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Investing in the Future: Responsible Breeding

Breeding a horse is an exciting adventure, and many horse owners may dream of raising their own sporthorse prospect or...
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Vital Vitamin E

Sporthorse owners tend to leave no stone unturned when it comes to their mount’s health and well-being. Increasingly, the savvy...
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The Ultimate Equestrian Gift Catalog

Whether you prefer practical or luxe, quirky or classic, be sure to peek through our 2020 Equestrian Gift Catalog. With...
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Equestrian Life!

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Welcome to Northeast Equestrian Life, an exciting new magazine celebrating a passion for horses while championing the equestrian lifestyle. This free publication will feel right at home on your tack trunk at the barn or in a comfortable chair after a long trail ride. This is the magazine for you if you understand, or want to understand, the lifestyle that not only inspires us but that which gives us such enjoyment.

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January 27, 2021 Off

Winterize Your Horse – Hay Equals Warmth

By admin

If you observe what your horse eats in the winter it’s usually more hay. Allow them to have more hay if the weather is really cold. Why is this important...

January 25, 2021 Off

Tempting Picky Eaters

By admin

We humans have a huge diversity of individual dietary preferences. Some have a raging sweet tooth, others prefer salty or spicy, love or hate specific vegetables, etc. It's not as...

December 15, 2020 Off

In Remembrance: Naomi Blumenthal 1942-2020

By admin

The Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) leadership is saddened to announce that Naomi Blumenthal passed away peacefully Dec. 13, surrounded by her family. Blumenthal, 78, from Manlius, New York, served...

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