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3 Ways to Thank Your Clients

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we’ve been thinking of ways we can show our gratitude to our clients. One of the truly amazing parts of the horse industry is its...

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Is Self-Care Horse Boarding Right for You?

If you are looking for a stable or boarding facility for your horse, you’ve probably come across the terms, self-care, partial care, and full care. Self-care horse...

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How to Prepare for Your Farrier

Do you prepare for your farrier's arrival? Or are you that horse owner running out to the pasture, to catch your horse as quickly as possible as your farrier pulls in. We have...

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Horse Tips for Beginners - How to Ride a Horse

Horse Tips for Beginners - How to Ride a Horse The horse world can be a difficult place to figure out. Everywhere you go, you get different advice, and it seems like everyone...

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The Gritty Bit: A Series on Real Horse People - Person 2

Sam, 28 - Rancher In being a rancher, there are no vacations, no lazy days...when you get injured, you can’t work and then the team is down a hand - so...don’t get...

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What Type of Horse Training Do You Need?

There are a million styles of horse training. Even within each discipline, you will find trainers with vastly different methods. At the end of the day, there is no right or wrong...

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7 Ways to Get More Clients For Your Horse Business

How do you get clients for your equine business? Many of us have been doing the same things for decades. Word of mouth and referrals bring the majority of our customers through...

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The Gritty Bit: A Series on Real Horse People - Person 1

Brent Glover runs Orphan Acres, a 250-acre horse rescue in Viola Idaho. He started taking in horses nearly 45 years ago but never intended to run a rescue. He offered a soft...

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3 Trailer Safety Checks You’ve Been Skipping

Whether you’re hauling out for a show, or a weekend of camping and trail rides, trailer safety is essential. You should always check your equipment and make sure everything...

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Horseback Riding - What to Choose, the English or Western Way?

By Nancy Fitzgibbons         Want to go horseback riding, yet prefer not to ride bareback? GoHorse.com does not want you to show up at a barn facility...

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The True Cost of Horse Arena Footing

By Guest Author:Heidi Zorn Riding arenas are the place where the magic happens. Spend time riding a horse, and you quickly realize how important a sturdy foundation is,...

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Red Farmily Barn - A Great Way to Share our Amazing Horse Farm

Just driving into the property feels good When you drive into the property, everything about the place says the owners care.  From the unique design of the...

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Tips for Great Photos on Your GoHorse Business Listing!

Want to Know Why Great Photos Sell? Are you wondering why people buy what they buy? Well, it seems that once you get past the absolute necessities in life such as food and...

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The Magic of SEO and Keywords for Your Horse Business

Here's what you need to know about getting your horse business to the top of the search lists.  Also the easiest & cheapest way to get that done! With...

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Horseback Riding 101 - Tips You Should Know Before You Go

How to dress, what to take along, rules of the ride and even "behavior triggers" to watch out for both horse and human when you go horseback...

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