Girls Horse Club Blog

Blogs in the 'Horse Advice' Channel

Building a Bond

Published by • May 10th, 2009 • Category: Horse Advice, Junior Blogger Archives

by Sweetie | Everyone wants to enjoy a special bond with their horse or pony, but how do you get it? Follow these tips and be your horse’s best friend…



Beat the Summer Heat

Published by • May 3rd, 2009 • Category: Horse Advice

by Stargazer | For many of us, summer break is just around the corner. Excitement is in the air for rest, vacations, and for us horse people, more time to spend at the barn. But if the summer is hot where you are, you may have to take some safety precautions to make sure you and your horse can have a safe, enjoyable summer…



Be Thankful and Say Sorry

Published by • May 1st, 2009 • Category: by Madelaina, Horse Advice

by Madelaina | Ask yourself this question – even though horses protest occasionally when being asked to do something, do we not find a way to get the job done and continue on with our plans? If your answer is yes, we can move on…



Giving In Isn’t Giving Up

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

by Allison | You have all heard it said at one time in your life, “Show that pony that you are in charge!” or “Change the horse to fit yourself.” Sometimes, a stubborn horse does just need to know that you mean business. Other times, the real problem isn’t quite as it appears…



Runaway Horse!

Published by • Apr 20th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by Blaze’ncowgirl | We had my horse Blaze for just a couple of days when we were able to move her from her temporary enclosure to her more permanent one. My mom had taken Blaze around the fence line to let her know where the boundaries were…



Horse Sense

Published by • Apr 16th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by Eastern Cowgirl | Many people have wondered whether a horse can tell what you’re feeling. I personally believe that horses CAN feel what you’re feeling whenever you’re around them. For example, when you’re nervous around your equine friend he or she acts up…



Gaining Trust in Your Horse

Published by • Apr 12th, 2009 • Category: Horse Advice

by Peanut | Just recently, I started training Gulliver. I had a fun time and gained more trust in him. I want to teach all of you how to do it too…



Fly Masks

Published by • Apr 6th, 2009 • Category: Guest Bloggers, Horse Advice

by Blaze’ncowgirl | Imagine standing out in a field or stall with a million flies buzzing around you. Annoying? Yes! A remedy to keep those annoying flies from off their faces is to get a fly mask…



Re-homing Horses

Published by • Apr 4th, 2009 • Category: Horse Advice, Junior Blogger Archives

by Sweetie | After a horse has been rehabilitated at a rescue centre, if they are healthy enough, they can be re-homed as riding or companion horses. Will you give a horse their second chance in a loving new home?



Weight Watchers

Published by • Mar 21st, 2009 • Category: Horse Advice, Junior Blogger Archives

by Sweetie | Many horse owners don’t realise that their horses are overweight. You may think he is just cuddly, but it could be damaging his health. Here is a quick guide to the body condition of a horse…