It’s About the Relationship: Managing Your Horse-Time

by Elli Pospischil There are never enough hours in a day, are there?!? Our lives have become so busy that it can be hard to schedule time for ourselves, which oftentimes includes time with our...

A Pitch for Educational Pathways

BY JONATHAN PORTOEUS In 2019, I had the opportunity to participate in the National Finals of the USHJA Emerging  Athletes Program (EAP) as a stable manager. I stepped up to the registration desk with polished...

All About Crackdown

The newest, all natural creation from Equine Elixirs has taken the hoof supplement market by storm In developing the hoof supplement Crackdown, Equine Elixirs’ founder Elizabeth Ehrlich collaborated with top farriers, veterinarians, and trainers to...

Your New Horse Isn’t Insurable. Now What?

By Kara Pinato Scro / Jump Media Imagine you are in the process of finding and purchasing your dream horse. You’ve taken the time to try different horses, maybe you’ve had this horse on trial...

America Cryo: Next Level Equine Therapy

BY TYLER BUI Injury prevention, recovery, and rehabilitation are crucial to the health and performance of show horses. As a professional Grand Prix rider, Florian Moreno found himself looking for the right support to help...

I Joined the Braiding Mafia (and Lived)

BY ALISON KRATISH If you are equine-centric and active on social media, chances are you have seen the funny meme with the graphic image that says “If you see me on the stripper pole, mind...

The Complete Tax Deduction Checklist for Equine Professionals

BY LEGIT LEDGERS, LLC If you run your own equine business, you do not have the time to research every possible tax deduction under the sun. All you can do is trust your tax professional to suggest...

Should You Buy a Used Air Vest?

Catherine Winter, founder of Ride EquiSafe, answers this and other FAQs about this popular piece of safety equipment. As air vests have become more popular, especially among the hunter/jumper set, it stands to reason that...

Ask the Vet: When Is It Too Cold to Ride?

How to consider the weather and your horse’s health, according to a veterinarian By Dr. Heather Beach, DVM For equestrians in the northern states who do not migrate south for the winter season, Daylight Savings in...

8 Things You Can Do to Be a More Eco-friendly Equestrian

BY JULIANNE BLAIR It’s important for everyone, including equestrians, to look at how we affect the environment. In recent years, the eco-friendly movement has begun to pick up traction around the world as people look...

All About Tummy Gummies

Equine Elixirs created the first equine antacid gummies—how can they help your horse? Curious about Tummy Gummies, the first equine antacid created by Equine Elixirs? We’ve got the answers to your questions here.   The Gastric...

All About the Pre-Purchase Exam

Peterson Smith Equine Hospital + Complete Care’s Dr. Tim Lynch demystifies the process. By Catie Staszak To buy or not to buy? When it comes to horse sales, the pre-purchase exam (PPE) is often the determining...

A Step-by-Step Body Clipping Guide for Adult Amateurs

BY LAUREN MAULDIN It's that time of year. When you don't know if you'll go to the barn to find your horse covered in blankets or covered in mud. In Texas, we have the added...

A New Lease on Life for Kissing Spines with Surgical Intervention

BY JENNIFER WOOD/JUMP MEDIA Palm Beach Equine Clinic is one of the foremost equine surgical centers in the world with three board-certified surgeons on staff, including Dr. Weston Davis. As a busy surgeon, Dr. Davis...

15 Super Satisfying Horse Care Videos

Scrubbing mud off your horse or heaven forbid—body clipping—can be a chore. But there's definitely something deeply satisfying about unveiling your beautiful, perfect horse under all that mud and hair. When you can't get...

Sound Advice: Ten Tips to Regulate Your Ring Pace

BY ROBIN GREENWOOD Follow this step-by-step guide to regulate and maintain your ring pace, whether you’re riding in a schooling show or in the Walnut Ring at Pony Finals. 1. Learn and then practice your horse...

How This Pony Bounced Back Thanks to Palm Beach Equine Clinic

BY TORI BILAS/JUMP MEDIA They say “no foot, no horse.” It may be an old adage, but it proves just as true today. Many intricate structures compose the animal’s foundation, and the overall health of...

New Technology from Vitalize® Helps Reduce Heat Stress in Horses

Horses have a natural ability to handle extreme temperatures much more effectively than humans. This is important to remember; however, it is also important to consider the upper and lower limits of their comfort...

To Steam Or Not To Steam?

Young jumping professional goes from skeptical to completely sold on Haygain Hay Steaming.  by Megan McDermott This is a “will they, won’t they” Ross and Rachel type love story, featuring me and my Haygain Hay Steamer. The...

Finding Excellence with Equine Elixirs

Equine Elixirs was founded by a horse owner for horse owners. In 2016, when her horse began showing signs of gastric ulcers, amateur rider Elizabeth Ehrlich could not find a solution on the market...

Going from Shod to Bare: A Hoof Care Pro’s Tips for Success

BY ALICIA HARLOV Many equestrians used to think of pulling shoes as just for a horse's retirement or time off work, but that is no longer the case. More and more owners are interested to...

Alltech: Feeding Horses, Minimizing Environmental Impact

Founded in 1980, Alltech is focused on providing green, sustainable solutions to horse owners’ needs for balanced feeds, supplements, and additives for horses. BY ALLISON ARMSTRONG REHNBORG When was the last time you considered the environmental...