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Guest post by Liv from Professional Equine Grooms.  Cold weather brings lots of great things into our barn lives…pumpkin spiced horses, the end of hot and humid rides that create horrible helmet hair, and wonderful things…

The post Top 5 Cold Weather Hazards for Horses appeared first on Savvy Horsewoman.

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Guest post by Raquel from Horses and Heels.It seems like just yesterday a trailer pulled into the alley behind my house in The Rancho – out walked a three-year-old mare from Texas. Her new home…

The post How to Be Safe Riding Your Horse in the City appeared first on Savvy Horsewoman.

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Guest post by Christa from Piaffe Style. Lunging a horse has become increasingly popular. For years, this has been a method of exercising or training a physically expressive horse without putting the rider at risk,…

The post Lunging a Horse – Risks and Benefits appeared first on Savvy Horsewoman.

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Did you know that there is a lot more to be gained out of a horseback ride than just taking a pretty view? Horseback riding is actually very beneficial both for your physical and mental…

The post 5 Reasons Horseback Riding is Good Exercise appeared first on Savvy Horsewoman.

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Thanks to the internet, it’s now easier than ever to buy or sell a horse, sight-unseen, from hundreds of miles away. While most people out there are open and honest, there will always be scammers…

The post Horse Sale Scams – Tips for Safe Buying and Selling (10 Red Flags) appeared first on Savvy Horsewoman.

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Take a good look through your grooming supplies, cleaning products and supplements and read the labels. Do you recognize most of the ingredients? Does it work as well as you’d like? If not, it might…

The post Savvy Guide to DIY Horse Care appeared first on Savvy Horsewoman.

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The Zangersheide (often referred to as the Zang Horse Breed) is not actually a true breed but a registry, aimed at producing quality show jumping horses. Established in the early 1970s at the Zangersheide Studfarm in…

The post Zangersheide – Zang Horse Breed Profile appeared first on Savvy Horsewoman.

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One of the most frequently asked questions from novice riders is “what is the difference between English and Western riding?”, often followed by “which one is easiest?” Depending on where you learned to ride, you…

The post English vs Western Horseback Riding – Which is Easiest? appeared first on Savvy Horsewoman.

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