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[INFOGRAPHIC] Handling Hoof Abscesses - Hoof abscesses are a common cause of…

Infographic: Handling Hoof Abscesses

[INFOGRAPHIC] Handling Hoof Abscesses - Hoof abscesses are a common cause of…

Healthy pastures require year-round maintenance. Fall is an important time to evaluate your horse pastures. Depending on your situation, you may need to rest overgrazed pastures, control weeds, spread manure, test soil, reseed, or fertilize. Read more: http://kppusa.com/tips-and-topics/horse-pasture-management-tips/

Healthy pastures require year-round maintenance. Fall is an important time to evaluate your horse pastures. Depending on your situation, you may need to rest overgrazed pastures, control weeds, spread manure, test soil, reseed, or fertilize. Read more: http://kppusa.com/tips-and-topics/horse-pasture-management-tips/

But I Can't Train My Horse with Treats (Tutorial) by carlylyn.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

But I Can't Train My Horse with Treats (Tutorial) by carlylyn.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

4 Tips On How To Train Lateral Movements

4 Tips On How To Train Lateral Movements

through lanes and gaps - FURYTEE-Personalized Gifts | Customized T-shirts | Design Your Own Products

through lanes and gaps - FURYTEE-Personalized Gifts | Customized T-shirts | Design Your Own Products

Exercises for horseback riders

Exercises for horseback riders

Showjumping exercise❤️

Showjumping exercise❤️

Horse feet

Horse feet

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A true enthusiast in training with ground poles and with serpentines, this exercise will help you to feel the straightness and balance of your horse as you go from one direction to the other. I love this! Thank-you, Ingrid Klimke!

A true enthusiast in training with ground poles and with serpentines, this exercise will help you to feel the straightness and balance of your horse as you go from one direction to the other. I love this! Thank-you, Ingrid Klimke!

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