Tag Archives: paddock

Punctures

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STEVE: A puncture is obviously a penetrating wound that can go into any part of the muscle, body, and/or hoof. The bigger problem you have with punctures in the horse is the fact that they have a fair amount of … Continue reading

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Check Environment

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STEVE: The environment is paramount to where you put or house your horse or where they’re kept routinely. What I normally do when I put my horse in a stall is I go in and inspect the stall, completely. I … Continue reading

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Lunge

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ALEX: The benefits to lunging a horse is they’re going to get probably get more activity than if they were turned out. A lot of horses will get turned out onto paddock and eat grass and hang out for a … Continue reading

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Housing (Barn/Stalls/Pasture, Feed, Supplies, Bedding)

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ALEX: As far as finding the right housing for your horse, it really depends on what you want to do with your horse. Horses are cold-natured animals, so they take to the elements pretty good as far as the cold, … Continue reading

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