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Neurologic Diseases in Horses:

Early detection for better outcomes Written By Grace Owen, DVM Equine Medical Associates Edmond, OK Neurologic diseases in horses affect the central nervous system (CNS). They can sometimes be difficult […] read more >

KoolSpeed Equine Performance Feeds

Keeping your horse kool without losing speed By Summer Terry According to the American Association of Equine Practitioners, up to 90% of performing horses will experience gastric ulcers at some […] read more >

Yelling Geronimo!

By Doris Degner-Foster Photos courtesy of Jeff Medders Jeff Medders took the plunge and figuratively yelled Geronimo! when he started his own production company—appropriately named Geronimo Productions— in 2008, which […] read more >

What if your horses outlive you?

Written By: Kendra M. Norman It is not an easy topic of discussion, but as a horse owner, it is important to consider the care of your horses after your […] read more >

How Animal Behaviorists Help Horses

Written By: Casie Bazay Growing up in the countryside of the once small town of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Karen Holman developed a deep fondness for animals, especially since her parents […] read more >

Cribbing: the End of the World or Behavioral Quirk?

Written By Dr. Kris Hiney Equine Extension Specialist Oklahoma State University You see your pride and joy grasp a board rail with his upper incisors, arch his neck and inhale […] read more >

OklahomaHorses Magazine May/June 2020

OklahomaHorses Magazine May/June 2020 Publisher – Marilyn King  MKing@TulsaPetsMagazine.com Creative Director – Sally Roper Advertising Sales – Marilyn King, Steve Kirkpatrick, Rosalie Childs, Jimmy Jones Web Manager – Steve Kirkpatrick […] read more >

Working Equitation in Oklahoma

A fairly new sport making a name in the Sooner state By Jennifer Cocoma Hustis If you are looking for something fun and exciting to do with your horse, you […] read more >

Business Spotlight: Shawnee Feed Center

An Oklahoma Tradition At Shawnee Feed Center and Milling Company, they take great pride in producing some of the finest animal feeds in the industry. Formulated by a team of […] read more >

Call of the Wild:

Oklahoma’s Mustangs By Casie Bazay In 1971, Congress passed the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act, prohibiting private capture or killing of these animals. But not long after, when it […] read more >

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OklahomaHorses Magazine and its companion website OklahomaHorsesMagazine.com provide Oklahoma horse enthusiasts with the perspectives of a bi-monthly magazine, the interactive, up-to-the-minute insights of a statewide news source, and the humane conscience and social media involvement of the Oklahoma horse community. Only here will you find a one-step resource for local horse products, services and events as well as adoption and care information. All of it is sprinkled with lots of pictures of Oklahoma horses and their riders!