Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge Teams-2

By: Triple Crown Intern – Alex Porter Meet Your Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge Teams!    Team Serenity (Rennie) Paired with

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Probiotics Are Important All The Time, Not Just When There’s A Problem

How Probiotics Help The Gut You’ve probably heard lots of buzz about whether to feed your horse probiotics as part

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Why Are Trace Minerals Important in Equine Feed?

When looking for the best horse feed, one important thing to look for is the inclusion of minerals that are

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2nd Annual Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge-3

By: Triple Crown Intern – Alex Porter Meet The Horses In The Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge From The Hooved

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2nd Annual Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge-2

By: Triple Crown Intern – Alex Porter Meet The Rescue Horses From The Animal Rescue League Of Iowa!    Charlie

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2nd Annual Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge-1

By: Triple Crown Intern – Alex Porter Meet The Horses From The Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation!    Elsie Doll Elsie

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Condition Your Horse By Hitting The Trails This Summer

By: Triple Crown Intern – Alex Porter Need to keep your horse conditioned during show season, but want to see

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A Gut Check for You and Your Horse

By: Cody Swan, Equine Division Manager, Kemin Animal Nutrition and Health Is your horse acting off lately? He may be

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Midwest Rescue 2nd Annual Horse Trainer’s Challenge

Triple Crown Nutrition is proud to sponsor the 2nd Annual Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge The Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s

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Feeding the HYPP Horse

                  Hyperkalemic Periodic Paralysis (HYPP) is an inherited genetic defect that affects

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Does Your Horse Have Leaky Gut Syndrome?

            How to tell if your horse has gastric discomfort and what you can do

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How to Evaluate a Probiotic

                You’ve probably heard a lot about probiotics and the benefits they provide

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Caring for Overweight and Insulin Resistant Horses

              Obesity is an epidemic in the equine population. In a recent study by

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Colonic and Gastric Ulcers in Horses: Treatment and Prevention

                              Triple Crown Nutrition consultants often

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The Horse With No Name

              By: Triple Crown Insider- Tori Ramirez The Day We Met In the spring

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Feeding Horses: Proper Foal Nutrition

                  The nutritional requirements and management of growing horses has probably been

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What All Horse Owners Should Know About Beet Pulp

              There’s a large number of misrepresented topics online and beet pulp is surely

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Alfa-Lox Forage Update

Why Does My Alfa-Lox Forage Smell Like Peppermint?                        

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Managing Immune Response

  By: Eric Haydt- Triple Crown Feed Recently there has been more discussion about incorporating prebiotics and probiotics into horse

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Is Your Broodmare Nutritionally Ready to Foal?

Foaling Time Is Exciting, But Also A Time To Rethink Your Mare’s Nutrition   By: Triple Crown Insider- Terra Mitzel

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Is Horse Nutrition Important to You?

            By: Eric Haydt, Triple Crown Feed I ask this question because I often say,

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Triple Crown® Nutrition Excellence Award- Adam Steffens

For Immediate Release Contact: Kelly Payne kpayne@triplecrownfeed.com (800) 451-9916 www.triplecrownfeed.com   Adam Steffens & Zicomo De Grand Win the Intermediare

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Ulcers… Why I feed Triple Crown Senior!

By: Triple Crown Insider- Amanda Russell Effects of Stress Triple Crown Senior is great for horses that are hard keepers, and

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100 Questions To Ask When Buying or Adopting A Horse

By Triple Crown Insider: Erin Long                   Professor Sid With 100 Questions

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Feeding the Broodmare

By Triple Crown Intern Rachel Voelker Providing the correct nutrition for your mare and foal can be considered a preventative

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Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge

Triple Crown Nutrition is proud to sponsor the 1st Annual Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s Challenge The Midwest Rescue Horse Trainer’s

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A Different Approach to Deworming

Photo Credit to Barbara O’Brien By Triple Crown Intern- Rachel Voelker The Benefits of Fecal Testing Instead of deworming your

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Keeping Your Horse Calm On The Road

                By Triple Crown Insider- Erin Long Trailering Your Horse Doesn’t Need To

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Tango’s Story

  We at Triple Crown love the transformation stories shared from our followers! Check out what Ron Syrko has shared

