Heelers – The Australian Cattle Dog

August 11, 2021 . by Cowgirls In Style

Our family are proud owners of a Red Heeler.  We featured this article in our NFR 2018 issue of Cowgirls In Style. Can you find your heeler in the photo below? The Heeler or Australian Cattle Dog (ACD), or simply Cattle Dog, is a breed of herding dog originally developed in Australia for droving cattle…

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How To Load Your Horse In A Trailer -An Easier Way

June 25, 2021 . by Cowgirls In Style

How to load a horse in a trailer. Easy as pie… Using smart horse training. If there is an art to getting horses to load in a trailer, then this it. The first thing that must happen is communication between the horse and his handler. The horse must understand what is required of him and…

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For The Love Of Palominos

May 5, 2021 . by Cowgirls In Style

Who doesn’t love the look of the Palomino?  With their golden coats and blonde manes, the Palomino is one of the most beautiful all around horses.  I should know, I have one and have fallen in love with her! Let’s look at the Palomino… First of all, there might be a few things you didn’t…

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Spring Cleaning and Organizing Ideas For Barns

April 7, 2021 . by Cowgirls In Style

Tis the season for spring cleaning and organizing! Check out these barn organizing ideas we found on Instagram!   A post shared by Whitebrook Farm (@whitebrook.farm)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Stable Style – Equestrian Blog (@stablestyle)     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by…

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Win The Battle Against Your Horse And Flies

April 5, 2021 . by Cowgirls In Style

It’s almost summer again and that means flies… Flies have been a horse’s enemy since the beginning of time. So how do we get a grip on the problem? Here are a few tips that can help! Repellents: Make sure you get a good repellent for your horse.  There are many to choose from, both…

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Spring Grass Grazing Dangers

April 22, 2020 . by Cowgirls In Style

With all of the fresh spring, green grass available, there are a few cautions you should take before turning your horses out. It is tempting to turn horses out into spring pastures at the first sight of green grass, especially after a long winter. However, spring grazing should be introduced slowly and delayed until grasses…

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