Equine laminitis isn't just a springtime problem. Here's why you need to remain on guard for laminitis well into the fall. READ MORE
EQUUS Editorial Assistant Kerry Tkacik goes on the road with Melinda Freckleton, DVM, in Northern Virgina. READ MORE
With a thorough inspection in early fall, you can make sure your horse blankets are ready for the cold weather to come. READ MORE
Take a moment to consider whether your feeding routine still provides the right amount of nutrients and calories for your horse.
Some fruit trees pose a threat to equine health.
Make the most of your trail outing this season by revisiting a few basic training exercises now. READ MORE
Here's what you can do before, during and after your ride to help keep your horse cool on the hottest summer days. READ MORE
She may be doing a good imitation, but that hairy black-and-yellow insect buzzing around your horse’s front legs is not a bee. It’s a female horse bot fly, intent on “gluing” her eggs to the most advantageous spots.
by Alica Laurido
A horse who exemplified heart, presence and courage, Topcat not only helped me become a successful trainer but a better human being as well. READ MORE
Use this technique to protect yourself and your companions from a common trail hazard. READ MORE
Researchers determine which methods for cooling down hooves work best to prevent laminitis. READ MORE
Anyone who ever wanted to be a vet has a chance to find out what it takes this fall as the National...
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