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If you’ve been around horses at all, you know the “joy” of trying to catch horses that don’t want to be caught. What’s the best approach? At The Horse Project we believe in taking it slow and being consistent. If you aren’t – then you......

When it comes to horse safety always follow the scout motto…Be Prepared! Although we all hope the unexpected doesn’t happen to your horse(s), it’s important to be prepared when and if it does. Therefore, everyone who deals with horses should have an emergency kit in......

Does pregnancy mean nine months of going cold turkey from horses? Talk about a topic that gets people fired up! How do we decide when it’s safe to keep riding or to hang up our spurs for the duration? I was emailing with a friend......

Keeping it real – if you ride long enough you’re going to fall off. It happens. We’ve put together our Top 10 on not only prevention, but what happens when you find yourself looking up at your horse..or watching their backend saunter away. Check Your......

Here’s a great tip for those of us that like to use copper bits, but hate cleaning them. Simply put some ketchup on the copper and leave it on for a solid 10 or 15 minutes. The acid works wonders. Wipe the bit clean and......

Sometimes horses don’t want to take water. Maybe you’re on the road or just washed the bucket. Try slicing up an apple and putting it in the water. Your horse will bob for the apples and get plenty of water while entertaining you in the......

For many of us, riding helps keep us sane. But sometimes it’s a struggle to not only find the time to spend with our horses, but in figuring out how to make that oh so necessary time at the barn work with the rest of......