What you need to know for June

Break Your Horse's Trail-Snacking Habits

A horse who eats on the trail isn't paying attention to his rider. Here's how to redirect his focus. READ MORE


Jonathan Field: Taming a trail terror

To head off problems on the trail, make sure your leadership and connection with your horse are solid while you are still at home. READ MORE


A Buyer's Guide To Trail Saddles

In many ways, shopping for a trail saddle is the same as choosing one for any other sport or activity. The quality of the materials, construction and design lead the list of initial considerations,... READ MORE


Tips for trailering your horse in summer

If you will be trailering a horse in the summer, these tips will help keep your horse cool during transport. READ MORE


Are fruit trees safe in horse pastures?

Q: Some fruit trees pose a threat to equine health.


Spotlight on: Trail Riding

Jonathan Field: Taming a trail terror

To head off problems on the trail, make sure your leadership and connection with your horse are solid while you are still at home. READ MORE


Spotlight

7 Things to Teach Your Trail Horse

Make the most of your trail outing this season by revisiting a few basic training exercises now. READ MORE


Article Archive

When to adjust vaccination plans

by Christine Barakat with Melinda Freckleton, DVM Changing circumstances may mean that your horse needs different or additional vaccinations. READ MORE


Foal-Proof Fencing

Are you waiting for a new foal to arrive? Take some time to check your fencing before he arrives to ensure his safety after hes born. READ MORE


Spotting signs of equine depression

by Mick McCluskey, BVSc, MACVSc A growing body of research suggests that horses can enter a depression-like state as a reaction to their environment or chronic pain. READ MORE


A Price of Progress?

by Donald M. Walsh, DVM Laminitis associated with lush grass is the most common form of the condition today, but it was hardly known a century ago. Why? READ MORE


Q&A: A rash of hoof abscesses

Q: I have a 13-year-old Clydesdale gelding who, up until last year, had never had any health issues. Now, however, he seems to have developed a susceptibility for hoof abscesses. At one point... READ MORE


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