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What Can/Cannot Horses Eat?  Here's the answer for you!  #equestrian #horseriding #equestriantips #horsecare #horselove

What Can/Cannot Horses Eat? Here's the answer for you! #equestrian #horseriding #equestriantips #horsecare #horselove

With the proper care and attention, a horse can make a wonderful companion for many years. What is the lifespan of a horse? In this article we compare horses age vs human age and also look at various life stages.

With the proper care and attention, a horse can make a wonderful companion for many years. What is the lifespan of a horse? Have a look at horse age vs human age in this article.

7 Wonderful and Fun Facts About Horses | HubPages

Horses as such amazing creatures and they have been living around people for thousands of years. It would be fun to know some of the fun facts about them. Read on.

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Fun, Friendly, Family orientated farm, professional yet fun lessons, camp. Boarding opportunities.

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I made a Color Guide for clients and I thought Id share it here. Just my personal opinion of what colors I think work for different colored horses. You may agree or you may not 💁

Make money with these seven side hustles for horse lovers. I've done them all! #horses #horsebackriding #sidehustle

Make money with these seven side hustles for horse lovers. I've done them all! #horses #horsebackriding #sidehustle

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A common mistake made by beginning riders is that the range of the trot is slow to fast, when the scale actually goes small to large.This is why most first and some second level tests we see usually have horses running rather than lengthening. It is not about the speed of the gait but the size of it.

A common mistake made by beginning riders is that the range of the trot is slow to fast, when the scale actually goes small to large.This is why most first and some second level tests we see usually...

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