The Impacts of Weather on Your Horse’s Digestion

There has always been a common myth that when the weather changes, the instances of colic in the barn increase. But is this true? Can a simple change in temperature, barometric pressure or location affect your horse’s health? A recent study says it may. The study, conducted at the University of Pennsylvania in 20171, stated there […]

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Cowgirl has a December to Remember

It was a December to remember for one Oklahoma cowgirl who embraced every opportunity the 10 days of her first National Finals Rodeo experience. Emily Miller, Weatherford, Okla., started her Vegas run ranked seventh in the world in barrel racing. After 10 great runs and a partner, Chongo, who gave his all, Emily moved up to finish the year third […]

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Passion and Faith Fuel the Perseverance to Follow a Dream

A passion is described as a powerful or compelling emotion. Do you have passion? Are you really passionate enough to leave everything that is familiar to you to chase your dream? Your native country? Your culture? Your family? The love of your life? One Brazilian cowboy left all those behind to pursue his dreams, and […]

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Leaky Gut Syndrome in Horses

Nearly 70% of an animal’s immune cells live in the gut. It is no wonder why when the horse’s gastrointestinal tract is compromised, equine health is as well. Let’s dig a bit deeper into one problem that causes a chain reaction of bad events in horses: Leaky Gut Syndrome. What is Leaky Gut Syndrome (LGS)? […]

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