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The trails were well marked with ribbons. However, there were a lot of downed trees when we visited. The Campground sites are nice and flat, some in shade and some with none. There are no horse lodging facilities is why I rated only 2 stars. more....
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What’s the Difference Between Animal Welfare and Rights?    Dr. Camie Heleski talks about what distinguishes welfare from rights and how the two concepts apply to caring for and training our horses. (thehorse.com)(4/4/2020)

Taking the Edge Off: Calming Supplements for Horses    Learn what calming supplement ingredients work and things to consider before choosing or administering a product to your horse in this excerpt from the April 2020 issue of The Horse. (thehorse.com)(4/4/2020)

Seeing Arenas From a Horse’s Perspective    Researchers investigated how horses interact with and view riding arenas as spaces. Here’s what they found. (thehorse.com)(4/3/2020)

Holistic Horse Care: What Does it Mean?    Here's what you need to know about holistic veterinary medicine and how vets can integrate it into everyday practice. (thehorse.com)(4/3/2020)

Bright Yellows and Blues: The Safest Colors on the Track    According to British researchers, fence color could make a significant difference in racehorses’ ability to visualize obstacles as they approach them. (thehorse.com)(4/3/2020)

Small horses got smaller, big tapirs got bigger 47 million years ago    The former coalfield of Geiseltal in Saxony-Anhalt has yielded large numbers of exceptionally preserved fossil animals, giving palaeontologists a unique window into the evolution of mammals 47 million years ago. A team has shown that the body size of two species of mammals developed in opposite directions. (ScienceDaily)(3/24/2020)

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