Archive for the ‘Horse’ Category

 

Angle Load Horse Float vs Straight Load Horse Float

Sunday, March 15th, 2020
Buying a horse trailer is one of the toughest choices for any horse owner. With all the different options and combinations available, it is no wonder the decision can be pondered upon for many weeks. One of the greatest

Keeping your Horse Hydrated

Monday, December 9th, 2019
Horses need an abundance of water to keep them hydrated, particularly as the days get warmer. Horses regularly consume anywhere between 20-55 litres of water a day. But this will vary depending on the weather, along wi

Mosquito Prevention

Thursday, November 28th, 2019
Not only do they cause an irritating bite, mosquitoes are carriers of a number of diseases for both horses and humans. Prevention is always better than a cure, especially when it comes to things such as diseases and illn

Saddle Fitting

Monday, November 18th, 2019
Correct saddle fitting can make all the difference to both you and your horse when it comes to comfort and safety. An ill-fitting saddle could give your horse sores as well as make you uncomfortable as you ride. Although

Jobs within the Horse Industry

Monday, November 4th, 2019
Whether it is a career associated with riding, horse care and breeding and health care, there are many different occupations you can consider if you love horses. Here are some jobs that are related to the horse industry.

Safety Tips When Floating Your Horse

Monday, October 21st, 2019
Taking your horse to and from places is a part of many owners’ lives. However, it is imperative that you follow proper safety procedures in order for safe travel for both you and your horse. There are a lot of diff

How Does my Horse Sleep?

Tuesday, October 15th, 2019
Give me a big, comfortable bed full of cushions and blankets, a dark room and no noise and I’ll sleep like a baby for eight hours. But we can’t say the same about horses. That’s far from what they want. A horse’s

Transporting Horses

Monday, October 8th, 2018
Long gone are the days where horses would transport people from A to B. Nowadays, it’s more like people transporting horses from A to B. However often and necessary this has become, it hasn’t gotten any easier. Trave