Healthy Hooves for a Healthy Horse

Ty has officially been a part of The Well Horse program for two months now! & a busy two months it’s been! With this, I’m excited to share about Ty’s hoof care as it proceeds with one condition- He must remain barefoot.

Feeding Horses During the Cold Season

As we close in on November, cold weather sweeps through horse country! For owners & managers, it’s important to stay in tune as the temperature drops and grass goes dormant. To keep horses warm, round, and comfortable through the winter, we often need to step in and adjust nutrition programs. Here are 4 key points to keep in mind when planning out cold season feeding!

Tips to Understand & Manage a Cribber

I’ve studied some of these guys and done some soul searching to put these horses in a different light. With this, I’ve realized how to better understand and manage the cribbing horse and am excited to share the revelation! 

Glenn- The Significance in the Eye of a Horse

Out of all the talented & successful riders, trainers, owners, breeders, and business people in our community, I have no deeper respect than for the horseman who can let go of the logistics of “success” and embrace the humility, patience, selflessness, and love that comes with knowing the significance in the eye of a horse. 

3 Soundness Checkpoints to Address When Starting Up An OTTB

As we pull these horses off the track to point them towards new careers, we need to address a few health aspects that affect the vast majority of OTTBs. Having been fortunate enough to play with many a thoroughbred, I am excited to share 3 Essential Soundness Checkpoints when Starting Up an OTTB!