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2014-02-boredom-breaker

Cure Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever hits at full force during this time of year. With limited daylight, chilling temperatures, and piles of snow and ice to contend with, it’s no wonder both you and your horse are stuck inside and restless. The Cheshire Horse is here to help you cure your case of Cabin Fever with these tips: […]

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2013-08-saddlebags

Trail Riding Necessities

Whether you’re a serious endurance trail rider or an avid show ring competitor looking for a little change of pace, some time out on the trails can be a lot of fun for both you and your horse – as long as you’re adequately prepared. Dress for the Weather Dress in layers,¬†and bring along or […]

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2013-05-contact

Understanding Bits

If your horse resists your commands, he’s probably trying to tell you that he’s uncomfortable with the bit and the pressure on his tongue. Bits can only do two things: cause resistance or cause relaxation. Tongue pressure plays an important role in resistance. When a horse is resisting a bit, he’s really evading tongue pressure […]

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2013-03-training-bandages-260

Horse Boots & Wraps

Polo Wraps Polo wraps are usually made from fleece material, and they are generally used to protect horses’ legs during exercise. They can be used as an alternative to boots. The wrap material is slightly stretchy, providing support to the tendons and ligaments. Polo wraps can be applied so they fit a wide range of […]

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