Wound Care for Your Horse

Whether you ride for pleasure, sport or work, chances are your horse will experience a leg wound sooner rather than later. Knowing how to care for and treat that wound with is key to keeping your horse healthy and performing its best. Perhaps the most important consideration before bandaging a wound is making sure that […]

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Energy Sources for the Horse

Energy is the most basic component of ensuring maximum health and performance in all animals. Adequate energy, measured in the form of kilocalories, is needed not only to maintain body weight, but also to support overall health, performance, breeding and growth. To meet these needs, energy should be provided from three primary sources. Starches – […]

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Trainer Madeline Reich Uses Vitalize to Keep Horses Energized

Madeline Reich has a passion for the equine industry. The 24-year-old just celebrated her first anniversary as owner and trainer at Reichland Farm, a training facility at Sterrett, Ala., near Birmingham. The young horse enthusiast trains and shows hunter-jumper horses, and has for most of her life. Just recently she has added a barrel racing […]

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Equip Your Equine Emergency Kit for Summer Travel

Just like it is a wise idea to keep a first aid kit in your barn and vehicle, it is a good plan to keep a medical kit for horses with you while you are traveling. With summer and the busy season for shows, rodeos, and competitions upon us, now is a great time to […]

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