What Bits Do To Horses When You Pull On Their Mouth

What bits do to horses when you pull on their mouth What bits do to horses when you pull on their mouth.  Do you know what’s happening inside the mouth of your horse? Not sure which bit is best for both you and your horse?  Here is a great video on what goes on inside […]

Allergies In Horses

Allergies In Horses

Allergies In Horses include both skin allergies and respiratory allergies. Skin Allergies in Horses Skin Allergies can result from topical contact and from oral ingestion. Dust, mold, pollen, bedding, and insect bites are just a few of the sources that can cause skin allergies.  One of the most common causes of itching starts with the bite […]

Natural And Artificial Flavoring

Natural And Artifical Flavoring

From time to time we are asked to define what is meant by the terms Natural And Artificial flavoring used in Equine Challenge Horse Supplements. Natural And Artificial Flavoring Natural flavoring is the flavor that exists in the item naturally.  For instance, flax has a taste, carrots and whole oats have a taste. A natural […]

Creating The Correct Diet For Your Horse

Tips For Creating The Correct Diet For Your Horse

Creating The Correct Diet For Your Horse   Horses by nature are grazing animals.  Because their stomach empties approximately every 3-4 hours, they eat many times throughout the day.  A horse’s natural diet is mainly grass, which is high in roughage. We should strive to keep our domesticated horses diets as close to what they […]

Winterizing The Hard Keeper Horse

Winterizing the hard keeper Horses

Winterizing The Hard Keeper Horse Winterizing the hard keeper horse.  The cold winter months are upon us. As the temperature dips, you may find that your horse has more difficulty keeping weight on. If this sounds like your horse, here are some tips on how you can help them stay warm during these frigid winter […]

Hay Types and Varieties, Which Hay Is Best For Your Horse?

Creating the correct diet for your horse

Hay types and varieties, which hay is best for your horse. Types and availability vary depending on region, and hays are representative of the climate in which they were grown. Grass hay types are divided into two categories based on where they are grown, cool or warm season. Cool season grasses include orchard, tall fescue, […]

How To Build Strong, Healthy Horse Hooves

How To Build Strong Healthy Hooves

How To Build Strong, Healthy Horse Hooves.   With as much information on the nutritional building blocks of good hoof production and the great number of horses suffering from poor hoof growth, something is wrong.  I believe in No Horse No Hoof and I will give you some information on how to build strong, healthy horse […]

How To Read Feed Tag Labels On Horse Feed

How to read feed tag labels on horse feed

How to read Feed Tag Labels on horse feed. Let’s learn about How To Read Feed Tag Labels On Horse Feed.  Most of the time these feed tags are designed to be confusing and virtually impossible to decipher with great intention. Let’s make it a bit easier to figure out. Please learn how to read […]

Fall Transition And Chronic Horse Colic Tips

Fall Transition And Chronic Horse Colic Tips

Fall Transition and Chronic Horse Colic Tips.  Fall is just about here but in Central California our weather is still HOT! We are looking at upcoming temps of 112 degrees, but by the end of the month, low 90’s. That being said, many horses will colic or find themselves in a Pre-colic situation with the […]