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Jul
5
  • Horse Fly Wars

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     Horse Fly Wars Prepare for battle! Identify the enemy – the common horse fly also known as Tabanidae. Don’t be mesmerized by his dazzling multifaceted eyes. You can win the horse fly wars. Arm your horse and yourself.  Check out my previous post on Ten Tips to Control Horse Flies.     This year the Horse Fly Drapes are doing the job of providing the horses with a cool fly free refuge in the run in shed. If you would like see […]

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Jun
13
  • Horse Country Campground

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    Horse Country Campground   For more information about the Ottawa Horse Country Campground contact Walter Willet at – walter@horsecountrycampground.com, or visit their site by clicking on this link    Horse Country Campground . “[efb_likebox fanpage_url=”https://www.facebook.com/BestHorseProductsReview” fb_appid=”” box_width=”300″ box_height=”” colorscheme=”light” show_faces=”1″ show_header=”1″ show_stream=”0″ show_border=”1″ ]”   [yop_poll id=”3″]

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Jun
8
  • Horse Camping

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    Horse Camping   What? My husband and I took our first camping trip with horses and a group of friends in 2011. We loved it. We traveled in a caravan of horse trailers to Algonquin Park in Ontario.  Why? Want to bond with your horse? Go live with him/her. You will start to speak horse. Camping with horses breaks the language barrier.                  Where? Camping with horses is popular in the US. Camper riders […]

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Mar
5
  • How to Keep Your Water Buckets From Freezing?

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    How to Keep Your Water Buckets from Freezing? There is nothing worse than trying to chip ice out of your horse’s water bucket in the morning before rushing off to work. How do you keep water buckets from freezing? What do you do when you have three horses, two heated buckets, and not enough amperage to keep a third bucket heated? I have the solution – the insulated Wild Angel Bucket Cozy. What is it? It is a total insulated […]

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Feb
20
  • High Visibility Dog Vest

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    High Visibility Dog Vest Can’t see your dog for the trees? Try the high visibility dog vest by Canine Friendly. You will spot your dog instantly. I am so pleased with my latest purchase for my dog Dylan. Dylan weighs 120 lbs. and most vests are too small, or hot for him. His coloring is similar to a coyote’s in most seasons. He needs to be seen easily in the woods and recognized as a beloved pet – not a […]

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Feb
15
  • Winter Horse Keeping Tools

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    Winter Horse Keeping Tools Here are some winter horse keeping tools that will make your life a little easier and more comfortable when it’s blowing and snowing. These items will make chores faster and more efficient. From grain and supplement storage to water and hay transportation in the snow and ice, these tools help the horse owner. These are the products I find useful. Gamma Seal lids [/ezcol_1third_end]  Pelican Cargo Sled This cargo sled is advertised for ice fishing, but […]

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Nov
23
  • Saddle Rain Protector Skirt

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    Saddle Rain Protector Skirt It’s raining it’s pouring and you want to ride. Riding in the rain. A saddle rain cover is slippery and a pain to put on the saddle. Ahh, Do you really want to be weighted down by a long riding rain coat? You can wear a rain jacket, but what about protecting your beautiful leather saddle? What to do?  The Saddle Rain Protector Skirt In my research, I found Discovery Trekking’s Saddle Rain Skirt. This product wraps around your waist […]

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Oct
7
  • Self-Defense for Trail Riders

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    Self-Defense for Trail Riders Everyone loves to ride out on the trail for a few hours of relaxation. We sometimes entertain a false sense of security because we are mounted on a 1500 pound animal. Horses – Prey Animal Mentality We forget that our horse is a prey animal and not our personal defender. Self-defense is not upper most in the riders mind. Without the correct training and awareness we are at risk for an attack by human predators. Most […]

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Sep
30
  • Best High Visibility Horse Products

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    Best High Visibility Horse Products It’s Fall and just when we are ready to ride in the beautiful weather minus flies, the realization that hunting season is just around the corner smacks us up the side of the head. This time of year causes great anxiety for horse owners who keep their horses out 24/7. High visibility products for the horse, rider and your dog are a priority in order to keep safe during the hunting season. As horse owners we need […]

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Sep
10
  • Five Tips for Riding After the Age of 50

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    Five Tips for Riding After the Age of 50 Riding can be a challenge for equestrians over the age of fifty. Here are five tips to keep you in the saddle after the age of 50. Old knee injuries, back problems, and arthritis, can keep us out of the saddle. Just getting on a horse is difficult. Riding after the age of 50 My goal is to continue riding until I am 90. I viewed a video of a woman, […]

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