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Mythbuster Monday: Riding a Horse in a Tie Down/Standing Martingale Helps Him Balance
It's time for another Mythbuster Monday. This week we tackle standing martingales/tie downs. Do they actually help horses to balance? Read on for more.
Mythbuster Monday: Horses Stretch Their Necks When They Have a Sore Throat
It's time for another Mythbuster Monday! This week we are taking a look at why horses might repeatedly stretch their necks. Some believe it's only if they have a sore throat, but what does the research say? Read on to find out!
Mythbuster Monday: A Human’s Heart Rate Can Influence a Horse’s and Vice Versa
It's time for another Mythbuster Monday. Today's topic: horses and humans can influence each other's heart rates. Read on to find out more!
Mythbuster Monday: Sport Boots Hurt More Than They Help
Sport boots and polo wraps are used across disciplines in both the English and Western worlds. But how helpful are they? Can they hurt more than they can help? Read this week's Mythbuster Monday to find out! #MythbusterMonday #TheMoreYouKnow
Mythbuster Monday: Horses Prefer To Drink Water of a Certain Temperature
It's time for another Mythbuster Monday. This week, we tackle the topic of horses and their drinking water. Do they prefer a particular temperature? Read on to find out. https://www.horsenation.com/2023/10/02/mythbuster-monday-horses-prefer-to-drink-water-of-a-certain-temperature/
Mythbuster Monday: Should Hot Horses Should Be Walked Until Cooled Down?
Mythbuster Monday is when we tackle various subjects related to horses in order to see what's true and what's not. Some are fact, and some are myths. This week, we look into walking a hot horse to cool it down. What's the verdict? And why? Read on to find out.
Mythbuster Monday: Horses Can Eat Grass Clippings
Throughout the summer, it's common to see posts on social media warning horse owners about the dangers of grass clippings. We're here to reinforce that idea with today's Mythbuster Monday. Read on to find out more.
SmartPak Monday Morning Feed: If Horses Were People… at Mealtime
Horses can do some pretty interesting things at mealtime. From throwing their food to pawing to dunking, there's a lot that is eye roll inducing. 🙄 But... what if horses were people... at mealtime? This classic #IHWP from SmartPak explores just that.
Mythbuster Monday: Whorls Tell A Horse’s Personality and Performance Level
Most of us have heard the myths (or are they?) surrounding a horse's whorls. But is there any science behind it? Is a horse with multiple face whorls more likely to be unpredictable? Read more to find out.
Mythbuster Monday: Sweet Vernal Grass Is Dangerous for Horses
'Tis the season... hay season, that is. Everyone is putting up hay for the winter. But it's not that simple. There are a lot of things to consider when getting hay for horses. That's why this week's Mythbuster Monday tackles sweet vernal grass and what it can mean for your horses. Read on for more.
Mythbuster Monday: The Position of a Horse’s Legs on a Statue Tells the Fate of the Rider
On Mythbuster Monday, we tackle a variety of equestrian myths to either bust or confirm. Today’s discussion: Do the position of a horse statue's legs tell the fate of the rider atop?
Mythbuster Monday: Strangles Lives on Surfaces for Months
Strangles. Just the mention of it can send equestrians into a fear-induced and bleach-scrubbing frenzy. And rightfully so. It can be bad. Very bad. However, there are a number of myths surrounding Strangle and how it spreads. Today, we tackle one of those myths.