Corro Stories - Wed Sep 01 2021Horse Wormer Guide: The Ultimate Guide To Equine Internal Parasites and Deworming Your Horse
Internal parasites are tiny worms that can cause big problems in horses. Working with your veterinarian to develop a strategic deworming plan is vital for your horse's health and the health of future generations of equines. Keep reading to learn more about common types of worms in horses, methods for assessing your horse's parasite load, and how to choose the best horse wormer for your horse.Read More
Corro Stories - Wed Aug 25 2021Heat and Ice Therapies for Horses
When it comes to your horse's comfort, making sure their muscles, joints, and soft tissues stay healthy is a top priority, and therapeutic treatments can help. Both heat therapy and ice therapy are common and effective treatments, but do you know which to use and when? We explore the benefits of both and provide an easy guide of how to use each treatment to better support your horse's wellbeing. Read More
Corro Stories - Thu Aug 12 2021Corro’s Top 10 Calming Supplements
Equine calming supplements can help promote quiet behavior in spooky or anxious horses that have difficulty adjusting to change or stressful situations. It’s essential to understand which calming supplement is the best fit for you, your horse, and your goals. So we put together a list of our Top 10 calming supplements to help you and your horse worry less. Keep reading to learn more about the best equine calming supplements and how your horse can benefit from calming support.
Corro Stories - Thu Aug 12 2021From Everyday Life to the Paralympics: Beatrice de Lavalette Conquers All
With the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games approaching, it seems like an appropriate time to reflect on what truly makes an athlete, an athlete. Is it their strength? Fitness level? Stamina? Consistency? While all of these factors are of consideration, there is one athlete in particular who puts all Olympic athlete qualifications into perspective. Read More
Corro Stories - Fri Aug 06 2021Get Horse Show Ready with Ellesse Jordan Gundersen
Do you have a horse show or competition coming up soon? Discover how International Grand Prix Dressage rider Ellesse Jordan Gunderson gets her horses ready for the show ring. Trust us when we say if you try it yourself, your horse will certainly sparkle and shine! Read More
Corro Stories - Mon Aug 02 2021Keep the Water Flowing for Your Horse's Hydration Health
Proper hydration is key to keeping your horse happy and healthy. Dehydration can cause noticeable physical changes in your horse. Make sure you know the warning signs of dehydration and what products will keep your horse hydrated in the heat and cold. Read More
Corro Stories - Wed Jul 21 2021The SMART Equestrian's Jenna Knudsen Shares Her Tips On How To Treat Ourselves Like We Do Our Horses - With Love & Respect
Equestrians are special people and we love our equestrian life, right? How lucky are we to share in this extraordinary lifestyle and passion?
Sunrise at the barn, the smells of hay, horses and coffee as we muck our stalls and feel the energy or fur gurus surrounding us. Maybe your joy is from the show world and you derive your joy from training and competing. Maybe it is visiting your horse and sharing quiet moments together. Maybe it's riding in the woods, working in the ring, or just helping a horse grow old gracefully.
No matter your particular equestrian discipline, the one thing we share no matter what is our total dedication and commitment to our beloved horses. And might I add, at any cost?Read More
Corro Stories - Thu Jul 15 2021Common Horse Skin Conditions
Caring for your horses' skin is a year-round deal, but summertime can bring with it some unwanted skin conditions. Liv Gude breaks down these common conditions that may be plaguing your barn and her favorite products to provide the relief your horse may need. Read More
Corro Stories - Wed Jul 14 2021Mane and Tail Grooming and Care
Healthy, shiny, thick, long mane and tails are what every horse owner strives for, and you’re not alone if you struggle with attaining this end-product. There are many factors that go into a healthy mane and tail for your horse. We asked Live Gude to put together her guide on mane and tail grooming and care. Read More
Corro Stories - Sun May 02 2021Corro 101: The Ins, Outs, and All Arounds of Barrel Racing
If you’re a part of the rodeo world, you’re probably already familiar with the sport of barrel racing. If not, just imagine both horse and rider traveling at full speed around three standing barrels competing for the fastest time. Learn more about this exciting sport in our latest edition of Corro 101. Read More
Corro Stories - Mon Mar 29 2021Lower the Risk of Horse Colic With These Easy Steps
Colic can strike at any time, but with spring comes a change in weather, fresh luscious grass, and stress due to change in fitness routine—all which can lead to colic. Here are some easy steps to transition into spring and lower your horse's risk of colic.
Corro Stories - Thu Mar 25 2021From the Gridiron to the Barn – Brian Westbrook Found A Love for Horses in Between NFL Seasons
Brian Westbrook may be best known for his incredible career in the NFL as one of the best running backs of all time, but what you may not realize is that Westbrook has also spent the last fifteen years as a proud horse farm owner, where he rides, breeds quarter horses, and runs a foundation for underserved youth to learn vocational skills through working with horses. Learn more about how horses and the farm changed his career path and have created a haven for Westbrook and his family.Read More
Corro Stories - Tue Mar 16 2021How The Budget Equestrian Prepares For Summer With Her Horses
Spring is near and if you're anything like us, we can't wait to welcome it with open arms. If you're looking to spend as much time as possible in the saddle or just hanging around horses, now is the best time to prepare and set you and your horses up for success. We asked the Budget Equestrian to share her tips to prep for spring and be organized for the warmer days ahead.Read More
Corro Stories - Sun Mar 07 2021Get A Jump On Fly Season — Protect Your Horse From Pesky Flies
The weather is starting for warm up (FINALLY!) and with warmer weather also comes the pesky flies. Now is actually the perfect time to set a plan to help control the flies for the entire summer, which can lead to a much more enjoyable summer for us and a happier, healthier horse. Here are a few ways you can plan ahead.Read More