Tips On Preparing Your Horse For Spring Training

March 23, 2017 by Linda

With the spring months approaching, it is important to prepare your horse for the warmer weather. The first thing you should do is schedule a checkup for your horse so a doctor can thoroughly examine him or her to make sure they are healthy. The most important part that needs to be checked is the […]



Common Equine Diseases

March 7, 2017 by Linda

The cold weather can make horses more susceptible to illness so it is important to know and understand the symptoms of common horse diseases. Equine Flu (Influenza) This disease is very contagious and can affect your horse quickly, leaving him extremely tired and weak. Some of the conditions are a fever, coughing, discharge from the […]



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A very special tribute to horses. Eight million horses and countless mules and donkeys died in the First World War. They were used to transport ammunition and supplies to the front and many died, not only from the horrors of shellfire but also in terrible weather and appalling conditions. ... See MoreSee Less

This is one of our favorite images from history. In 1917, 650 soldiers from Remount Depot 326 formed this stunning tribute to all of the horses lost in World War I. Brings a tear to your eye! Learn more here -> oldphotoarchive.com/WWIStatues .

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