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October 2013

Track Your Horse’s Body Condition Score

“While knowing your horse’s weight is critical to making sure your horse is receiving the care it needs, tracking your horse’s body condition score over time is and ideal (and …

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Three Team-Roping Horses Pass Away in Accident

On October 30, 2013 a horse trailer caused major delays on eastbound IH 20 and Spur 557. The truck and trailer went off the highway where it jackknifed and the …

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EPM is More Widespread in US Than Expected

“A recent study by researches at the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine revealed that equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM), caused by two different parasites, is widespread throughout the …

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“Equine Vaccine Tips and Strategies”

“If you own a horse, one of the most important things you can do to maintain health is vaccinations, but it can also be a cost endeavor. Everyone seems to …

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Improving Your Spins – Pete Kyle

Pete answers Margie’s question while Tom is out of town about what she could to do improve her horses spin. Thank you Pete Kyle for providing your knowledge. Kyle Ranch

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Eye Injuries – Always an Emergency

“Injuries to a horse’s eyes tend to be traumatic because of the vigorous manner in which horses perform everyday actions. Blows to the eye may cause detachment of the retina, …

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Shoes for the Correct Discipline – Trent Wargo

Trent answers Rhonda’s question about what’s the best shoes for a horse that does multiple disciplines.

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Pivot Foot While Spinning – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about the pivot foot on the horse while spinning and how it has changed over the past 20 years.

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In the Winners’ Circle: Dell Hendricks

NRHA Million Dollar Rider Dell Hendricks talks about his history in the sport of Reining.¬†Dell has won AQHA World Championship and Reserve Championship Titles in 1995, 2001, and 2002. He …

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Moving the Horse’s Hip – Tom McCutcheon

Tom instructs on how and why he gains control of a horse’s hip.

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Travis Stillson – Custom Show Chaps and Leather

We go behind-the-scenes to Travis Stillsons shop where he shows us how he makes custom show chaps and headstalls for western riders. Travis shows us the basics of how he …

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Custom Show Chaps and Leather – Travis Stillson

We go behind-the-scenes to Travis Stillsons shop where he shows us how he makes custom show chaps and headstalls for western riders. Travis shows us the basics of how he …

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Rewarding Your Horse – Mozaun McKibben

Mozan talks about rewarding his horse and how helpful it has been in his training.

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Food Safety Law Could Burden Family Farmers

A new federal law could cost some farmers tens of thousands of dollars. View Full Article

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Warming Up – Tom McCutcheon

Tom goes over how he warms up his horses before he starts to work them.

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Legacy Sale ’13 – Mandy Previews the Sale

Mandy McCutcheon talks about the 2013 Legacy Reining Breeders Sale. Many people came out to Friday night’s Legacy Sale and to Saturday’s consignment sale. Mandy talks about changes to the …

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Signs of Colic

Signs of Colic Here’s a quick list of the typical signs of colic, and what you should do when your horse is colicking. Clinical signs of colic include behavioral changes …

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Man Starts "Heifers for SD" to Help Ranchers

More than 130 heifers have been donated to South Dakota ranchers who lost cattle in this months blizzard. View Full Article helpforsouthdakota.com

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Legacy Sale ’13 – Tom Previews the Sale

Tom talks friday before the Legacy Sale about what he thinks about could happen during this year’s sale.

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