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  1. Barn Profile: Princeton Farms

    Barn Profile: Princeton Farms Princeton Farms is a family-owned and operated breeding facility located in Princeton, Ontario. Their focus is breeding top-quality Standardbreds and they offer yearling sale preparation to outside clients. Princeton Farms provides the highest standard of daily care, breeding and foaling services to their own broodmares and accepts broodmares from external owners. This facility utilized various System Equine products and services to design an efficient and functional space for their operation. Read more...
  2. Barn Profile: Creech Equestrian

    Barn Profile: Creech Equestrian Creech Equestrian is a high-performance facility that is home to FEI-level dressage horses and up-and-coming young horses. Clients and accomplished dressage riders Diane Creech and Vanessa Creech-Terauds designed a custom stall front for their 14 stalls that considered safety, airflow, practicality, aesthetic appeal, and above all, wellness for the horses. This project was built by Hanes Contracting. Read more...
  3. Paddock Mud Management

    Paddock Mud Management Mud is a huge issue for so very many barns, but you don’t have to give in to it. There are a variety of things you can do to improve the footing in your paddocks, even if the layouts were originally poorly planned. Read on to find out what you can do to reduce mud in your paddocks. Read more...
  4. Barn Profile: Selah Equestrian

    Barn Profile: Selah Equestrian

    Selah Equestrian is a family-owned elite private boarding and training facility offering various services and catering to multiple disciplines. The customers aimed to design a highly functional and aesthetically pleasing separate space for their personal horses away from boarders with practicality and efficiency in mind.

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  5. Is the Paddock Paradise System Right for Me?

    Is the Paddock Paradise System Right for Me?

    Horses are gregarious, social animals that live and travel in herds, and whose natural habitat provides a level of mental and physical stimulation that is hard to replicate within the confines of a typical rectangular paddock. To regain some of that natural enrichment, consider building your herd a Paddock Paradise. Paddock Paradise is an alternative to traditional rectangular paddocks that promotes the natural lifestyle of horses by giving them a space to graze as well as a semi-structured area to roam and play outside of the grass. A paddock paradise can be as simple as a narrow strip around your existing paddocks or it can be as complex as a path that travels around your property. The idea is that the path you build protects your grazing space, contains various enrichment spaces as well as hay and water, and will promote more movement and keep your horse more mentally and physically active. The track can vary in shape and size to fit your property and your horse’s needs, but is not necessarily suitable for every property or herd, so check out the pros and cons to determine if a paddock paradise is right for you.


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  6. 11 Ways to Keep Your Bored Horse Happy, Healthy and Entertained

    11 Ways to Keep Your Bored Horse Happy, Healthy and Entertained Read more...
  7. Introducing Your Horses to Electric Fences Safely

    Introducing Your Horses to Electric Fences Safely Read more...
  8. Spring Cleaning Checklist for Your Horse Barn and Farm

    Spring Cleaning Checklist for Your Horse Barn and Farm Read more...
  9. The Step-By-Step Guide to Grooming Your Horse

    The Step-By-Step Guide to Grooming Your Horse Read more...
  10. 5 Things Every Horse Wash Stall Needs

    5 Things Every Horse Wash Stall Needs Read more...

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