Midwest Rescue Horse Trainers Challenge Recap

                    The challenge finale took place on Saturday, September 22nd at

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100 Questions To Ask When Trying A Horse

By Triple Crown Insider: Erin Long                   Professor Sid is here with

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Buying a Horse

By Triple Crown Intern Rachel Voelker Searching and finding the right horse can be a difficult task. Here are a

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Feeding the Broodmare

By Triple Crown Intern Rachel Voelker During the gestation of the foal During the first 7-8 months, the mare can

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Equine Color Genetics Part 2

By Triple Crown Nutrition Intern Rachel Voelker This blog is a continuation of The Basics of Equine Color Genetics. If

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The Basics of Equine Color Genetics

By Triple Crown Intern Rachel Voelker Equine color genetics can be tricky to understand, but here are some basics that

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Copper Ridge Gaited Horses

Photo credit to Barbara O’Brien by Triple Crown Intern Rachel Voelker Copper Ridge is a gaited horse farm located in

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A Different Approach to Deworming

Photo Credit to Barbara O’Brien By Triple Crown Intern- Rachel Voelker Instead of deworming your horse every 12 weeks and

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Keeping Your Horse Calm On The Road

                By Triple Crown Insider- Erin Long Traveling with horses can be a

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Triple Crown Excellence Award Presented to Haylie Rolfe and Queen Celeste During Week 5 of Winter Equestrian Festival

For Immediate Release: Contact: Kelly Payne , Triple Crown Nutrition kpayne@triplecrownfeed.com , (800) 451-9916            

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We Are Disengaged!

By: Triple Crown Insider- Amanda Russel No matter your discipline, teaching your horse to disengage their hindquarters can benefit your

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Confidence At Higher Speeds

By: Triple Crown Insider- Erin Long I got a request for this post, so let’s do it! Riding at a

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Is My Hay Green Enough For My Horse?

By: Sally Flis, Ph.D., CCA -Feed and Crop Support Specialist of Equi-analytical/Dairy One Laboratories   Chemical analysis of your horse

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Preparing for Winter- Is Your Horse Ready?

By: Jessica Drexler As we head through fall, it’s time to plan for the changing nutritional needs of your horse.

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Problem or Opportunity? Setback or Comeback?

By: Kaylee Van Winkle Heading into the United States Pony Club Eventing Championships, my horse and I felt prepared, excited,

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Growing Good Feet Through Nutrition

Printable PDF By: Dr. Bill Vandergrift, EquiVision, Inc.             There’s no such thing as a

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Riding: When Less is More!

  By: Triple Crown Insider- Sammi Majors Almost 15 years ago, I was eventing my Connemara pony, Erin. She was

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Buying a Horse For Your Child

By: Triple Crown Insider- Chelsea McEvoy Remember the day you bought or received your first horse? I was fortunate that

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Hoof Abscesses 101

By: Triple Crown Insider- Hannah Young During the summer of 2016, many horse owners battled numerous things: the heat, the

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Foal Nutrition 101

By: Triple Crown Insider- Danielle LaMarre Feed Your Mare Right A foal’s nutrition doesn’t start once it’s born—it starts before

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Thermoregulation in Horses

By: Triple Crown Insider- Sammi Majors Thermoregulation is simply the ability of the body to maintain or return to its

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Bringing Up Baby- Proper Handling of Foals

By: Triple Crown Insider- Sammi Majors Who doesn’t love an adorable foal frolicking around the pasture? We all love to

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Horse Safety Tips During Hot Weather

    By Triple Crown Intern- Angie Smith With summer here and temperatures rising across the U.S., it is important to

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Understanding Starch and Sugar Measurements on Your Hay Analysis.

By: Sally Flis, Ph.D., CCA ‰-Feed and Crop Support Specialist ‰of Equi-analytical/Dairy One Laboratories   You have your forage test

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Hay Analysis Results: Protein and Digestibility Terms to Understand!

By: Sally Flis, Ph.D., CCA –Feed and Crop Support Specialist ‰of Equi-analytical/Dairy One Laboratories You have your forage test results back,

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As Fed or Dry Matter: Understand Which to Read on Your Hay Analysis.

By: Paul Sirois, MS, PAS – Manager – Equi-analytical/Dairy One Laboratories You’ve heard that having your hay or pasture analyzed

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Feeding and Management of the Overweight and Insulin Resistant Equine

Obesity – the epidemic is rising in the equine population similar to what is happening with our human population.  Higher

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Horse Pasture Management: Managing Horses on Summer Pastures.

By: Dr. Amy M Gill With summer in full swing and temperatures rising, managing your pasture in the summer can

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