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Facing Winter Head On PDF Print E-mail
Written by Addie Fox Davis, 11   

Preparing for the coldest winter months is an important, yet sometimes difficult job. One thing I do for winter is start getting my blankets out and washing them, making sure they don’t have any holes. I also make a count to make sure I have enough blankets for all my horses.

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Do Wild Horses Have the Healthiest Feet? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Zach Stooksbury, 15   

Have you ever wondered how horses in the wild run over rocks and boulders and survive, while we’re afraid to let our domesticated horses walk across a gravel driveway for fear of injury?  I always wondered how this came to be, so I started doing some research.

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Riding with the Rienhardts PDF Print E-mail
Written by Caroline Van Pelt, 15   

You never know where life will lead. If you are dedicated and work hard to achieve your aspirations, you may be lucky enough to live your dream. Take, for example, an 11-year-old girl with a love for horses, but no horse. Who would have thought that, eventually, she and her husband would be teaching barrel racing clinics all over the United States? But she is. Her name is Vicki Rienhardt.

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What is EPM? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jennifer Ewing, 14   

In the last couple of years, I’ve been hearing more and more about EPM. EPM stands for Equine Protozoa Myleoncephalitis. EPM is basically when a horse contracts a bacteria and experiences inflammation of the spinal cord.

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