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

Combat Stiffness

In many cases, you can completely cure the horse of the underlying ailment that causes his stiffness. And even in cases where the horse suffers from a chronic condition such as arthritis, your careful, consistent efforts to battle stiffness can improve his performance and, more important, his quality of life and his pleasure of performing with you.

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Four Tips for Stress-Free Cyber Shopping

What if tack shops were like fast-food restaurants? There’d be one on every corner, a grouping in every shopping mall, and several lining the exits of every major roadway. Plus, they’d all be open into the wee hours, letting you shop at your

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Stall Flooring

You give a lot of thought to your horse’s health and happiness. You groom him until he gleams, swaddle him in boots and blankets, carefully monitor his diet, and expend considerable effort and expense making sure he’s comfortabl

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Is He Really Lame?

You want your horse to be sound and stay sound. But calling the vet out for a thorough workup every time your horse stumbles or acts stiff can get costly, and waste your veterinarian’s valuable time–especially if those problems turn out to be

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Can You Breed for Speed or Stamina?

For centuries, horsemen have tried to breed for speed and endurance and found that the greatest genetic potential can yield disappointment as easily as reward. Consider the indomitable Secretariat, who sired a string of mostly unremarkable

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Adoption Organizations: Charity Begins With Homework

If you’re in the equine industry, you can’t help but know about the many groups that struggle daily to save horses and give them new lives in better homes. You see their ads in local horse magazines, get their pleas for contributions in the mail

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100 Years of Horse Health Care

Standing on the fresh field of a brand new century, we look eagerly-if sometimes cautiously-toward the horizon and the unknown future awaiting us. We hope that, in the months and years to come, we will solve problems long puzzled over and finish

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