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If i could remember day to day things as well as i remember the points of a horse im sure life would be easier !! XD  My brain = 75% horse stuff 25% everything else

Horse Facts and Equestrian Information

If i could remember day to day things as well as i remember the points of a horse im sure life would be easier !! XD My brain = 75% horse stuff 25% everything else

The most typical reason for clipping is to enable the horse to work comfortably and without undue sweating during the winter months when their coats grow naturally thicker. The clipped horse will be denied his natural protection from winter weather, and will need to be provided with additional protection in the form of both stable and waterproof outdoor rugs, ideally with suitable shelter facilities in his paddock.

The most typical reason for clipping is to enable the horse to work comfortably and without undue sweating during the winter months when their coats grow naturally thicker. The clipped horse will be denied his natural protection from winter weather, and will need to be provided with additional protection in the form of both stable and waterproof outdoor rugs, ideally with suitable shelter facilities in his paddock.

Which fruits and vegetables are safe for horses? Which are toxic? This infographic gives you some guidelines.

Which fruits and vegetables are safe for horses? Which are toxic? This infographic gives you some guidelines.

Check out these fun facts about horses! How much hay does a horse eat in a day? How does my horse know when to start shedding? You can read even more facts by clicking the pin to visit Lovehorsebackriding.com.

Check out these fun facts about horses! How much hay does a horse eat in a day? How does my horse know when to start shedding? You can read even more facts by clicking the pin to visit Lovehorsebackriding.com.

The horse (equus ferus caballus) is an ancient animal that has evolved over the past 50 million years to the animal we see today, in its many differen

The horse (equus ferus caballus) is an ancient animal that has evolved over the past 50 million years to the animal we see today, in its many differen

HORSE HOOF FACTS - Everything you've ever wondered about hooves! By www.brunetteinbreeches.com

HORSE HOOF FACTS - Everything you've ever wondered about hooves! By www.brunetteinbreeches.com

**FREE Laminitis Fact Sheet** This quick reference fact sheet provides you with a list of potential  causes that trigger laminitis in horses, clinical signs for early detection of founder, management and prevention strategies to effectively help your horse in times of need.

**FREE Laminitis Fact Sheet** This quick reference fact sheet provides you with a list of potential causes that trigger laminitis in horses, clinical signs for early detection of founder, management and prevention strategies to effectively help your horse in times of need.

This thing is so helpful.  I can never keep the names of paint colors strait. deviantART: More Like Chestnut Color Genetics Chart by ~MagicWindsStables

This thing is so helpful. I can never keep the names of paint colors strait. deviantART: More Like Chestnut Color Genetics Chart by ~MagicWindsStables

Making sure your horse is healthy and happy is an important part of horse ownership. We've got some quick tips of things to look for when performing a health check on your horse.

Making sure your horse is healthy and happy is an important part of horse ownership. We've got some quick tips of things to look for when performing a health check on your horse.

When I barrel race my horse is angry and agressive apperently

When I barrel race my horse is angry and agressive apperently

Did you know? Back in the day, equestrians often didn't have time to greet and speak with all the other riders before a foxhunt... so they put ribbons in their horses' tails to communicate what otherwise couldn't be communicated while racing over the fields.

Did you know? Back in the day, equestrians often didn't have time to greet and speak with all the other riders before a foxhunt... so they put ribbons in their horses' tails to communicate what otherwise couldn't be communicated while racing over the fields.