Goodbye, Old Friend

Along with the many blessings of horse ownership comes the responsibility of deciding to end a horse’s life. The weight and the lightness come cobbled together. Sometimes, of course, the ending is chosen for us, by an injury or illness. Often enough, though, us horse […]

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ADDITIONAL POSTS

  • The End

    Editor's Note: Cathi Champion is a Best Horse Practices Summit steering committee member and a horse gal living near Seattle, Washington. She recently shared this...

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    Editor's Note: Unbranded is the documentary film about the epic, 3,000-mile journey of four Texas A & M University grads and their cavvy of extraordinary...

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    Editor's Note: Trish Lemke is the founder of Joy Rides. She leads horse riding excursions around the world and is a certified Martha Beck life...

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    CR Ranchwear Editor's Note: We rely on quality gear for our many hours outside, with animals, doing physical work and play,...

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