Barn Buddies Presented By Cosequin: Every Barn Needs A Goat

The Churchill Downs backstretch on Kentucky Derby week is a bustling place, fairly bursting at the seams by Wednesday or Thursday. Exercise riders and security guards navigate seas of visitors who never seem to quite realize they’re on horse paths. Grooms steer bikes through the chaos, sometimes stopping to gape at the scrum outside Bob […]

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Barn Buddies Presented By Cosequin: The Goat Of Many Outfits

Everyone has that one friend who celebrates every holiday with over-the-top enthusiasm, loads of decorations and themed outfits (down to the socks) for each event. Turns out there are animals like that, too. Butterscotch the Nigerian Dwarf goat is very into holidays. Kaymarie Kreidel, former jockey and current outrider at Laurel Park, has costumes for […]

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Doc’s Products, Inc. Presents How To Fix: Stall Weaving

Today, we’re launching a new monthly feature in our Horse Care section dedicated to equine behavior and training challenges. We’ll ask a panel of academic, veterinary, and training experts for their perspective and solution on common issues and present the answers for side-by-side perspective. Weaving is a term used to describe a horse who compulsively […]

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Multispecies Grazing Helps Control Weeds In Pastures

As horses prefer tasty, lush grass to graze on, they can leave lots of vegetation behind in pastures that they feel is second-rate. Farm owners are sometimes at a loss as to how to control these weedy patches of pasture that are¬†left¬†behind. Cattle can be rotated behind pastures horses graze, or can even be grazed […]

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