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    ArticleHow To - Health24-03-2010
    Equine shin splints can be a problem that causes plenty of pain to the animal and also plenty of stress to you, the horse’s owner. You horse can be performing perfectly in training and outside of the paddock. However, if this crippling problem suddenly flares up - which it can do - then the pain can be debilitating for your horse.    Horse shin splints need to be treated...

    ArticleHow To - Health20-01-2010
    The skin inside horse ears is one of the most sensitive parts of the horse’s body, even more so than the nose and the inside of the mouth. Horse skin is generally quite tough and has a protective coat but the ears lack this and consequently are a prime place for the horse to develop skin problems. Some of these horse skin problems can be caused by viruses, cancer or sometimes insects. They c...

    Arabians are fantastic horses; they are extremely sensitive to all of your movements. Arabians are extremely agile and strong and have unmatchable endurance. Horse riding with an Arabian horse is very exciting and you will love every second when you know how to make the most of it. Saddles Make sure that the saddle fits correctly. The back of an Arabian horse is usually short...

          How to know when it is time To Affiliate – Are you ready to take the next step? Caldene-sponsored columnist Ellen Whitaker provides readers with advice on moving in to affiliated showjumping.  Read on to find out more..... Affiliated show jumping is a great way to help further your ability and competition experie...

    ArticleHow to - Careers01-05-2009
    Looking for a new job and struggling to update or write a new CV?   Here the team at www.equine-careers.co.uk offer five top tips to help you get writing and get noticed ahead of the competition.   1 – Tailoring your CV Make sure your CV is tailored to the job you are applying for.  There is no point writing about your office skills if you are applying f...

    ArticleHow to - Care28-05-2008
    Sweet Itch is the common name for Summer Seasonal Recurrent Dermatitis and is an allergic reaction to the saliva of biting midges, sand flies and a type of black fly.   It is a problem that affects thousands of horses, ponies and donkeys throughout the world and is not discerning of breed or size although more typically it is a condition that affects adults. ...

    Keeping a horse or pony is a very expensive venture, irrespective of whether you buy or loan. The initial cost of purchase will vary greatly, but the cost of keeping the horse or pony will require a continual financial commitment. The commitment is not only financial but time consuming. Horses and ponies require a lot of care and attention on a daily basis, on those dark, cold winter mornings and ...

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