Trail riding can be a wonderful experience for both you and your horse. You both can spend time together while exploring new places. Before you saddle up and head out, however, make sure you have the proper safety gear and equipment with you to keep you and your horse safe.
Whether your horse is on stall rest or it's because the weather cools down, it may mean that your horse has to spend more time in their stall. Preparing your horse's stall to be clean, comfortable, and enriching will ensure your horse can be healthy and happy even while stabled for prolonged periods of time.
Emotional Support Animals can help reduce stress and improve our overall moods. Many people might think that these animals are limited to only being cats and dogs, but an Emotional Support Animal can be any animal from bunnies, to lizards, and even horses!
If you've just purchased a Jolly Mega Ball™, then you might be wondering how to inflate it or how to check to be sure it has been inflated enough. In this quick guide, we're sharing just how easy it is to inflate your Jolly Mega Ball™ to the right size.
October is Pet Wellness month which means now is an excellent time to take note of any changes with your pet, schedule vet appointments, and make sure they're receiving a balanced diet and plenty of exercise. Paying close attention to your pets needs helps ensure they live a long, happy, and healthy life!
Are you an adventure seeker looking for new places to explore with your horse? There are many horse-friendly natural trails that you can explore all across the United States. Here are a few of the top riding destinations if you're looking for a new trail to explore.
Equine therapy provides a unique approach to traditional therapy methods which can benefit people with a variety of social and mental health issues. Not only does it allow you to bond with horses, but it can be overall beneficial to your every day life.
At Horsemen's Pride, we know how important it is to build the bond between horse and rider. Sometimes knowing how to start can be confusing or you may just be looking for new ways to grow your relationship together. Bonding with your horse can look different from person to person and horse to horse, so experiment with several ways and see what fits best for both of you!
Just like cats and dogs, horses love to be given treats every once in awhile. Treats can help your horse gain extra vitamins and provide enrichment. There are, however, many foods and plants to avoid giving your horse altogether. We're exploring safe and unsafe treats to give or avoid giving to your horse.
Keeping your horse clean and brushed is important for them to stay happy and healthy. These simple tips and tricks will help your horse stay clean and feeling good as they transition from colder to warmer months.
Are you planning to switch barns soon or just bought a new property with a new barn? Moving your horse to a new place can be stressful and even a little scary, but getting a plan in together and following these easy tips will help ensure a smooth transition for both you and your horse.
Guest blogger Caitlin of sparklesandsunshineblog.com shares how to use 3 different Horsemen's Pride enrichment toys with horses at her barn. Plus, she discusses which toys would be better suited for different types of horses!
Spring is just around the corner, which means it's time to brush off the snow and prepare for shedding winter coats, bugs, and new plants! To help you get your horse ready for the spring and sunshine, we've put together a few helpful tips.
There are many types of stall bedding out there, but which one is right for you and your horse? Find out the pros and cons of stall bedding used by other horse owners and what things to consider before choosing one for your stable.
Weaving, cribbing, biting...These are just a few signs that your horse may be bored. If your horse continuously does the same things day in and day out, they are likely to develop destructive habits and will be overall unhappy.
Introducing boredom busters like toys and other animal companions can help and here's how!
Horses are social animals, and they crave companionship with other horses or people. You can help your horse by giving him a secure place to live where he can feel safe and at home. In addition, grooming them regularly will keep them healthy and happy--and don't forget that they need plenty of pasture time!