Group Therapy: Why Turnout Time Is Imperative For Equines

While turning a horse out with his friends in a pasture can make some owners anxious, it’s important for a horse’s physical and mental health. There are some management methods that can be used to ensure he is as safe as possible while turned out with a herd. Turnout is beneficial for horses because it […]

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Shocking: Electric Fencing Doesn’t Cause Undue Stress On Equines

Some horse owners may be reluctant to use electric tape or coated wire as a barrier to keep horses contained, fearful that the threat of a shock might cause their horse stress. New research out of Switzerland shows that there really is no need to worry: Horses are not stressed about potentially receiving shocks from an […]

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Iconic Kentucky Horse Park Fences To Be Painted Black

The Kentucky Horse Park will soon be transitioning almost 30 miles of white plank fencing to black fencing. The white fencing has been in place since the iconic facility opened in 1978. The park is making this transition due to the economic and operational realities of maintaining white fencing versus black fencing. “We realize the […]

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