Archive for the ‘Lameness’ Category


Daily Hoof Care

Friday, September 2nd, 2016

“No hoof, no horse!” We seem to hear that phrase a lot in the horse world. Taking care of your horse’s hooves are essential for your horse’s livelihood. Daily hoof care benefits more than your horse’s hooves; it can give you early clues to potential problems and so that you can address the issues. Daily […]

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 […]

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 […]

Add SuperStall Mattresses to Your Dream Barn

Monday, June 29th, 2015

Everyone loves to plan their dream barn. Like what the doors will look like, if it will have a cupola, or what stall doors they want installed. Doing a lot of research before going straight to building this dream barn is always ideal too. So of course I get lots of emails about horse stalls. One […]

Is Slippery Footing Causing Damage To Your Horse?

Monday, June 15th, 2015

A five-day rain stretch has finally come to a close and you decide it’s the perfect time to take your horse outside to train and get some fresh air. Although the ground is a little soggy and wet you’re sure he’ll be okay. After you start to lunge him you notice that he’s already sliding […]