Cutting Your Horse’s Colic Risk

The word ‘colic’ is dreaded in equestrian circles. It feels like it comes on without warning and if you haven’t experienced it yourself, you know someone who has. And while most horses recover – sometimes without surgery – it is still the leading medical cause of death in horses. Through proper stable management you can…

Guest Post: Cowboy Mounted Shooting

Recently we here at Mary’s Tack and Feed worked closely with Southern California Equestrian Writer and Blogger Susan Friedland-Smith as she embarked on a journey to learn Cowboy Mounted Shooting. Enjoy this Guest Post written by her about the experience! Cowboy Mounted Shooting is the fastest growing horse sport in the U.S. and after trying…

Supporting Your Horse’s Gut Health

At some point in our lives, we’ve all experienced that tell-tale gut ache of indigestion, or even the intense discomfort brought on by heartburn. Now and again even a bit of bad food can leave your stomach cramping, rolling, and leaving you unable to go about your day as usual. Our horses are different, many…