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Do “As Is” Clauses in Sales Contracts Prevent All Lawsuits? by Julie Fershtman

Posted by on Oct 8, 2018 in BLOG, Lifestyle | 0 comments

Do “As Is” Clauses in Sales Contracts Prevent All Lawsuits? Equine sales agreements sometimes include the words “as is” and “with...

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Pasture Evaluation for a Prospect by Dick Pieper

Posted by on Oct 1, 2018 in BLOG, Dick Pieper, Training Tips | 0 comments

My guidelines below are for the type of horse I’ve found to be the most trainable and the most able to excel in any range of use, from...

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Spins by Sandy Collier

Posted by on Sep 28, 2018 in BLOG, Sandy Collier, Training Tips | 0 comments

A dynamic, judge-pleasing spin is performed on a loose rein, with the horse’s nose tipped slightly in the direction of the turn. The...

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Building a Partnership with Your Horse: Dealing with a Horse that Pins His Ears by Lynn Palm

Posted by on Sep 24, 2018 in BLOG, Lynn Palm, Training Tips | 0 comments

If you have spent much time in the saddle, chances are you have come across a horse that pins its ears. Whether you are riding such a...

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Nutritional Tips by Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D.

Posted by on Sep 19, 2018 in BLOG, Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D., Training Tips | 0 comments

  Reminder: Beware of laminitis risk in fall pasture! As temperatures begin to dip, Dr. Juliet Getty, equine nutrition specialist,...

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Tying Problems? Practice is the Key to Patience by Clinton Anderson

Posted by on Sep 14, 2018 in BLOG, Clinton Anderson, Training Tips | 0 comments

Pawing the ground is a clear sign of impatience and frustration on the horse’s part. You’ve probably seen the horse that digs himself...

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