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how to make your own hoof oil using only vegetable and olive oil: five steps

How to Make Hoof Oil: 5 Steps - wikiHow 50 ml each of vegetable oil and olive oil and mix. Next year at camp or maybe the Golden Pony Club could make this!

Trick Training for Horses: Fun Ways to Engage, Challenge, and Bond With Your Horse

Trick Training for Horses: Fun Ways to Engage, Challenge, and Bond with Your Horse by Bea Borelle

[INFOGRAPHIC] A glossy hair coat is a sure sign of horse health. Discover the steps to bringing out the best in your horse's coat in this new #infographic on http://TheHorse.com, brought to you by Kinetic Vet. #horsehealth

A glossy hair coat is a sure sign of horse health. Discover the steps to bringing out the best in your horse's coat in this new brought to you by Kinetic Vet.

How often should you clean your tack? More often than you think! Check out this pin for a good schedule and some helpful tips!

How often should you be cleaning horse tack? More often than you think! Check out this pin for a good schedule and some helpful tips!

Tough-1 Rope Pocket Halter quickly makes a halter for use on trails, in the barn, or in emergencies.

Rope Pocket Halter quickly makes a halter for use on trails, in the barn, or in emergencies. Especially since Titan has a huge muzzle and it doesn't fit in most horse size halters!

Easy four ingredient homemade horse treats: mix 3 cups old uncooked, old fashioned oatmeal with 1/2 cup flour. Then mix in 1 cup applesauce and 1/4 cup molasses. Form into balls and cook at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes.

Easy four ingredient homemade horse treats: mix 3 cups uncooked, old fashioned oatmeal with cup flour. Then mix in 1 cup applesauce and cup molasses. Form into balls and cook at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes.