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Sleep Deprivation in Horses?

Sleep Deprivation in Horses?

Horses in stables have been shown to have a regular total sleep time of three and a half hours per night. The duration of the different sleep stages is relatively constant. REM sleep totals about 30 minutes a night (15% of the total sleep time) and slow-wave sleep takes up the most time at 65%. The rest of the total sleep time is spent in light sleep.

EC Photo of the Day- Turning Over A New Leaf

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EC Photo of the Day- Turning Over A New Leaf

“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” – F Scott Fitzgerald Photo- Citified Cowgirl Photography- Hailey- Class of 2021 If you have a great EC Photo or Video of the Day to share, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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Susie Johns Will Receive NSBA Jack Benson Award

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Susie Johns Will Receive NSBA Jack Benson Award

Named for the late NSBA member Jack Benson, the award is presented annually to an individual who unselfishly gives his or her time to promote NSBA and its mission, and create greater interest in the pleasure horse industry. This award has been presented since 1989.

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Young Rider Essay #2- From a Sassy 13-Year-Old to a Horse-Loving Adult

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Young Rider Essay #2- From a Sassy 13-Year-Old to a Horse-Loving Adult

My weekly allowance goes toward my lesson each week. I don’t like doing the work, but if it will help out my parents pay for things, then I can deal with it. When I am with my horse, the work is done and I enjoy my time spent.

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EC Photo of the Day- a Boy, a Dog, and a Horse

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EC Photo of the Day- a Boy, a Dog, and a Horse

Check out this adorable photo of Landon Fricke with Good N Sensational and Tater. If you have a great EC Photo or Video of the Day, DM The Equine Chronicle.

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Safe Supplements For EMS/IR and Cushing’s Horses

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Safe Supplements For EMS/IR and Cushing’s Horses

The cornerstone of managing horses and ponies with metabolic issues resulting in high insulin, is tight control of their diet — specifically, avoiding anything that would promote higher insulin.

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The Silver Lining of COVID-19 for Horse Communities 

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The Silver Lining of COVID-19 for Horse Communities 

Over the course of the last nine months, COVID-19 has proved to be challenging for everyone. People in the equine industry have faced significant hardship, isolation and financial impacts. These unforeseen circumstances provided an opportunity for horse enthusiasts to come together and discuss how to best support each other during these unprecedented times.

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Renew ApHC Membership For 2021 For Chance to Win Great Prizes

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Renew ApHC Membership For 2021 For Chance to Win Great Prizes

ApHC News Rejoin the Appaloosa Family again this year to be entered into a drawing for some awesome prizes! Prizes could include any of the following: Custom nylon Halter with brass tag from State Line Tack Montana Silversmiths jewelry Lifetime Membership $250 “Data Pack” that can be used for online services Kensington Protective Products hat […]

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If the Boot Fits- Can Leg Wraps or Boots Prevent Tendon Injury?

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If the Boot Fits- Can Leg Wraps or Boots Prevent Tendon Injury?

In general, there are three main reasons people might choose to wrap the legs of their horses: external protection, simply for looks, or prevention of tendon injuries. While certainly able to protect from cuts and scrapes or add some flashiness to your look in the Dressage ring, boots and wraps do not provide sufficient support against the forces experienced by an equine limb during exercise.

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2021 AZ Sun Circuit Non Pro Saddle Award Lineup

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2021 AZ Sun Circuit Non Pro Saddle Award Lineup

Bob’s Custom Saddles is proud to partner with the Arizona Sun Circuit for its Non Pro Level 1, 2, and 3 High Point awards. Next year’s winners will be awarded Bob’s Custom Saddle certificates valued at $5,200. Winners can select their sizing and saddle style and choose to upgrade the saddle with additional tooling and silver at the winner’s expense. 

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