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When gearing up for endurance and trail riding season, there is a lot of training and preparation that go into it for the rider and horse. Both have to be conditioned to face the 25, 50, or 100-mile race that lies ahead of them. Because a horse will be on its feet in rocky terrain for long periods of time, it’s important that hooves are properly protected, supported, and prepared for any possibilities such as uneven, loose footing, stepping on sharps, cuts, and hoof impacts.

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Have you had one of those busy days when you don’t have time to shop at the feed store after work? Or have you just learned from your vet that your horse has metabolic syndrome or a form of insulin resistance?

The Solo-Ride arrived in a box covered with pictorial instructions, and included a fanny pack (with lots of pockets) in which to store the Solo-Ride while riding. The Solo-Ride itself is comprised of thick nylon webbing that creates the support system, a folding stirrup that is made of lightweight aluminum, and a padded strap that can be used for additional padding either on the wither or under the leg.

Anyone who has ridden in a dusty arena knows that airborne dust can cause adverse health effects in both horses and riders. The College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State University, states that while dust generated by agriculture is a recognized hazard, research shows that “the dust generated in the winter and early spring from indoor areas is even more intense than some of the dust generated by general agricultural practices.

DVD Review by April Dawn Ray, Canadian Horse Journal - What do you get when you combine natural horsemanship trainer Jonathan Field and iconic hunter/jumper master George Morris?

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Recently, Canadian Horse Journal received two Total Saddle Fit Shoulder Relief Girths to test out. The girths are available in dressage or jumping/all-purpose and are designed to allow for a full range of shoulder motion, elbow comfort, and better saddle fit. I took the jumper girth and my co-worker Emily tested the dressage girth.

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