Horse and farm owners in Eastern PA are well-acquainted with the dangers and annoyances of the parasites that can plague our equine friends. From intestinal worms and biting flies, to mosquitoes, to ticks, parasites can be a serious problem. They spread disease, make horses sick, and are an overall nuisance. Learn To Control Parasites This… [Read More]
Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790 It’s the time of year with Thanksgiving and Christmas right around the corner when we take a moment to give thanks for everything we have. If you want to give animals in need something to be thankful about, consider lending a helping hand to one… [Read More]
Did you know that riding arena footing eventually wears out and needs to be replaced? Through normal use and weather, footing materials eventually break down. Look for these signs to see if your footing needs to be replaced: -If the base of your arena on your PA horse property is starting to show through, it… [Read More]
We’ve had a classic, hot, humid Eastern PA summer this year, and many riders choose to supplement their horses’ diets with extra electrolytes to replace the minerals lost in sweat. But there are lots of supplements on the market, and no hard-and-fast rule as to when a horse really needs electrolyte supplementation. So, does your… [Read More]
In our beautiful state, we can get quite a bit of rain which is what keeps our PA horse farms green (at least for the majority of the year) ! While rain may put a damper on your riding plans, it can also save you money and help the environment by making your PA horse… [Read More]
The equestrian sport is one steeped in tradition, an aspect that is probably the most obvious in the way riders dress for competition. Clad in wool coats, white breeches, and leather gloves, top riders sometimes look like characters out of a history book rather than the athletes they are. In the top levels of dressage… [Read More]
Because of the proximity of PA horse farms to areas where wildlife live and roam, horse owners need to take precautions against this deadly disease
You can give the arena on your PA horse farm a little flair by re-painting your jumps this spring.
We are all keen to get riding and showing now that the weather is improving, and Dr. Scott Angstadt of Keystone Equine Vet Services in Reigelsville, PA has given us some great suggestions on how to keep our horses happy and healthy for the coming season.
Penn Veterinary’s New Bolton Center in Chester County, PA is known as one of the best equine hospitals in Pennsylvania. The veterinarians at New Bolton are continuously making strides in the fields of horse health, equine surgery, reproduction, nutrition, behavior, and more.
When you hear the world “ranch” you most likely think of a place far out west, where hundreds of horses and cattle graze on acres of untouched land, and cowboys ride out to move their bovine charges from one place to another. While dairy barns are more common than ranches here in Pennsylvania, the state… [Read More]
Equestrians love Pennsylvania! The beautiful open space, numerous trails and show grounds, and proximity to world-class trainers, riders, and events make PA the ideal spot for horse lovers. Whether you are a trail rider, show jumper, dressage enthusiast, orwestern pleasure competitor, there is something for you in Eastern PA. And if you’re looking for PA horse… [Read More]