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Something I'm always aware of when I photograph is the background of my images. Not just because you want to avoid messy or distracting backdrops, but also because if you can get a horse performing in...
Something I'm always aware of when I photograph is the background of my images. Not just because you want to avoid messy or distracting backdrops, but also because if you can get a horse performing in...
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Equine Mange Mites
11th Dec 2018   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
Mange is a skin condition caused by mites. There is actually a few different types of mange, each caused by a specific type of mange that may affect certain areas of the horse’s body. Some are more rare than others. Sarcoptic mange is uncommon, but if the mites that cause it it t ...
Diseases Humans Catch From Horses
19th Oct 2015   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
Ever wondered if your horse can make you sick? Not the horse crazy type sick? But truly ill in some way? As it turns out, it’s rare, but possible. If your horse contracts a zoonotic disease, there is a slight chance it could be passed along to you. ...
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Summertime Means Itchy horses!
10th Aug 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   mosquito
This time of year, many of us will find that our horses start to scratch. And scratch and scratch some more. They rub their manes, tails, and anything they can get up against a tree or fence post. Some horses will even squat down and rub their tummies on the grass. It may sound ...
 
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