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Russellville Manor is a full service equestrian facility offering boarding, training,  riding lessons, and on-site trails. We cater to horse enthusiasts from the pleasure rider through the A circuit. 

Horse News
 


Do Pectin and Lecithins Help Equine Gastric Health?
Many gastric-support supplements include pectin and lecithins. Find out how the might help horses with EGUS.


Charcoal Can Help Horses At Risk for Atypical Myopathy
Activated charcoal administered via a nasogastric tube might help stop the intoxication process that can lead to death.


Most Foals Do Well in Cold Environments
Most weanlings turned out with shelters in the winter had no more respiratory issues than those kept in stables, researchers found.


Consider History, Environment When Managing Equine Asthma
Adjusting a horse's environment and administering medications as needed can help asthmatic equids return to function.
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