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Jennifer Hannan and Mindful Finish the Winter Equestrian Festival with Derby Success and the Triple Crown® Excellence Award

For Immediate Release: Contact: Kelly Payne kpayne@triplecrownfeed.com 800-451-9916 www.triplecrownfeed.com Jennifer Hannan and Mindful Finish the Winter Equestrian Festival with Derby

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The Wonderful World of Whorls

By: Triple Crown Insider- Amanda Russell Have you ever wondered why your horse acts the way he does? Besides what

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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 hay

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The Truth behind Bran Mash’s Use as an Equine Digestive Tract Stabilizer

  Using bran mash as a weekly ‘cleanser’ is a common practice among horse owners and stables. It is believed

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Triple Crown Excellence Award Presented to Rider of the Little Horse That Could at 2017 IALHA Nationals

For Immediate Release: Contact: Kelly Payne Triple Crown Nutrition (800) 451-9916 kpayne@triplecrownfeed.com   Small But Mighty: Triple Crown Excellence Award

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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,

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 $5000 Jumper Derby Winner at Summer in the Rockies  Scores Triple Crown® Excellence Award  

    As Triple Crown® Nutrition scouted the arenas at The Colorado Horse Park for the most deserving candidate for

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Help Your Foal Grow Strong, Healthy and Happy

If you have never been around a foal, their growth in the first year is dramatic. Within the first year,

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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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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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Easy Estimates for Forage Requirements

By: Triple Crown Insider- Kaylee Van Winkle Aside from water, forage is the most important nutritional component of a horse’s

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What To Look For When Purchasing An OTTB

  (Danielle riding her OTTB- Royal Letters)  By: Triple Crown Insider- Danielle LaMarre So, you’re interested in buying an Off-the-Track

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Understanding Carbohydrates In Your Horse’s Diet

By: Triple Crown Insider- Kaylee Van Winkle Carbohydrates, We All Hear About Them And Have A Basic Idea Of What

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What Happens At A Friesian Inspection?

  By: Triple Crown Insider- Sammi Majors In my last blog, I discussed the various predicates for Friesians. To follow

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A Glimpse into My Life in the Netherlands

                By: Triple Crown Insider- Sammi Majors I have the great opportunity to

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Mastering the Basics Can Help Improve Your Barrel Time!

                  By: Triple Crown Insider- Amanda Russell Have you ever placed second

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Understanding Your Horse’s Behaviors

By: Triple Crown Insider- Laura Kurth                   Making Sense Of Your Horse’s

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Hoof Abscesses 101

By: Triple Crown Insider- Hannah Young An abscess is a centralized, blocked off infection in the hoof, causing inflammation and

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Upward Fixation of the Patella- Part 2

  Upward Fixation of the Patella: Treatment, Prevention, and Testimony – Part 2 By Kaylee Van Winkle, Triple Crown Insider

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Upward Fixation of the Patella- Part 1

Upward Fixation of the Patella: Structure of the Stifle and Causes- Part I By: Kaylee Van Winkle, Triple Crown Insider

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For Thoroughbred Owners: A Testament to Triple Crown Feeds

By: Triple Crown Insider- Emily Kelly As most thoroughbred owners know, our horses tend to be a bit on 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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Functional Ingredients In Horse Feeds

  By: Dr. Bill Vandergrift Many horse feeds and supplements include probiotics, prebiotics, yeast cultures, digestive enzymes, organic minerals, and/or

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Pre and Post Performance For Your Horse

Just like people, no two horses are alike‰ – breed, personality, performance… But no matter how different they are, the importance of warming up and cooling down remains the same.

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Time to Face the Cold- Keep Up Your Training Program.

By: Hannah Young- Triple Crown Insider Battle The Cold And Keep Your Horse Performace-Ready All Year-Round Now that the cold

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Should You Clip Your Horse This Winter?

