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A 394-acre Virginia horse farm is coming up for auction, complete with a restored 1800s manor and expansive, world-class equestrian
As Montana continues to become more popular and populated, we're going to start to see some real problems. Of course, growing pains aren't Montana-specific. Whenever an area grow
If you spend your weekends rattling down country lanes in a past-its-best car packed to the brim with horsey paraphernalia, while your equine pride and joy slums it behind in a draughty trailer,
Aside from industrial strength coffee, a reliable alarm clock and military organisation, how can amateur riders manage to juggle full-time work and competing?
Here are 14 tips to help make
This property is ideal for people and horses alike.
This horse lover’s paradise sits only six miles from downtown Leesburg, but it feels worlds away. The equestrian farm rests on 25 acr
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Summer is the season for dangerous thunderstorms in many parts of the country. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself and your horse.
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By The Herald Staff | on July 20, 2022
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Routine compliance verification testing can reveal degradation of a workstation mat’s electrical dissipative properties over time. Chronic failures occurring sooner than expected warrant root-