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As the autumn cool down begins, it’s time to think about making dietary changes you may need to make to your horse’s feeding regiment in preparation for winter. In this article, we discuss some of the things you should consider as you adjust your horse’s...

The Australian summer heat can really take on your horse, particularly if strong bushfires take over. Even during typical heat conditions in Australia, you need to make sure that your horse remains as comfortable as possible. In this article, we address how you can keep...

The purchase price represents just one small part of owning a horse. In fact, ongoing feeding, healthcare and facilitating costs represent the bulk of the money coming out of your wallet when it comes to horse ownership. How much money your equine friend costs you also...

It’s no secret that Australian bushfires have the power to cause devastating damage. So, if you’re a horse owner then you need to have a pre-planned way of protecting your horse regardless of whether its situated at your home or another property. Even though horses...

Australian Brumbies are wild horses that initially were domesticated before they escaped from their European captors in the 1800s. Moreover, these horses resemble ordinary horses, and being wild is pretty much the only difference; hence, why they are known as Feral Horses. The Brumby population...

Your horse’s Winter and Spring feeding program can differ significantly. Feeding your horse during Spring means that you are dealing with longer days and warmer temperatures. Usually, this involves an increase in activity. Every horse reacts differently to its environment, making it important for you to...

While Australia’s Winters aren’t as harsh as in some countries, the change in season from hot to cold could have a significant impact on your horse’s dietary needs. Horses are often less active during winter and thus more prone to gaining excess weight. Also, with...

Australia’s equine history is understandably short, given our great nation’s short history. The first horses arrived in Australia by boat in 1788, meaning that only the strongest survived the tough travel conditions. Since then, our country’s continental climate has given way to some unique Australian...