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Dear Horsemart member,

Happy New Year!

To cheer you up through these cold Winter months we have a great competition running!

Enter our Winter Wonders competition and you could be in with winning yourself BRAND NEW IPAD!

For your chance of winning this prize, just go to our contests page and upload a wintry photo of your horse!

Have you got lots of old TACK hanging around? Have a clearout and make some money to spend in the sales by selling any unused equipment on Horsemart!
As the floods worsen in Queensland, Australia this week horses and ponies have been left to fend for themselves in raging waters.    While some horses and ponies may not be able to withstand the conditions, the video below shows men risking their lives to help out a horse that was clearly struggling in the strong currents.    Among the footage showing the devastation ...
A starving horse was found in a Buckinghamshire lane with its neck broken and tied by its back legs to a gate.
The skewbald filly horse was found at about 8pm by a motorist passing by on Mumfords Lane, Chalfont St. Peter on 5th January. 
The RSPCA and Thames Valley Police were called and the road was closed.
A vet was also called, but the horse's injuries ...
Everyone needs their horse in winter to be as healthy and comfortable as possible so that he can be mentally and physically prepared for the new season. There is a certain amount of horse care that you will need to administer in order to ensure that your horse in winter is happy.
• If it is particularly cold, ensure that every morning you break away an ice that has formed in the water bucket. Horses can become dehydrated without this being done and this could lead to serious complications. It has been known for horses to scratch themselves as they try to break through the ice ...
Taking care of pregnant mares is not actually that dissimilar to looking after ones that are not expecting. However, for the best horse health opportunities for both foal and mare, there are a few things you will need to bear in mind.
• First, make sure that pregnant mares continue to get regular exercise. You can safely ride the mare until her ninth month of pregnancy. This active lifestyle will be great for the foal and mare in the future. 
• By the third trimester you should add mineral supplements to the diet of pregnant mares. This is not essential ...
Stallions have a reputation for being hard to look after and bad-tempered. However, this cannot be blamed on stallion horses as this sort of behaviour usually results from human interference. Often, a lack of socialisation in horses and ponies is to blame for such comportment. 
  • It is vital that your stallion horses have company so they are kept occupied. If a stallion is isolated, the bad behaviour can become out of control. Goats or donkeys are ideal for keeping loneliness in stallions at bay.
• This socialisation should begin as early as ...

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