Ticks In The Fall

The autumn chill brings with it some pretty great things. The start of the holiday season and all of that great food, for one. Cooler weather, which is appreciated by those of us in warmer climates. And at the barn, hope of an end to the fly season. For most of us, when we see… Read More

Treat Your Horse’s Sore Hooves With Magic Cushion

It’s not uncommon for a horse to weigh more than 1,000 pounds and all of that weight sits on their hooves. Couple that with the weight of a rider on rocky, uneven terrain and it’s understandable that horses can sometimes develop sore hooves. Additionally, hoof concussion caused by activities such as jumping or repeated impact… Read More

Colorado Wildfires Ways To Help Roundup

The response effort to the Black Diamond Forest wildfires in Colorado is tremendous.  From brave firefighting crews, law enforcement and first responders, to the groundswell of grassroots support, the effort and ongoing need is massive.  Fifth generation Absorbine family member Tyler F. Young, Jr., who lives north of the stricken region, headed down to the… Read More

Using Premise Sprays to Protect Your Horse

We all know that fly repellents and sprays are a great way to protect your horse during turn-out, training, and trail rides—but did you know that using premise sprays inside your barn or stable is an additional way to keep your horse protected? Premise sprays are commonly used to kill biting and nuisance flies, as… Read More

Absorbine Field Trip Part II

In our last installment, we told you about our Absorbine field trip to take photos in Florida. We headed south to capture images for our new website  and advertisements. If you recall, there was one scene where Eva and her trainer trot past our brave photographer. He’s lying on the ground to capture a neat… Read More

Horses Need Help In Texas

The wildfires raging in Texas have destroyed many homes and farms around the city of Bastrop, TX which has been one of the areas worst affected.  Many of the horses and cattle that lived there had to be released as the fire approached.  They are being rounded up and cared for by hard working volunteers. … Read More