippers and blades are dirty. Also, use clipper oil every 5 minutes!
Your horse's temp can alert you to sickness before it happens! Horse fevers can create all sorts of problems, and some diseases are contagious to other horses in the barn.
Body clipping your horse while wet can gum up your clippers and make your blades dull. The horse clipping process will also tug at your horse's coat, creating funny lines, gouges, and uneven patches of hair.
Mane roaching, or mane hogging, can easily be done with shears or horse clippers.