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Stable Relationships Key To Happy Horse Herds

Horses are social animals that do best in environments that offer them opportunities to interact with other horses. However, it’s important that the group of horses that are turned out together have minimal aggression to allow them to bond with one another. University of Iceland researchers Hrefna Sigurjónsdóttir and Hans Haraldsson studied 426 Icelandic horses […]

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Get Grooming: Vigorous Brushing Has Physiotherapeutic Benefits for Humans And Horses

A new grooming technique from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine is physiotherapeutic for both the one doing the grooming and the horse being groomed. This technique is beneficial for any horse—those in full work, on stall rest or rehabilitating from an injury. You will need: 2 rubber curry combs Soft dandy brush […]

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