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Mehndi Designs for Countless Occasions

11th October 2011
Mehndi designs play a vital role in the marriages, especially in Indian, Pakistani and Arabic marriages. Majorly four types of mehndi designs are there Indian, Pakistani, Arabic and African Mehandi designs. Pakistani mehndi designs as the name indicates... Read >
Author: Nisha Soni

How to Bridle a Horse... Correctly!

05th May 2010
Do you want to know how to correctly bridle your horse? Bridling a horse is not as easy as it may seem. If you do it incorrectly, it may be become traumatic for the horse. The rider may be affected or injured as well. Before bridling a horse, you mu... Read >
Author: Annabelle Cabella

3 Tips For Horse Trail Riding

05th May 2010
Do you want trail riding tips? Horse trail riding is full of fun and adventure. However, it can go bad quickly when you or your horse suffer injuries and other problems on the trail that could have been avoided with proper horse training. Trail riding ... Read >
Author: Annabelle Cabella

Monitor Barn Plans –The Ideal Solution

06th January 2010
If you own horses or other livestock, it is essential to build a monitor barn to house them. Though this might seem to be an expensive proposition, it is so only if you use professional services. You can reduce the costs greatly if you were to build one y... Read >
Author: Kevin M. Brown

Snaffle Bit - An Equestrian Tack Guide How to Find the Right Snaffle Bit for Your Horse

19th July 2009
Snaffle bit is one of the most common types of bit, which is that part of the bridle that goes in the mouth of the pony. A bridle contains a bit, reins and headstall that holds the bit. It is used by riders to direct the pony when pony riding. Snaffle bit... Read >
Author: Lurgine Ga

Snaffle Bit - An Equestrian Tack Guide Understanding Snaffle Bits

17th July 2009
A snaffle bit is one of the commonest sorts of bits that are used in riding a pony. A bit is part of the bridle, which is used to direct a horse, that goes in the mouth of the horse. A bit is held by a headstall and is fastened by the reins. There are man... Read >
Author: Carson Preston
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