Sushil Dulai Wenholz

Sushil Dulai Wenholz is a freelance writer based in Colorado. She's written for a number of leading equine publications, and she has earned awards from the American Horse Publications and the Western Fairs Association.

Articles by: Sushil Dulai Wenholz

Tying Horses 101

Tying Horses 101

If your horse doesn’t have tying mastered, you can help him learn with a few smart schooling strategies.

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Understanding the Prepurchase Exam

Understanding what to expect from the exam and getting an upfront idea of what tests you might be willing to spring for—and under what circumstances—will prepare you for the veterinarian’s visit and help you make the right choices for your needs, your pocketbook, and your dreams.

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Chill Out on Hoof Care Concerns

Whether winter means a well-deserved break for your horse or the start of the “snowbird circuit,” your horse’s hooves might need some special “seasonal” attention. Exactly what adjustments you’ll want to make depends on the type of winter weather

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Safe Paths, Safe Plants

Some elements of an equestrian facility shouldn’t be taken for granted–solid fencing, sturdy shelter, and good arena footing among them. Then there are areas that sometimes get less attention than they deserve. Pathways around the farm often

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Retrofit Your Rig

Of the many things you ask your horse to do, few are as totally unnatural and potentially hazardous to his health as asking him to climb into a metal box and trundle down the road for hours on end. To make the trailering experience as low-stress

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Make a Lasting Imprint

It’s been 14 years since the concept of foal imprinting hit the equestrian world’s collective consciousness. Since then, the notion has been marketed, written about, practiced, modified, and even studied in scientific research. In short, it’s

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Blanketing Q&A

Crisp fall air signals a perennial dilemma for many horse owners: To blanket or not to blanket? And if you opt for the added cover-up, which blanket is best? Our five-point Q&A will help you make those decisions and more, so you can see your horse th

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High-Octane Diets

It probably comes as no surprise that a horse taking on the rigors of a 100-mile endurance race or a three-day event might need a different diet from one that ambles the trails around home or carries a child through the occasional weekend show. The

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Prosthetics: Science, Not Science Fiction

There is a roadside pasture in Pullman, Wash., where a black Quarter Horse stallion has been known to stop traffic. It’s not simply the pastoral beauty of a handsome horse in a natural setting that draws attention. Rather, it’s that this

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