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Published by • Feb 23rd, 2015 • Category: Horse Advice, Non-Fiction

by Rey | Have you ever found yourself waiting for the one? That one horse you win tons of blue ribbons with, or maybe you teach tons of tricks, or maybe just a horse that you can relax and have fun with?

Be Wary for Winter

Published by • Nov 23rd, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by DianaLUV♥ | Everybody loves winter, even if they only love one thing! Whether it’s warming your toes by the fire after mucking out stalls, drinking a steaming mug of hot chocolate after a freezing ride on your horse or pony, saddling your horse or pony up for a wondrous winter ride, or the smidgen of hope that Santa Claus will leave a very special present under the tree…

Does That Taste Good?

Published by • Nov 22nd, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by Toppyrocks | Ever wondered why horses don’t go around eating poisonous plants all the time? That’s because they have a different sense of taste than humans. The food that’s good for them usually tastes good to them, while the bad stuff usually tastes nasty…

Timetable Terrors

Published by • Nov 12th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by DianaLUV♥ | If you own/rent a horse and you have a super busy timetable, you can find it hard to squeeze things in. I am lucky enough to have parents who will give up time on Saturday mornings to bring me to my riding lesson, where I attempt to fill my desire of horses for the week ahead. If you have long school hours and extra activities (besides horse riding), then you may want to take a look at how to fit in an hour and a half or more for spending time with that special animal…

Feeding Your Horse

Published by • Oct 29th, 2009 • Category: Horse Advice

by Allison | Feeding is probably the least thought-about aspect of horse ownership. Sure, everyone knows it’s important to feed your horses. But the right amount and type of feed can be more elusive for many horse owners. Here are some steps you can follow to get on the right track…

Face the Composer, Not the Music!

Published by • Oct 9th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice, Riding Advice

by DianaLUV♥ | Is your fave horse always spooking at all the cars every time you go out on the roads? Is he always refusing at the same fence every time you ride at it? Is he always running away with you whenever you sit in the saddle? Is he always playing around and ignoring your aids? Well think of it this way, maybe it’s you and not the horse…

Beat the Heat

Published by • Jul 13th, 2009 • Category: Horse Advice

by Peanut | It’s 30 degrees Celcius outside — too hot to walk, to ride, or to move. Well, get on up off that hay bale because I have created a guide to have some fun in the sun, and beat the heat…

Don’t Judge a Horse by Its Coat

Published by • May 22nd, 2009 • Category: Horse Advice, Junior Blogger Archives

by mustangmane | I remember when I first started to ride. Whenever I got a gray or “not-so-pretty” horse, I would always think, “Why do I ALWAYS get the gray one?” or “WOW, that horse needs some cleaning up.” But now, I think back and feel guilty…

Prevent Accidents Before They Happen

Published by • May 21st, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by Horsey at Heart | Being around horses is the best pastime in the world, as many of you know. But even though horses are the gentlest animals in the world, they can still be unpredictable at times. These are a few of the accidents that can happen. Keep yourself and your horse safe by taking some of these precautions…

The Perfect Horse For Me

Published by • May 14th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by Eastern Cowgirl | Some girls here at GHC are looking for the perfect horse. Well, that horse is out there. Sometimes, they’re just a little hard to find. Here are some questions you need to ask yourself before buying your special horse…