Welcome To The New AllAboutHorses.com

In early 2011 we took on the daunting task of a complete redesign and reorganization of AllAboutHorses.com.  After weeks of research, we landed on a design, colors and fonts and a general idea of how to modernize it to fit your needs today and into the future.

The next step was for our designers to put it altogether and create a draft site for us to begin the process of  editing, transferring and reorganization of thousands of pages of content. Needless to say, the months went rolling by. And as of this writing we are not completely finished. This is truly a work in progress.

Now, it's up to you to "take her out for a test drive" and let us know "how she looks and runs". You can make comments or ask questions on almost every page on the website.

And don't forget to Like us on FaceBook at: www.facebook.com/NewAllAboutHorses

Here's to another successful 10 years on the Internet.

Ed O'Brien Publisher


Customized content for the Informed Horse Owner

AllAboutHorses.com is a blogging site that is building a broad range of helpful Horse Videos, Images and useful tips for all Horse Owners. We have information on Horse Health and Horse Care, Equine News that updates 24/7, Riding and Training techniques, Horse Sports, Safety Tips and anything related  to Horse Ownership.

As we progress, you will notice that we will continue to add more Horse Videos and Horse Images to make it easier for you to visualize how to accomplish your goals.

Daily Horse Dose lists the latest posts and is immediately below this area. To the right you will find the latest Equine News, the most popular posts, and your recent comments, questions and suggestions. Thank you for your continuing visits & support.

Daily Dose of Horse


Arizona Hay Report: 11/08/2015

Arizona Hay Report Here                                                                         …

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The Most Important Nutrient for Horses

The Most Important Nutrient*     As temperatures increase, so does the water requirement of our livestock. Most livestock owners know the nutrient content of the grains and forages they are feeding their livestock and can tell you if the …

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Horse in Kiddie Pool

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Horses Help Vets

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Meet California Chrome

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Dressage Test

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Horses Fall Through Ice

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Lone horse goes for a little swim

Lone horse swimming across a pond

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Slaughter Debate on Navajo Reservation

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Fall & Winter Hunting Season Safety Tips

Continued from Facebook post: • Make noise—put a sleigh bell on your horse’s breast collar or your stirrups. Or you might sing or talk to your horse. Carry a whistle should you need to sound an alarm. • Don’t ride …

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