Author Archives: Rebecca

Taking Your Horses Vital Signs

All horse owners should be able to take their horses vital signs in case of a emergency. These are great to know when we know there is something that just isn’t right with our horse. We all know our own … Continue reading

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“Sizing Up Cinches”

Hey everyone, I found a great article in the May issue of the Equus magazine. I read it and thought it I would share it with all my horse followers. It discusses how to make sure your cinch/girth is not … Continue reading

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Oh, all us cowgirls can relate to this!

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Bringing The Wild Wyoming Mustang Home

So many people want to know what it was like when I brought home my mustang, so I figured it would be cool to post my equine journey on here so you all can experience what we went through together. … Continue reading

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Learn About Our Blogger!

Hey everyone! I thought all of you might like to know a little about the girl who keeps our blog up to date. 🙂 My name is Rebecca. I am a 24 year old girl from Medina, Ohio.  I am … Continue reading

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Does an Audience Have an Effect on Stress Levels?

Most of us have been in the show ring before, and if you haven’t you have seen the show jumpers or watched the Kentucky Derby. They all involve a large audience watching both horse and rider. We all know we … Continue reading

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Decoding Blanket Terminology

You are shopping for a nice new blanket for your favorite four legged friend when you come across several different types. What is the difference between these blankets that all look the same? Equine terminology can be tough to understand, … Continue reading

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