Horses

The Arabian Horse

The Arabian Horse

Breeds, Horses, Horses Rides
A truly special kind of horse walked through the Middle Eastern deserts, occasionally and deservedly resting by the fires that lit the otherwise shadowy night with their masters, who cherished them not just because of their service, but simply for their company. The Arabian Horse would soon after made their presence known, deemed as the most persuasive breed known in the history of man—thriving for a thousand years, treasured by warriors, travelers and horse-enthusiasts for their royalty and poise. Today, these horses have found their way outside of the dangerous deserts of the Middle East, a diversity of strains having been developed through differing geographies and assigned jobs. They can be seen just about anywhere globally, their undying endurance and dexterity as dazzling as ev
How to Treat Laminitis

How to Treat Laminitis

Health, Horses, Horses Rides
Paying close attention to the early signs of laminitis is crucial. What could start of as nothing may incapacitate your horse both suddenly and gradually. With the condition being painful (and if not treated ideally), horses may even require euthanasia. That is why early detection and intervention are vital. In the first part of this piece, we will talk about the symptoms that encapsulate the debilitating illness, furthermore, going into preventive measures and treatment. We will also tackle what you need to do when laminitis calls for an emergency. What to Expect In the early stages of the development of Laminitis, there may be a significant reduction in your horse’s activity. You may also see your horse leaning back to reduce weight from their front hooves. Another thing you might n
Tips for Boarding Your Horse at a Livery

Tips for Boarding Your Horse at a Livery

Horses
A livery can be a Godsend for horse owners who do not have farms or stables of their own. It is important to choose a trustworthy and reputable livery to take care of your horse. You want to leave him or her in good hands and not worry about them being neglected or abused. Once you have found the good livery, you need to keep a few things in mind to ensure that you have a good relationship with the owners and caretakers. Understand the Contract – When you board your horse at a livery, you will have to sign a contract. You should be clear on what the contract says and understand all the requirements and agreements. It is important to stick to your side of the deal and do what you agreed to. Then the livery will also deliver on their side. Deal with Issues – If you feel that someth