Our articles tell you how to bring out your horse’s shine and natural beauty using the new and tried-and-true horse grooming techniques. In addition to offering tips for better horse-show grooming, routine horse grooming and winter horse grooming, our articles will also help you select the best horse grooming tools.

Horse blankets and hair growth
By now you’ve put away your blankets for the season, but a study from the University of Wisconsin, River...
Ask A Pro: 10 Tail Grooming Tips with Julie Goodnight
Brought to you by: There’s just something about a horse with a luxurious tail. Long, shiny tails are...
Bay arabian horse stands in the middle of summer field with the
4-step, no-wash equine tail makeover 
Step 1. Douse the tail with a silicone-based grooming product, either spray or gel. This will coat the...
Horse scratching his back on a wooden fence. Mud and dirt visible on horse's back.
Why do horses rub their tails?
Q: My mare has been rubbing her tail against her stall wall. She is on a deworming program, which includes...

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