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Trick Training - Teach Your Horse to Bow
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Every little girl has a dream. To be swept off her feet by a charming knight in shining armour on a big white horse, and have him kneel down before her, take her hand, kiss her cheek, and whatever other secret, romantic ...
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New Mexico County Takes Preemptive Action Against VSS Spread
23rd Jul 2019   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
In an effort to control an outbreak of Vesicular Stomatitis Virus in horses, Sandoval County in New Mexico is proceeding with an aggressive mosquito control program. Vesicular Stomatitis is a viral disease carried by biting insects. It can lead to high fever and ulceration of the ...
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Algae In Water Troughs
4th Oct 2018   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
But there is one kind of algae that is harmful to all mammals, including horses. Itís called blue-green algae and it is likely to be found in ponds and slow moving streams. Even once this type of algae has dried up, say along an evaporated pond or a stream that has receded from i ...
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Equine Sickness by the Season
20th Jun 2017   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
Each season brings with it a change in how we look after our horses. And each season brings with it problems we must watch for, and things we can let our guard down about. No sense in worrying about Lyme Disease in January when the snow covers the grass, but winter means we might ...
Getting Your Horse Ready for Spring
28th Mar 2017   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Spring is almost here and itís time to do more riding than leisurely strolls around the arena or tentatively picking our way through the snow. And, it's time to plan for the season ahead. Here are a few of my favorite things to help my horse and me get ready for the warmer weathe ...
Heat Drought and Horses
20th Aug 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Itís dry here. The corn is withering, the soybean fields are looking yellow and pasture is non-existent. Those of us with horses and other livestock understand that a long stretch of dry sunny weather doesnít just mean excellent beach weather, it also means there could be some ha ...
Should Testing For EIA be Mandatory
23rd Jun 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
If you have your horse regularly vaccinated with the core vaccines, you are going to avoid some of the most dangerous horse diseases out there. The core vaccines are rabies, tetanus, and Eastern/Western Equine Encephalomyelitis and depending on where you live, West Nile Virus, Po ...
Household Products Used in the Barn
6th Jun 2016   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Who hasnít tried Mane ní Tail shampoo on their own hair? Itís been on the shelves stores that sell beauty products for a few years now. But, this product isnít the only one you can share with your horse. Hereís a few products, beauty and otherwise you can easily share with your h ...
The Flood Horses of South Carolina
10th Oct 2015   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
There are some really dramatic videos of horse rescues in flood stricken South Carolina. Several days of torrential rains left S.C. residents on flood alert if they are not already under water. Rivers are spilling over their banks and dams that should control flooding arenít suff ...
Horse Vaccines Are Not Necessary
22nd Feb 2015   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Equine anti-vaxxers believe that vaccinations overload or over-stimulate the horseís immune system and cause long term neurological or allergy problems. We have to remember that our own, and our horseís immune system is being assaulted every day by the dirt and germs around us. ...
Fall Equine Virus and Disease Concerns
20th Sep 2014   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
While riding the other day, I noticed there were few bugs. The only thing I noticed were very small mosquitoes landing on my horse's neck. We tend to think of early summer as peak mosquito season. But the mosquitoes that carry the West Nile Virus are more likely to be active in t ...
Five Reasons Your Horse is Rubbing its Tail
10th Jun 2014   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
Your horseís mane and tail is often its crowning glory. One of the most disturbing problems that can happen to a horseís tail is rubbing. Itís upsetting to find your horse has rubbed the top of its tail until there are bald spots, and the hair looks like an electrocuted bottle br ...
Six Horses in Tennessee Quarantined After Testing Positive for Equine Infectious Anemia
30th Mar 2014   |   Equine Disease and Prevention   |   Winniefield Park
Six horses in Tennessee have been put in quarantine after testing positive for Equine Infectious Anemia. Horse owners in the state are being advised to test for the virus. Equine Infection Anemia is most commonly spread from horse to horse through mosquitoes. The insect draws blo ...
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10 Diseases You Can Catch From Your Horse
23rd Mar 2014   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
When we're working around horses, we tend to share a lot of germs with them. Who else but a horse owner would eat a sandwich with one hand, while brushing their horse's tail with the other? We've all done it and probably haven't come to any harm. We're more likely to get a broken ...
Memories of My First Pony
27th Dec 2013   |   Horse Stories   |   Winniefield Park
After going through some old photos recently, I was reminded of my very first pony. Her name was Dolly. She was a small grey pony, not particularly kind to children or well trained. I was about four or five when I got her, and basically, I was let loose to ride barefoot and helme ...
Horse Christmas Gift Idea - Dotty's Story only $9.99
11th Dec 2012   |   General   |   PonyBox
Ponybox's favorite horse, Dotty, recently hit the big time on Amazon.com just in time for Christmas. Based on a true story, many of you followed Dotty's struggles to become a racehorse in a stallion dominated sport. Dotty was shorter than the other racehorses, which compiled her ...
Ponybox Set To Debut New Adventure
14th Jul 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   PonyBox
Do you remember reading Dotty's Story? If not, let me give you some background. Dotty's Story is based on a true story by Ponybox member mosquito, about a little mare with a big heart that dreams of racing with the big boys. Her story was first ...
Dotty's Story is now available on Amazon.com!
19th Dec 2011   |   Ponybox News   |   PonyBox
Itís here! Dottyís Story is now available, in its entirety, through Amazon.com for e-readers - and in print copies for those of you who are Ďold schoolí readers! Follow Ponyboxís favorite racehorse from her first steps as a baby through all of her adventures. To get your copy ...
 
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