Tips for a Fidgety Horse

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The last thing any horse really wants to do is fidget. No, seriously, think about it. If you’ve watched them in the pasture, when they’re not eating, they’re lazing, and if they’re young and full of energy, they’ll play for a bit and go back to eating or lazing. They’d rather be at peace than bothered, and to me, a horse that paws is a horse that’s bothered.

Help your horse get caught

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Here’s how we’d handle a hard-to-catch-horse.

10 Equine Behaviors Every Horse Owner Should Recognize

Even if you don’t use Spalding Fly Predators (we do, and we love them- so if you want additional information please ask us), we can all benefit from their awesome…

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