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Catherine Keck was just a 10-year-old cowgirl when she snagged her first job as a range rider, moving cattle with her sisters and father across the rough country in the La Garita and San Juan mountain ranges outside Del Norte.

Diagnosed with choroid melanoma in the left eye at age 62, Marcy Bilynsky was advised by her doctor to get her life in order. Instead, she took aim at a second chance with the help of her horse, a bow and an arrow.

Marvel, a blue-eyed wild stallion, faced life in a holding pen and an uncertain future. Instead, he went to camp…Mustang Camp.

Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but inside it’s so delightful because tea and horse books can keep you warm this holiday season. If you’re on the hunt for the perfect gift for horsewomen in your life or want to assuage your own hunger for a horse book, these three books should be on your list.

Much more than a racehorse, the gentle-natured Standardbred also pulls its weight under saddle in a variety of disciplines.

Much more than just a racehorse, the gentle-natured Standardbred also pulls its weight under saddle in a variety of disciplines.

Slowing your speedy eater down at mealtime can help prevent issues such as choke and wasted feed

The artist’s steel depiction of Secretariat, “God’s Boy 31-2.24,” breathes new life into racing history.

Navigating today’s pre-purchase exam has come a long way, with many more options (and expenses) to choose from.

An outbreak of the Leishmaniasis parasite in a foxhound kennel threatens to decimate any pack. New research from the University of Iowa offers hope to foxhunts and their hounds across the country.

Catastrophic environmental events such as wildfires that diminish air quality and affect horses’ breathing might seem beyond human influence. We do have control, however, over the equine management choices we make daily about feed, bedding, ventilation, exercise, and veterinary care. Many of these decisions and strategies can help horses breathe easier during times of both crisis and calm. Here’s what you should know about protecting your horse’s respiratory health.

Bill is a USEF “S” dressage judge, a USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold medalist, and an esteemed member of the USDF Instructor/Trainer Program faculty. He was also recently certified as one of only eight USDF instructors at the FEI level.

Huge advances in medical imaging help us see inside the horse so vets can diagnose and treat formerly mysterious injuries.

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