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Do You Need to Apologize to Your Boarding Barn?

Where in the world did my expectations of what a boarding facility should offer me and my horse come from anyway? Socrates knew what he was talking about when he...

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Your Horse Property Can be a Money Machine!

Turn Those Pastures into $Profits! Whether you own 5, 50 or 500 acres, it cost money to maintain. If you aren't on top of expenses what you’re paying out may end...

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Do You know What Your Farrier Does for Fun on the Weekend? Hint: It May Involve Explosives!

A Surprising Discovery About my Farrier “You do what?”, my mind’s voice shrieked? The image of my handsome young AFA Certified Journeyman Farrier on his white...

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Love & Horses Part 5: Nerding Out Over Horse Science

“In our 7 years of marriage, I went from "I used to ride when I was little" to running a full and thriving business as a barefoot farrier. My mother was a farrier,...

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4 Ways to Improve Your Relationship with Your Farrier

Hi, my name is Marie and I have operated a growing horse boarding barn for over 15 years.  We started out with just two horses and now regularly are full at...

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  All The Pretty Ponies  - To be a Horse Rescuer or Not?

By Nancy Fitzgibbons - Guest Writer for GoHorse.com "In  previous blogs I’ve shared the journey of purchasing and maintaining a country paradise. That has...

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Taking Care of Yourself When “Horse Trainer” is Your Job Title

By Heather Elliott - Elliott Performance Horses Heather rode saddleseat Morgans starting at 8 years old, followed by riding all around quarters competitively through high...

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Equine Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction - What?

It Started Just Like Any Other Day          It was a clear and cool March day in Georgia, just perfect weather to exercise my 17 year old Arab mare....

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Love & Horses Part 4 - Till Death Do Us Part, For the Love of a Horse

My obsession with the horse began on a bouncy horse toy, then moved to Breyer horse collectables, my Johnny West doll and his horse Flame and watching black and white westerns on...

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Overlooked Casualties of Hurricane Michael

My name is Nancy Fitzgibbons and I am this week's guest blogger for GoHorse.com. In my early years, every summer was spent on some breed of pony in a daily adventure...

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Love & Horses Part 3: From Horse Rescue to Wedding

“My horse habit absolutely affected my relationship, in a good way. My boyfriend, 7 years ago, was not a horse person. He didn’t enjoy being around the barn smells...

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Horse Evacuation Locations for California Wildfires!

Wednesday November 14, 2018.  With hundreds of thousands of acres burning where do we take our horses?  Today by noon Gohorse.com had a total of 620 volunteer evacuation...

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Love & Horses Part 2: I have Great Taste in Horses but....

My horses have always been there for me.  The men, not so much.  I have been married to two men and both said, "oh, I like horses" but it ended up they...

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Love & Horses Part 1: From Facebook Friends to Full-Time Farriers

“Horses and romantic relationships can either be a force that draws two people together or a passion that drives them apart. In this four part GoHorse blog series, we...

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Advertise Your Horse Boarding Vacancies Using GoHorse.com

Keep those Horse Boarding $$$ Rolling in! As a barn owner, there weren't a lot of great options for filling my open stalls.  I sort of cobbled together a strategy...

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