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Winter Tips for Your Horse

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Feb 01, 2014


In many parts of the country it is bitterly cold this year. Here are some tips to help your equine friend make it through. Although normally cold weather planning begins earlier in the year, especially the fall, there are still

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How to Keep Your Barrel Racing Horse Calm Going to the Gate

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Feb 01, 2014


Many barrel racing horses get highly agitated as they approach the gate into the arena. This type of agitated behavior can also be seen on many racehorses. They are anticipating the fun and excitement, the “high” of running the pattern

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RevitaVet Sponsored Riders Recognized

by AVirtualSky | Thu, Dec 26, 2013


Another great Eventing season came to a close and I think that some recognition is deserved here. Eventing highlights: RevitaVet had fourteen (14) sponsored riders finishing in the top 50 in the USEA High Point Championship. Although many riders had

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Fabulous Testimonial from a Happy RevitaVet User!!

by lisat | Wed, Oct 02, 2013


Dear Tom and RevitaVet,  As a member of the UC Davis 3 Day Event Team I would like to thank you for your sponsorship and providing us with one of your unique, effective healing systems. Three members on our team

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Video Explanation & Demo of RevitaVet IR2!

by lisat | Tue, Sep 03, 2013

Check out this video on the explanation of the benefits of the RevitaVet system and it’s many uses! Video

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Shoes or Barefoot

by AVirtualSky | Fri, Jul 19, 2013


Conflicting ideas exist concerning the need for shoes.  Some people believe that shoes are completely unnecessary, while others feel uncomfortable if their mount is not shod every six to eight weeks.  If you are considering removing your horse’s shoes, the

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Horses: How Fat is Too Fat

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Jun 15, 2013


During the summer season, because many horses have access to green grass, they are going to gain weight, but how fat can a horse get before it becomes unhealthy?  This is an age old question amongst horse enthusiasts.  Some horses

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How Infrared Can Heal Stifle Injuries

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Jun 01, 2013


One of the worst injuries that a horse owner can face is a stifle injury.  Sometimes these physical problems occur because of an accident, for example when a horse becomes cast.  Other times they happen because the horse is involved

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The Difference between the Barrel Racing Divisions

by AVirtualSky | Sun, May 19, 2013


Barrel racing is a timed rodeo event.  The team of horse and rider must complete a pattern called a clover leaf which is created by running around three barrels set up at specific distances in an arena.  This means that

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The History of Kentucky’s Rolex

by AVirtualSky | Sat, Apr 27, 2013


This week is one of the most exciting in the world of Eventing.  At the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington Kentucky, the Rolex CCI****(four star) event is being held!  It is the only four star (****) event in the Western Hemisphere. 

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