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Retraining A Racehorse – Moonfire – Cross Country - Part 1
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On 17 February 2011, I began preparing Moony for his eventing debut. After his Third Place in his first jumping show of the year, I decided it was time for him to start eventing and see if he couldn’t achieve similar res ...
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Horse Teeth Myths
12th Jan 2019   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
What goes on deep in your horse’s mouth tends to be a bit of a mystery. We know there are some big grinding teeth back there. And, there’s a big tongue, a narrow palate and some gums holding all the teeth together. And there are a few myths about all those teeth and other structu ...
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How to Age a Horse by Teeth
22nd Mar 2015   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Galvayne's groove grows out above the gumline. By the time the horse is fifteen, this groove will reach halfway to the top edge of the tooth. By the time the horse is twenty, the groove may run the full length of the tooth. By the mid-twenties, the groove no longer meets the gum ...
18 - 19 September Dam 'n Dyke Horse Show Retraining A Racehorse – Moonfire – Cross Country - Part 3 Retraining A Racehorse – Moonfire – Show Preparation Against All Odds - The Story of Bronze - Part 7
 
Care and Signs of an Aging Horse
25th Feb 2014   |   Care and Grooming   |   Winniefield Park
I just realized that my horse is eighteen years old now! That means she's entering her senior years. Many regard fifteen as senior. Most horses don't know this however, and continue to preform with the vigor of a youngster. But inside, things are changing and it may be time to pa ...
How to Choose the Correct Bit
26th Jan 2014   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
Is it time for a new bit? Walk into your local tack shop and chances are you will be overwhelmed by the number of shiny bits hanging on the wall. Which of those shiny, sleek looking bits will be the best one for you and your horse? Bit designers sometimes promise miracles, but f ...
Top Five Horse Stories of 2013
19th Dec 2013   |   General   |   Winniefield Park
The stage play War Horse continues to wow audiences around the world. War Horse, if you haven't already read the book by Michael Mopurgo, or watched the movie, is about a farm horse who survived World War 1. The horse, Joey, is portrayed by a puppet made of mesh and tubing. Three ...
My Summer Working With A Belmont Stakes Winning Trainer
16th Jan 2013   |   General   |   Starboard07
June 22, 2012 – My first day at Vintage Farm. I walked in, shook hands with Mr. Matz, met Peter Brette, his assistant trainer, and said goodbye to my Dad. Peter led me down to the lower barn, where I met the barn manager, Benjamin, and was assigned my first horse to walk, Late Cu ...
Supersize vs Superskinny
18th Jul 2012   |   Care and Grooming   |   Twisted Rose
We've all looked at articles on laminitis or photo's of neglected skinny horses and felt sympathy for the poor horse, but have we ever considered that a few simple mistakes we make could cause our own horses to get into such a state Maybe that state will be less extreme, but does ...
Take Good Care of Your Horses Teeth
27th May 2010   |   Care and Grooming   |   mosquito
Horse’s teeth are not at all like ours, and it’s a good thing. We eat much softer food that we don’t need to chew as much as if we ate grass. The biggest difference is that horse’s teeth keep growing until the horse is about 27 to 30 years old! Why? It’s exactly because of that ...
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