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DIY horse tips for around the barn. Plus easy horse care ideas that save you time & money. Follow me and check out savvyhorsewoman.com for more!

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That time of year is approaching, the season that all horse folk dread – winter. Shorter days, colder weather and snow means planning a winter schedule with your farrier. You must decide if you are going to let your horse go barefoot during the winter months or keep shoes on. Here are some things to consider when it comes to putting shoes on your horse this winter. | #horse #horseshoes #equine #equestrian

Winter Hoof Care – Shoes or No Shoes?

That time of year is approaching, the season that all horse folk dread – winter. Shorter days, colder weather and snow means planning a winter schedule with your farrier. You must decide if you are going to let your horse go barefoot during the winter months or keep shoes on. Here are some things to consider when it comes to putting shoes on your horse this winter. | #horse #horseshoes #equine #equestrian

Winter is coming, and although Texas has relatively mild winter temperatures, you will need to make adjustments to the care you provide your horses as the season changes.

Winter Horse Care Tips - Deer Creek Structures

Winter is coming, and although Texas has relatively mild winter temperatures, you will need to make adjustments to the care you provide your horses as the season changes.

Feeding Coconut Oil to Horses...Without Going Broke! | Savvy Horsewoman

Feeding Coconut Oil to Horses...Without Going Broke! - Savvy Horsewoman

If you’ve read my post Coconut Oil for Horses – Top 10 Uses you already know I love using coconut oil for my whole family, including feeding coconut oil to horses. But one question I…

Horse grooming is an essential part of horse ownership and important of equestrian care. Every rider needs a good horse grooming kit with all the essentials

9 Essentials every rider should have in their Grooming Kit - Seriously Equestrian

Horse grooming is an essential part of horse ownership and important of equestrian care. Every rider needs a good horse grooming kit with all the essentials

As equestrians, we all should know enough about Cushing's Disease in horses to understand what it is and what warning signs to look out for.

Cushing's Disease in Horses: Important Warning Signs And How To Treat It

As equestrians, we all should know enough about Cushing's Disease in horses to understand what it is and what warning signs to look out for.

Horses have sensitive stomachs, and changing their feed without reason can wreak havoc on their digestive systems. If your horse is doing well on his current diet, it is usually best to stay the course.However, there are times throughout their lives when reexamining a horse’s diet may be beneficial. Click here to learn if your horse needs a new diet. #horsefeed #horsecare #horsediet #horsehealth #horses #horseowner #horsetips #horsenutrition

4 Ways to Tell That It's Time to Reassess Your Horse's Diet

Horses have sensitive stomachs, and changing their feed without reason can wreak havoc on their digestive systems. If your horse is doing well on his current diet, it is usually best to stay the course.However, there are times throughout their lives when reexamining a horse’s diet may be beneficial. Click here to learn if your horse needs a new diet. #horsefeed #horsecare #horsediet #horsehealth #horses #horseowner #horsetips #horsenutrition

Changing Seasons - Tips for Readying your horse and farm for Winter. How to winterize your farm and get yourself and your horse prepared for the cold weather change. Keeping horses in the Winter can be challenging. Think ahead to make your daily chores a little easier. www.heartequineacademy.com #horse #equestrian #winter

Changing of the Seasons

Sad news for those of us in the northern hemisphere ... Winter is on her way - in another 6 weeks she will have formally announced her presence and

As winter approaches, reduced sunlight increases melatonin production in horses, resulting in hair growth. However, there can be variation or inhibition in growth due to a horse’s climate, clipping, or even the use of artificial

The Dos and Don’ts of Blanketing

As winter approaches, reduced sunlight increases melatonin production in horses, resulting in hair growth. However, there can be variation or inhibition in growth due to a horse’s climate, clipping, or even the use of artificial

Even a horse without the best tail genetics can still benefit from good grooming techniques and special attention. If you have ever wished your horse could grow a luxurious, beautiful tail and don’t know where to start or have tried and given up, give these five tips a try!

5 Tail Care Tips That Really Work

Even a horse without the best tail genetics can still benefit from good grooming techniques and special attention. If you have ever wished your horse could grow a luxurious, beautiful tail and don’t know where to start or have tried and given up, give these five tips a try!

How To Keep Your Horse Healthy in Winter   Crispy winds have started to blow, which means winter is almost here! If you own or loan a horse, you must already know that winter is the most challenging season to take care of a horse and continue training. Especially if you are planning to compete in this season, you shoul

WINTER HORSE CARE TIPS

How To Keep Your Horse Healthy in Winter Crispy winds have started to blow, which means winter is almost here! If you own or loan a horse, you must already know that winter is the most challenging season to take care of a horse and continue training. Especially if you are planning to compete in this season, you shoul

One of the most basic equine health practices we think we must do as good horse owners is de-worming. All horses have some level of worm infestation, but with so many products out there, and conflicting advice online, how do you know where to start? In this post, we'll teach you how to develop your own, customized, horse deworming schedule. | Cornerstone Equine Academy #equine #horse #health #deworming #riding #horsebackriding

De-Worming Your Horse: Are You Doing it Right?

One of the most basic equine health practices we think we must do as good horse owners is de-worming. All horses have some level of worm infestation, but with so many products out there, and conflicting advice online, how do you know where to start? In this post, we'll teach you how to develop your own, customized, horse deworming schedule. | Cornerstone Equine Academy #equine #horse #health #deworming #riding #horsebackriding

Tips to prep your horse for clipping!

How To Prepare Your Horse For Easy Clipping

Tips to prep your horse for clipping!

Rider's Homemade Hand Scrub DIY Recipe | Savvy Horsewoman

Dirty Rider's Homemade Hand Scrub - Savvy Horsewoman

There’s no doubt about it; riders get dirty! While I envy those with Pinterest worthy manicures, I’ve always kept my nails short, bare and barn ready. Easy to clean is priority #1 so when I came across…

Natural Fly Spray for Horses   DIY Recipes | Horse Care Tips from Savvy Horsewoman

Natural Fly Spray for Horses - Reviews and Recipe {Printable} - Savvy Horsewoman

🐴 Try this easy natural fly spray for horses recipe using essential oils or check out the reviews of the top rated store-bought options. Get it now!

Treating Thrush in Horses | Savvy Horsewoman | DIY Horse Care

Homemade Thrush Treatment for Horses - Savvy Horsewoman

Are you looking for a homemade thrush treatment for horses? You’re not the only one! When I asked the members of the Facebook Group, Horse Care on a Budget, what they dislike most about horse care…

Treating Thrush in Horses | Savvy Horsewoman | DIY Horse Care

Homemade Thrush Treatment for Horses - Savvy Horsewoman

Are you looking for a homemade thrush treatment for horses? You’re not the only one! When I asked the members of the Facebook Group, Horse Care on a Budget, what they dislike most about horse care…