If your horse has been idle over the winter, take some time to tone him up to avoid injuries from stressing unfit muscles. READ MORE
Here's how to recognize and treat some common equine winter skin conditions. READ MORE
Some fruit trees pose a threat to equine health.
NSAID cream offers targeted treatment. By Christine Barakat for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE
Essential to equine soundness, hyaluronan is a key ingredient in synovial fluid as well as in supplements intended to protect horse joints from wear and tear. READ MORE
Arthritis typically begins to appear in middle-aged horses. However, there are steps you can take to protect your horse's joints throughout his life. READ MORE
Lumps below the fetlock on your horse's pastern can mean trouble. Here's how to identify irregularities on the horse's pastern and learn which are serious problems and which are merely blemishes. By Emily Kilby for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE
Consider these four questions when getting your horse ready for transport. READ MORE
You can help stop flies from tormenting your horses, in 3 easy steps. Are flies putting your horse at risk for Strangles? STEP 1: Identify The Fly How can improper fly trap use turn my fly problem... READ MORE
by Press Release
Hosts registered for the Time to Ride Challenge have a unique opportunity to host a local screening of the film Spirit Riders. READ MORE
A return to showing after 20 years away brings a new perspective on what really matters. READ MORE
Consider these three things when your horse has a wound and the temperature is below freezing. READ MORE
Watery eyes are often caused by blocked tear ducts, which can be remedied with a simple veterinary procedure. READ MORE
by Janet Jones, PhD
Better body awareness will not only help you ride better but can enhance your ability to communicate with your horse.
A new study suggests that dominant mares will not necessarily produce foals that rank high in the herd hierarchy. READ MORE
Although the popularity of this fibrous feedstuff continues to grow, misconceptions about it remain.
A unique surgical approach to reposition a gelding’s displaced colon eliminates the risks normally associated with general anesthesia. READ MORE
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