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Front Leg Extension Stretch To Improved Your Horse’s Range Of Motion

Front Leg Extension Stretch To Improved Your Horse’s Range Of Motion | equine travel | Scoop.it
  Most people are familiar with the classic form of the front leg extension stretch as being performed by standing in front of and facing the horse.  However, this method loses its effectiveness in improving range of motion to the lower portion of...

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Streching your horses legs can help them change their movement!  I know, I have used this before!

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Dog & Horse Fine Art and Portraiture, Charleston, SC

Dog & Horse Fine Art and Portraiture, Charleston, SC | equine travel | Scoop.it
Dog & Horse Fine Art and Portraiture, an art gallery and dealer located in Charleston, SC.

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What You Need To Know About Equine Supplements ~ Horse

What You Need To Know About Equine Supplements ~ Horse | equine travel | Scoop.it
Competitive horse riding disciplines require you to travel a lot and travelling can cause a lot of stress for your horse. Constantly changing environments and presence of new faces can cause a lot of stress for your horse and ...
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'Travelling for sheer unadulterated fun' - Times of Malta

'Travelling for sheer unadulterated fun' - Times of Malta | equine travel | Scoop.it
'Travelling for sheer unadulterated fun'Times of MaltaUse your timesofmalta.com account to login: Email: Password: Create your Account · Need help signing in? ... It suddenly dawned on me that travelling for sheer unadulterated fun was possible.
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Wildfire Races Through Top50 Ranches' Headquarters - EquiSearch

Wildfire Races Through Top50 Ranches' Headquarters - EquiSearch | equine travel | Scoop.it
Wildfire forces the ranch travel company Top50Ranches to shift its work to other office locations. ... Next Issue. April 2012.
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The Florida Cracker Horse

The Florida Cracker Horse | equine travel | Scoop.it
Learn about the Florida Cracker Horse, Florida State's Heritage Horse and an endangered horse breed. Names such as Chickasaw Pony, Seminole Pony...

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Travel Safely With Your Horses | Pipdog

Taking your horse to a show can be stressful and a lot of hassle, especially after spending days polishing tack and grooming. Generally these tasks are relatively straight forward and usually don’t go wrong.
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Lost Shoes, Who’s at Fault? | Equine Hospitality Blog

Lost Shoes, Who’s at Fault? | Equine Hospitality Blog | equine travel | Scoop.it
Equine Travel and Hospitality Directory from Equine Hospitality.

Another great post by Larry Davis, Owner, Davis Hoof Care on lost equine shoes! Thanks for guest blogging !

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How to make sure your pet has a good time on vacation, too - Aledo Times Record (blog)

How to make sure your pet has a good time on vacation, too - Aledo Times Record (blog) | equine travel | Scoop.it
How to make sure your pet has a good time on vacation, tooAledo Times Record (blog)When it comes time to take a vacation, don't forget to invite your family pet along for the ride.
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Spencer-the-horse takes it to the top

Spencer-the-horse takes it to the top | equine travel | Scoop.it

"David Cowley, his eyes as blue as his turquoise cowboy shirt, sits atop a horse outside the Calgary Tower and fields questions from international media about the stunt he’s about to pull.

 

Why, for example, would anyone want to take a powerful quarter horse that measures “sixteen hands high” up the Calgary Tower in a tiny metal elevator?..."


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