Archive for the ‘Horse Comfort’ Category


Bonding with your Horse

Friday, July 8th, 2016

Have you ever had an instant bond with a horse? Maybe you’ve had a horse that you’ve had since he was born, so he’s never lost trust in people. Or maybe you have a horse that is very distant and you have to work everyday to get the horse to trust you. Creating a connection […]

Keeping Horses Cool During Hot Weather

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

The summer hasn’t technically started yet but the heat is climbing steadily here in Upstate NY. Always be sure to do everything you can to keep your horse cool and comfortable this summer. Here are a few tips: Provide shade. If your horse is outside in the paddock for the hotter part of the day, […]

Dyna’s Story- Navicular Syndrome

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

I love my job. Mostly because I love horses, and get to look at gorgeous barns, pretty horses, and I get to talk to horse people all day. But talking to someone who loves an animal as much as you do is probably my favorite part about my job. Selling the products that we sell at […]

Stall Rest

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

At some point when owning a horse you may go through a time period where your horse needs to be put on stall rest. Your horse could be put on stall rest after an injury, surgery, or show fatigue. If he is used to getting worked daily or turned out daily, it may be a […]

Deep Sand in Your Horse Arena

Monday, February 1st, 2016

Have ever tried to run on the beach? Not on the wet sand near the water, but in the dry, deeper sand? You have to struggle just to walk through it; running is even harder! Horses struggle just as much through deep sand. Having deep sand in your horse arena can be potentially dangerous for […]