Setting Goals is Key to Young Barrel Racer’s Success

“If you follow your dreams, your dreams will succeed and so will you.”   That’s pretty astute advice from a 9-year-old, but it’s the advice she gives to herself and others that have goals in life. And it apparently works, as Kaysen Scott has followed her own advice all the way to the Junior National Finals Rodeo this past December, […]

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Hair, Skin and Hoof Health Starts in the Gut

Most horse owners take gut health seriously due to the common challenges that can result from neglecting to care for the digestive tract, including colic, ulcers, weight loss, laminitis… the list goes on. It is no doubt digestive health is vital to keeping your horse happy and healthy, but did you know gut health affects […]

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Increase Weight Gain, Decrease Feed Bills, Improve Gut Health

What if there was something to help your horse gain weight, and also lower your feed bills?   Here is a common scenario: you buy a skinny, unthrifty horse. You feed, feed, feed the horse, but you just don’t see any improvement in his or her weight or muscling despite proper nutrition and training. If this sounds […]

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Avoiding Anhidrosis: How to Manage Heat Stress in your Horse

As summer rolls on, temperatures are heating up around the country. Envision yourself out riding with a friend on a hot day. After working awhile, her horse has formed a thick foam under the reins, saddle pad, between his hind legs, and is dripping from his belly. Your horse, on the other hand, is mostly […]

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