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What causes saddle slip?

Sue Dyson & Line Greve The tendency for a saddle to persistently slip to one side is a well-recognized problem in sports horses. It can

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Schedule of Fusion

A great article by Dr Deb Bennet: “Owners and trainers need to realize there’s a definite, easy-to-remember schedule of fusion – and then make their

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Muscle Atrophy in Horses

When a muscle of a horse decreases in size, seemingly melting away, it’s known as muscle atrophy. When this occurs, the primary concerns to a

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Thoughts on Dry Spots

By Mike Easton. July 7, 2011 There is a great deal of misunderstanding in the equine world in respect to dry spots and what they

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Built For Horses

Made to Measure Tree Built for Your Horse: To make quality saddles, you have to start with quality trees and build them to fit the

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