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Retired Racehorse Project Seeks 500 Trainers for $100,000 Thoroughbred Makeover

  • 5 May 2016
  • Author: Wendy Emerson
  • Number of views: 666
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Retired Racehorse Project (RRP), a nonprofit organization that promotes off-track Thoroughbreds for multiple equestrian sports, today opened an online application for participation in the 2016 Thoroughbred Makeover.

Senior Horse Challenge Sharpens Skills

  • 5 May 2016
  • Author: Wendy Emerson
  • Number of views: 741
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What differentiates Equine Metabolic Syndrome from PPID (pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction or “Cushings”)?

1) Laminitis
2) Obesity or regional adiposity ("fat pads")
3) Delayed shedding

USRider: Traveling with a Horse? Blanket or No Blanket?

  • 5 May 2016
  • Author: Wendy Emerson
  • Number of views: 789
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (Dec. 30, 2015) – With winter making its grand entrance in many states and across Canada, having confidence your four-legged companion is comfortable during travel is essential. While horses are very comfortable in cold conditions, and most travel well in the winter, it is still a big question as to whether you should be throwing on a blanket or leaving it at the barn. There are a few factors that should be taken into consideration before you hit the road.

One Simple Truth That Leads to Softness between Horse and Human

  • 5 May 2016
  • Author: Wendy Emerson
  • Number of views: 772
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“It’s not about what we do that starts us on the path to softness,” says renowned horseman Mark Rashid, “but rather, it’s what we don’t do.”

For your horse’s sake: Salt needs more attention during hot months

  • 20 July 2016
  • Author: Wendy Emerson
  • Number of views: 2501
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Your horse sweats more during the summer, making electrolyte supplementation worth considering. But electrolytes alone will not protect against dehydration. Your horse needs to have enough sodium (salt). One ounce per day (two tablespoons) is adequate for maintenance during cool months, but hot, humid weather calls for at least two ounces per day, and more if your horse is in work of any kind.

Article by By Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D.

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