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Why You Should Choose Protective Leg Equipment for Your Horse

By Little Fields Farm 5 months ago 1973 Views

Horse owners often wonder whether their horse needs protective boots. It is an essential safety equipment that protects your horse from getting injured. Muscles and bones in the lower part of leg have no natural protection. Therefore, you should choose some top quality products in order to keep its legs safe.

Horse Grooming Gear Checklist: Do You Have Everything your Horse Needs?

By Little Fields Farm 9 months ago 1236 Views

Every horse owner, trainer, rider and breeder knows that for horses to perform their best; they must be cleaned and groomed regularly. If you are a passionate rider and have recently purchased your first horse, this blog will be of great help to you. In this blog we are going to list the essentials to compiling a basic grooming kit for beginners.

Essential Grooming Guide for Your Horse

By Little Fields Farm 9 months ago 964 Views

You can’t make a list of the most beautiful animals in the world without mentioning the majestic horse. Horses are the embodiment of power, courage, loyalty and a free spirit. Horses, alongside other equine animals, have been used and domesticated for centuries. Breeders would pick out the most docile horses that could be made to do useful work and breed them amongst each other to give rise to horses that were not only docile but also relatively easy to handle.

Diet for Race Horses

By Little Fields Farm 9 months ago 342 Views

For centuries and centuries, horses have been used for a myriad of purposes. Riding, transportation, pulling carts, plowing farm fields and various sports. Horses are one of nature’s best runners. Did you know that the fastest race horse ran at a record breaking speed of 70.76 km per hour? Right behind the Cheetah!