Warm socks and nice boots make winter worth working in. Socks can make or break a winter-barn experience, needing to be not too bulky but not too thin and still a fun-enough print to make you feel good.
Boots, shoe rims and rubber shoes are some winter hoof care solutions to keep your horses sound, shod and upright through the worst of winter.
Just in case you thought you couldn't feel warmer—or look better—in your winter farm clothing, equestrian and outdoor clothing brands are bringing their best again this year.
You have the option of warm hands, neck and head with today's high-tech products.
Every year, blanket manufacturers manage to improve their offerings just enough to make it a little harder for your horse to undress himself and a little easier to keep the rain and snow off.
Keep your students in “riding shape” even when they’re not able to ride.
With Spring around the corner, dealing with all the rain and ensuing mud can be a big problem for horse farms. Here are a few tips to help you stay high and dry.
This holiday season, show your appreciation for your clients with inexpensive, thoughtful gifts.
Ever wonder what other equine professionals have in their libraries?
Trainers are still split evenly on the pros and cons of owning their own facility versus being a traveling trainer.
From Little League to ringside, some parents just don't know how to behave. Here are some stories and solutions to dealing with overbearing parents.
Word of mouth is one of the most powerful marketing tools out there. Can it be harnessed?
Working exchange students can broaden your horizons.
When it comes to running an equine business, the IRS has four main concerns. Do you know what they are?
An official's work isn't glamorous or well-paying, but it's worthwhile to many.
Equine professionals need to make a plan sooner rather than later.
Juggling a farm and an off-site career can be hard, but not impossible.
Summer riding camp can be safe, educational, and fun, all at the same time.
Getting certified as a trainer, instructor or barn manager has many advantages. Here is a rundown of some of the programs out there.
Creative and consistent programming beats the back-to-school blues
We know tack is expensive, but so do would-be thieves. Here's how you can keep everyone's belongings safe.
The second installment on organization with more tips on taming that clutter around the barn.
Fourteen tips on how to manage schooling shows and game days.
Hives are the flashing red emergency light of the immune system.
Diagnosis of this elusive disease is often difficult. Here's what to look for.
Considering putting your farm up for sale? Here's what you need to know before you do.
How to increase your prices without decreasing your client base.
Proper tow-vehicle care is part of practical horse ownership.
If you host your own events, here are some great ideas for awards that will be remembered.