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February 21, 2019

Install Peace of Mind With Classic Equine By Ritchie

Install Peace of Mind Tired of worrying about frozen water, dirty water, wasted water or no water at all? Install Classic Equine By Ritchie automatic waterers, built by the inventor of the category, and you install peace of mind. Isn’t that what you’re after?   Learn More  

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February 19, 2019

How Can I Get My Stubborn Cushing’s Horse to Take Medication?

By Dr. Tania Cubitt & Dr. Stephen Duren, Performance Horse Nutrition Cushing’s disease tends to occur in middle-aged and older horses, around age 20.

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February 5, 2019

ABI Stable Stories – Barn Cleaner Confessions

By ABI After surviving the polar vortex with horses bundled up in their stalls, I felt the need to share with my furry, four-legged friends just how much work I put in to make sure they feel well loved. Let’s just say I was met with puzzled looks that there weren’t more treats involved. Enjoy! […]

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January 29, 2019

HandsOn Gloves: Must-Have Grooming Essential

When Clinton and the team at the ranch gave HandsOn Gloves a trial run, the grooming tool was an overwhelming success. “The horses absolutely love them, and they do a phenomenal job of removing dirt, especially in hard-to-reach and sensitive areas,” Clinton says. “They’ve quickly become a staple and a favorite at the ranch.” Why […]

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January 15, 2019

Accessorize Your Ride

By Classic Equine No hour of our life is wasted when it is spent in the saddle. When we ride, we are getting away from life, thinking about life, or just riding to enjoy life. No matter the purpose of our ride, accessorizing your ride can keep you as connected or as disconnected with life […]

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January 8, 2019

Safety Starts With an Equipment Check

By Classic Equine Although we have an indescribable bond with our equine partners, the fact still remains that they are large and powerful animals. We saddle them each day to train, ride down the trail, or even compete on them without even thinking about the possible consequences we might face if there is a malfunction […]

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December 25, 2018

Saddle Cleaning

By Martin Saddlery Are you in love with your saddle? Does that new beautiful saddle make you soar with pride? Unfortunately, nothing stays new forever, especially something used as often as your favorite saddle that you throw on your horse every day.

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December 18, 2018

Get Connected

By Martin Saddlery According to Gandhi, you should “Live as if you were to die tomorrow, and learn as if you were to live forever.” As horse enthusiasts, connecting with other horsemen is a constant source of learning for those who share a passion for horses. By definition, a connection is a relationship in which […]

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December 11, 2018

We’re Looking for Non-Profit Organizations to Team Up With at Our Walkabout Tours

When the Walkabout Tour presented by Ritchie Industries visits Buckeye, Arizona, Williamston, North Carolina, Redmond, Oregon, and Des Moines, Iowa in 2019, we’ll be teaming up with a local non-profit organization to be our Ritchie Charity group. On the last day of each tour stop, we hold a Ritchie Charity Ball Toss in which horsemen […]

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December 6, 2018

How to Adjust Feeding Your Horse in the Winter

In the next couple of months, understanding “Lower Critical Temperature (LCT)” will be important for caring and feeding your horse(s) properly this winter. LCT is the temperature below which metabolic heat production must be increased to maintain body temperature. For mature horses, their LCT will fall around 5°F for a horse with a thick coat […]

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