8 Excellent Reasons to Buy Your Child a Horse!

By |April 30th, 2017|

Are you trying to decide whether to buy your child a horse this year? We’ve got a quick rundown of points that may help you with your decision.
It’s springtime, again!  The weather is beautiful and your child knows that summer is right around the corner.  They’ve been asking for a horse for a while now […]

Designing a Great Horse Barn Requires These 3 Things!

By |February 17th, 2017|

For those of us who spend more time at the barn than at home, we know an ideal barn would be overwhelming to design on your own. Not only should it look beautiful, it must function best for all the activities that go on inside it. The stalls need to be secure and comfortable enough […]

Arena Footing Check-up for 2017

By |January 16th, 2017|

One the most important factors in a horse arena is the footing. Arena footing is a term used for the ground or surface that you and your horse will train and ride on. Although the condition and footing material that you lay in your arena can easily slip to the back of your mind after […]

Winter Fire Safety Checklist for Horse Farms

By |December 5th, 2016|

Winter fire safety on a horse farm is nothing to take lightly.  Have you made sure your horse barn and stables are as protected as possible this year?
Though owners of horse farms should be wary of barn fires year round, winter fire safety is especially important. According to a 2012 report by the National Fire […]

Fast Facts About Saratoga Horse Stall Installation

By |November 8th, 2016|

Sometimes, taking on a project like horse stall installation can seem daunting, even to the experienced horseman (or woman!). We’re often tempted to just hire a professional to do it, which saves us time and stress but hits the purse strings.  When you order a horse stall parts or a horse stall kit from a […]

Stallion Stall and Fencing Requirements

By |November 2nd, 2016|

Interested in learning more about stallion stall and fencing requirements?  We have 6 points that will help you do the best by your beloved steed!
A strong, good-looking stallion can easily become the pride of any barn. Seen throughout books and films, stallions play the role of a knight’s noble steed by adding an aesthetic of […]

Barn Renovations: the good, bad, and the ugly

By |October 26th, 2016|

Leaky roofs, troubled stall doors, poor lighting, and unsafe flooring – is it time to look into barn renovations for your horse farm?
We all know when it’s time to remodel our horse stable but, it’s so easy to procrastinate!  Well, let this winter be the motivation you need to get the job started.  Cooler weather […]

13 Haunting Horse Halloween Costume Ideas – 2016

By |October 13th, 2016|

Are you looking for a unique idea for your Horse Halloween Costume this year?  We have 13 brilliant examples, lined up and ready for your inspection… 
When the winds start to blow their harvest chill and the leaves begin to mesmerize you with rich shades of autumn, it’s ripe time to start planning a haunting halloween costume for […]

Fall Fire Safety Tips for Horse Barns

By |October 2nd, 2016|

If you ask a group of horse owners to name a few things they never want to see, you’ll likely hear ‘barn fire’ mentioned again and again.  Barn fires always top of the list of fall and winter fire safety concerns.
Last year, we saw these types of fires destroy farms and lives around country.  With […]

A Horse Lovers Fall Chore List of Often Neglected Needs

By |September 30th, 2016|

Is a horse lovers fall chore list more involved than that of a regular farm? Maybe!  We work extra smart to ensure the often neglected needs of a horse farm are met and dealt with before the cold days of winter are on us.
Now that the temperature is dropping and vibrant autumn leaves are making their annual appearance, it’s […]