  By: Madison Nichter, Triple Crown Insider As the days get cooler and shorter, many of us come to the

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Frigid Weather and Fundamentals: Keep Your Winter Riding Fresh

By: Emily Kelly, Triple Crown Insider Follow along with my goals for my winter riding, and hopefully get some inspiration

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Giving Thoroughbred Racehorse’s a Second Chance

  Giving Thoroughbred Racehorse’s a Second Chance Phillip Dutton riding OTTB, Icabad Crane 2014 America’s Most Wanted Thoroughbred winner By:

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Triple Crown Senior- Before and After testimonials!

Triple Crown Senior Is Our #1 Seller And Is One Of The Most Recommended Senior Feeds On The Market Check

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Prebiotics in Triple Crown Horse Feed- Not Like the Others!

What Is The Difference Between Prebiotics And Probiotics? All this talk of prebiotic and probiotics leaves many people asking, “What

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The Inside Track on Horse Racing: Part 1

As American Pharoah prepares to make his first debut since winning the Triple Crown at the Haskell Invitational in NJ,

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Hoof Packing: Post-Exercise Care

If you missed our previous blogs in the Post-Exercise care series, check them out here: Bathing Icing the Legs Applying

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Poulticing Legs: Post-Exercise Care

If you missed our previous blogs in the Post-Exercise care series, check them out here: Bathing Icing the Legs Applying

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Stable Wraps: Post-Exercise Horse Care

If you missed our previous blogs in the Post-Exercise care series, check them out here: Bathing Icing the Legs Check

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Icing Legs: Post-Exercise Horse Care

If you missed our previous blogs in the Post-Exercise care series, check them out here: Bathing Applying Stable Wraps Check

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Bathing: Post-Exercise Care for a Healthy Horse

As the summer heat starts to hit and the competition season begins, horses and riders alike are more susceptible to

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Importance of Hay Analysis For Better Horse Feeding Decisions

  By: Eric Haydt Fiber  Feeding recommendations cannot be made properly without first asking about fiber, which should be the

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Learn Why Beet Pulp Based Horse Feeds Are Great For Your Horse.

                  By: Eric Haydt Over recent years, shredded beet pulp has become

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Meet Roman- Rescued by True Blue Animal Rescue, Fueled by Triple Crown!

  Story by: True Blue Animal Rescue Roman had a great life living in a field full of grass. As

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Senior Horse Feed-Learn About the Many Uses of Senior Feed.

By: Eric Haydt What You Should Know About Senior Feed  When senior feeds first appeared on the market, they were

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Complete Horse Feeds- More Than Just High Fiber and Low Carbohydrates

  By: Eric Haydt, PAS What Is A Complete Feed? We had a very good question from a customer asking,

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Keep Your Horse Ready for Cold Weather

      By: Dr. Bill Vandergrift, EquiVistion, Inc. Managing horses in cold weather is not difficult, but there are

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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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The First 100 Days (Retired Racehorses)

By Dr. Bill Vandergrift, EquiVision, Inc. Download PDF Retired Thoroughbred race horses coming directly off the track usually benefit from

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Feeding Your Draft Horse: Nutritional Feed Requirements

Download PDF The bigger the horse, the more you need to feed it-correct? Not always so Draft horse diets are

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Summer Riding 101: How to keep yourself and your horse safe during riding season

By: Molly Lass Download PDF With summer in full swing, it is the prime time to horseback ride. Here are

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Feeding: Performance Horse Feed Considerations

What is a performance horse? Certainly, we would all consider racehorses and 3-day event horses as horses that are performing

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Hard-To-Catch Horses

Have you been thinking about the lush spring grass and how you’re going to catch your horse when it’s time

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Is Your Horse an Escape Artist?

