Horse Sense (and Sensibility)

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Making the Best of Stall Rest

Twenty-eight days have passed since my retired Thoroughbred racehorse, Happy, fractured a medial sesamoid bone in his pasture, and I hope I’m not speaking too

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On Springtime Setbacks

As a horse owner living in Central Kentucky, I recognize I am fortunate. It’s a 7-mile drive to the Kentucky Horse Park from my house

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Two Very Different Racehorses

One was an attractive roan Thoroughbred gelding with 12 race starts as a 3-year-old. He never placed higher than fourth. The lanky gelding won a

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For Want of an Curbed Appetite

Grazing muzzles can allow overweight horses and ponies access to pasture while preventing them from eating too much lush grass. Photo: Photos.com If you’ve owned

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A Happy Year

A wise friend once told me that you don’t really know how a relationship will look until a full calendar year passes. The idea is

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