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Where #SeriousHorsePeople come to better understand digestive health in horses and its impact and management.

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Myth: Confinement is Normal for Horses

Almost every horse movie includes at least one scene where the main character walks into a barn and a row of horses pop their heads up and start to nicker. As a horse person yourself, […]

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Ron Ralls’ Reined Cow Horses Maintained on SUCCEED

Ron Ralls’ Career Highlights in the Reined Cow Horse Arena While Ron admits his debut at the 1984 Snaffle Bit Futurity was “worse than a disaster,” he’s more than made up for it in the […]

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Hay is for Horses, on Getting More from Hay with SUCCEED

If you’ve read any of the other posts in this six-part series about why hay is so important for horses, you’ll know that hay plays a key role in your horse’s diet — and is […]

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Hay is for Horses, on How to Feed Hay

Horse owners tend to have as many opinions about the right and wrong ways to do things as there are blades of grass in the pasture. But one thing most horsemen and horsewomen agree on […]

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How to Properly Store Hay for Horses

If you’ve been tuning into this series about the importance of hay in your horse’s diet, you probably don’t need to be told that hay is for horses. (If you have any doubts, feel free […]

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Myth: Horses Need Blankets in Winter

It seems so cozy – a slighly fuzzy horse tucked into a nice clean stall with a warm blanket, a pile of hay, and a heated water bucket as winter cold and snow descend outside […]

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