Field Guide to Equine Allergies

You arrive at the barn to discover your horse covered in small, flat- topped bumps. But he doesn’t seem to be bothered by them, so you decide to wait to see how he does. Sure enough, in a few…

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Winter Prep

One minute we were worried about fly spray and scorching heat. Then we blinked and it was late fall. How a season that comes every year still manages to sneak up on horse owners is a mystery, but more…

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Three Not-So-Common Myths about Feeding Horses

Horses are complex animals, and correctly meeting their nutritional needs can be challenging. We all have our horses’ best interest at heart, but it is easy to understand how feeding misconceptions can occur. Here are three not-co-commonly held myths.

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Tips for Buying A Used Trailer

If you’re in the market for an older trailer, your horse’s safety and the trailer’s road-worthiness should be your primary concerns. Unlike buying new, you won’t get a warranty when buying used,…

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HELP US, HELP YOU!

In the unfortunate event of a breakdown, USRider reminds all of our Members to be well prepared and provide the necessary information so we can better assist you!  • Get to know your…

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