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Wondering whether you’re feeding a surplus of supplements? Are your ponies at a healthy weight, or are they a little too roly-poly? How much hay does a horse need, anyway? Now’s a great time to learn the answers to those questions and more.

Through Jan 23, 2012, Dr. Eleanor Kellon is offering a buy one get one free special on ALL of her online classes on equine nutrition and management. Free course to be same length as the purchased course – 10 week course or 2.5 week short course. Read the rest of this entry »

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Yawning Horse clear backgroundThe first issue of Dr. Eleanor’s Kellon’s new E-zine ‘The Horse’s Mouth’ is due out in September. Subscribe via Paypal today for the earlybird discount price!

Subscription price before 9/1/11 is $22.50 per year, after 9/1/11 is $27.50 per year. Scroll to the bottom of this page and click on the Paypal link to subscribe today! Read the rest of this entry »

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blue and green books clipartBuy these books to create an instant starter library if you’re a new horse owner!

Whether you’re new to the horse game, or are returning after a break, these readable, user-friendly books provide a broad base of information on caring for your equine and on safely interacting with him on the ground and from the saddle.

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blue and green books clipartIs your farrier or hoof trimmer doing a good job? Does your horse have hoof health issues that have gone unrecognized? These books provide the information you need to become an educated consumer of hoof care, to begin learning to perform a basic hoof trim, and beyond.

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blue and green books clipartWant to learn more about and better understand chiropractic care, massage therapy, and other alternative therapies for your horse? These books will provide a valuable reference both before and after your appointment with an equine bodyworker.

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