By: Lauren Ross Having a behaved horse means being an aware horse owner. It might seem cute or funny when

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Fertilize and Seed Your Fall Pastures

Dr. Amy M. Gill As we head into fall, it’s time to plan for changes in the nutritional needs of

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Protection Against Botulism

What causes botulism? Toxins produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum cause botulism. Horses can consume bacterial spores from soil and

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Hydrated Horses In The Summer Months

Fresh, Cool Water Is Important For Avoiding Horse Health Problems Such As Colic And Heat Stress. By Dr. Amy M

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How To Compare Horse Feed Brands

Understanding the Fine Details Behind Horse Feed Nutrient Labeling Can Help Minimize Serious Equine Health Risks. With so many products

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Improve Equine Immunity

Keeping horses healthy and disease/disorder-free are hot topics on the Internet and in many popular press journals and magazines.  Suggestions

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Fighting Fly Allergies & Mosquito Borne Diseases

It Takes More Than Insect Repellent To Manage Fly Allergies & Mosquito Control Issues. Learn How To Prepare Yourself For

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When to Call the Vet in a Medical Emergency

  Knowing Basic Equine & Human First Aid Is Also Critical In Equine Emergencies Horse owners can handle many equine

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Avoiding Common Horse Feeding Misconceptions

By Amy M Gill, PhD Download PDF The internet contains a plethora of information about every topic under the sun.

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Medical Care For Mare & Foal Post Foaling

Download PDF Once the mare stands after foaling and before the foal nurses, the mare’s udder and perineum should be

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Winter Trends For Riders: Horse Tack and Equine Health Do’s and Don’ts For Safe Winter Riding

Dr. Amy M Gill If you live in a geographic region that turns cold during the winter months, continuing to

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Minimizing Colic In Horses During Cold Weather

By Dr. Amy M. Gill Download PDF Most people caring for horses dread the first signs of winter— cold, blustery,

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Feeding and Management of Horses from Warm to Cooler Weather

Download PDF A Warm, Happy Horse. Feeding and Management of Horses during the Transition from Warm to Cooler Weather by:

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Horse Feed: Why Hay, Grain & Horse Supplements Are Only The Beginning

As horse owners, many of us struggle with understanding and perfecting our horse’s diets. Horse feed choices depend not only

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Horse feed manufacturing methods 101- quality concerns are analyzed for the Horse Owner

With all the advances in manufacturing technology, one would think horse feed would be perfect and consistent 100% of the

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Important Equine Health Tips For Managing Nervous Horse Behaviors-Part 2

By: Dr. Amy M Gill Ration management and key ingredients can encourage healthier equine temperaments and “hindgut,” digestion. Forage Forage

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Tips for Managing Nervous Horse Behaviors – Part 1

By: Dr. Amy M Gill Unnatural Environments Lead To Physical And Mental Stress Domestic horses have not evolved from their

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Horse Pasture Management

By: Dr. Amy M Gill Managing Horses On Summer Pastures With summer in full swing and temperatures rising, managing your

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Feed Storage Containers And Smaller Quantities For The Summer Months

Finding The Manufacturing Date On Your Feed Bag One of the questions Triple Crown representatives are most often asked is,

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All About Horses & Nutrition

Triple Crown Nutrition’s 1st of Two Articles Regarding Definitions of Horse Feed Ingredients While many of the ingredients we use

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Understanding Electrolytes For Horses

By: Dr. Amy M Gill Understanding Electrolytes For Horses and The Role That Electrolyte Supplements May Play In Maintaining The

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The Inside Track on Horse Racing: Part 3

By: Triple Crown Nutrition This Week, We Follow The Young Race Horses As They Settle Into The Routine at The

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The Inside Track on Horse Racing: Part 2

By: Triple Crown Nutrition In This Segment, We Follow The Young Race Horses In Their First Days At The Training

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Keep Your Barrel Horse Healthy & Fit For Peak Performances

By Holly Ricotta Barrel Racing Champion, Holly Ricotta, Discusses Some of Her Secrets To Staying In The Winner’s Circle There’s

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Understanding Broodmare’s Nutritional Needs

Understanding Your Broodmare’s Distinctive Nutritional Needs, Throughout Gestation, May Help Improve Foal Health. By: Dr. Bill Vandergrift, EquiVision, Inc. Download

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Do’s & Dont’s When Traveling With A Trailer Full Of Horses

By: Marcia Kulak Even If You’re Traveling South, You’ll Need More Than Flip Flops And Sun Tan Lotion To Help

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At 70 Years Of Age, Flower is Both the World’s Oldest Donkey & Longest Lived Equine

The World’s Oldest Donkey Is Still Lovable, Kicking & Eager For Companionship Did you know that the oldest horse lived

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