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    Bringing Eastern Medicine to Your Barn by THE PLAID HORSE

    BY LAUREN MAULDIN    “No” isn’t a word that stops Kat Chrysostom, owner and designer of Benefab®. It didn’t stop her from beginning riding lessons on her 4th birthday, even though the barn’s official starting age was five, and it […]

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    Equine Suspensory Ligament Injuries

    Injuries to the suspensory ligament are a common occurrence and cause of lameness in athletic horses.  Ligaments attach bones to each other and act as supports. The primary function of the suspensory ligament is to prevent excessive extension of the […]

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    Eventing Spotlight: Shelby Brost

    Shelby Brost is a young, accomplished, Advanced-Level Eventing rider who holds numerous awards that prove her dedication and talent for the sport. One day she aspires to achieve her goals of being a competitive 4* level rider, bringing home a […]

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    Guide to: Horse Communication

    Have you ever wondered what a horse is trying to say to you, or maybe another horse? Horses use their body language and vocalization to communicate with each other and to the people around them. The ability to read and […]

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    Equine Obesity: Treatment and Prevention

    No two horses are exactly alike in shape, size or type. Their breeding, history, and recent general management (i.e. feed schedule, turnout schedule, etc.) all influence their body condition, no matter how easily or not they tend to gain weight. […]

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    Scratches: Treatment and Prevention of the Equine Fungus

    Equine Scratches are also commonly referred to as Mud Fever, Dew Poisoning, Greasy Heal, or Pastern Dermatitis. Scratches on horses can be caused by a variety of skin conditions including viral, bacterial, fungal or parasitic infections. However, it isn’t normally […]

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