Feature Story: How to Choose a Safe Boarding Facility

Management is Top Priority By Kim Roe   If you board your horse, you need assurance that he is well-cared for and safe. As you drive off and leave your best buddy in someone else’s care, it’s important to know he’s in the best of hands. Top considerations when choosing …

Read More

June 2019 Issue IS HERE!   June 2019 Cover Story: Cavallo Hoof Boots – Growing at a Gallop! (Win a pair of Cavallo Hoof Boots!) Feature Story: Getting the Right Fit Could Be a Cinch! A Review of the Total Saddle Fit Shoulder Relief Cinch (Win a Total Saddle Fit …

Read More

February 2019 Issue

February 2019 Cover Story: Washington State Horse Expo – Clark County Event Center – March 1-3, 2019 Feature Story: Heros and Superstars – The Real-life Adventures of Dally and Spanky Trail Savvy: A New Horse Trailer – Part 2 Equine Wellness: Keys to a Successful Pre-purchase Exam Taking the Northwest …

Read More

Heroes and Superstars

The Real-Life Adventures of Dally and Spanky By Lynn Jenkins   Last November, California experienced some of its deadliest fires. But this is not a story about devastation and loss; it’s a story with a happy ending. It’s a story about how Steve Rother and Francesca Carsen of Rother’s Horsemanship …

Read More

Breeding the Maiden Mare

First Time Mothers Need Special Attention By Dr. Viveka Rannala, DVM   It’s almost breeding season again! It’s a time when foals dot the countryside and we can all daydream about their amazing future careers. Have you decided to breed a special mare for the first time? If so, there …

Read More

Senior Horse Nutrition

Pleasure and Performance Horse from Life Data Rounds Out Senior Horses’ Dietary Needs By Life Data Staff   The best senior horse feeding program will improve the nutrient balance and increase the feed efficiency of the natural hay and pasture diet. Life Data® Barn Bag® Pleasure and Performance Horse furnishes …

Read More

One True Thing

The Gifts of Middle Age By Catherine Madera     I got my first horse, an Arabian named Sunny, when I was 11. A bright bay, he was flashy as a copper penny. I’d never seen anything so beautiful. My first ride on him is seared into memory: After strapping …

Read More

Thank you for supporting businesses that support NWHS.