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Is Icing Still a Valid Treatment for Injuries?
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EyeOn® Far Infrared Compression and Support, Breathable,
four way stretch Leg Wraps
by Douglas Spatz, President, EyeOn Equine Care
http://www.infohorse.com/horse_injury_icing.asp
Horse Injury Icing
Horse Injury Icing
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How Do I Know If My Horse Has an Ulcer?
Ulcers are serious -- leading to poor appetite, dullness, attitude changes, decreased performance, poor body condition, rough hair coat, poor hoof growth, weight loss and colic.
By Dr. Richard Shakalis (Senior Research Scientist SBS Equine)
http://www.infohorse.com/horse_ulcers.asp
Horse Ulcers
Horse Ulcers
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What Is Causing My Horse To Be Lame?

The benefits that have come from thermal cameras are outstanding.
By: Link Casey
Son & Owner, Casey & Son Horseshoeing School
BWFA President Certified Master Farrier, Master Educator
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Nutrition Tips for Stallions and Broodmares
Nutrition Tips for Horses
All horses need the proper balance of vitamins and minerals, but for breeding stock, nutrition is a critical component to producing strong and healthy foals.
Article written by Karen Elizabeth Baril for Ramm Horse Fencing and Stalls
http://www.infohorse.com/nutrition_tips_for_stallions_and_broodmares.asp
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How to Pick the Right Horse

Choosing the right horse for you is a process, but you shouldn’t make yourself feel pressured or hurried.
Article from Evon Montgomery Creator of THE HORSES 1, 2, 3 SYSTEM
http://www.infohorse.com/how_to_pick_the_right_horse.asp
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We love the seasons, but as horse owners, winter weather makes horse-keeping challenging. Article by Karen Elizabeth Baril for Ramm Fencing and Stalls
http://www.infohorse.com/5-tips_to_tame_winter_horse_chores.asp
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Tips For Avoiding Heat Stress In Horses
Cooling off your horse.

Heat stress within a horse can result in a wide variety of outcomes, from poor performance to death. The rapid progression from the first stage of dehydration to the final stages of extreme heat stroke can take owners by surprise. Learning to recognize the signs of heat stress is the first step to protecting your equine partner.
Article from Best Ever Custom Saddle Pads
http://www.infohorse.com/tips_for_avoiding_heat_stress_in_horses_.asp
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Horse Fencing That is Safe, Strong, and Smart
Flex Fence by Ramm Horse Fencing and Stalls

by Karen Elizabeth Baril for Ramm Horse Fencing and Stalls
Safe, strong, and smart. We’re not talking about your horse, though he’s strong and smart, too.
We’re talking about your horse’s fencing.


http://www.infohorse.com/horse_fencing_that_is_safe-_strong-_and_smart.asp
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Are You And Your Horse Prepared?
Here are a few things to keep in mind when preparing your mount for a successful ride. With Richard Winters
http://www.infohorse.com/preparation_before_riding_horses.asp
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How to Learn Equine Massage Therapy
How to become a Massage Therapist for Horses..

Technique combined with compassionate intention of touching fills the therapist's toolbox with all the needed skills to be an effective equine massage therapist.
Article from Prairie Winds Art of Equine Massage
http://www.infohorse.com/how_to_learn_equine_massage_therapy.asp
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