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Heavy Snow Causes Problems for Horse Owners

After experiencing her area’s worst snowstorm since 1968, Beth Sandland of Sandy, Ore., was unable to visit her boarded horses for three weeks.

However, other horse owners have had to deal with a more serious side effect of winter weather:

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Arena Dust and Human Health

Respiratory health in horses is often a concern, and we work tirelessly to control dust in our horses’ working and living environments. Ironically, we give little regard to our own respiratory health in and around the barn. It has long been know

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Housing Your Horse

In the back of your mind somewhere there lurks a Dream Barn. Go on, admit it. You’ve planned it down to the last luxurious detail–from the Olympic-sized riding arena (with the climate-impervious perfect footing) right down to the automatic fly

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Footing and Horse Performance

The type of footing on which a horse performs strongly influences whether the animal has a long and productive career, or whether it has that career cut short because of unsoundness or injury. Footing also influences how well the horse performs.

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