New pasture growth poses risks for horses prone to laminitis. Here are some precautions to take as fields go from winter brown to spring green. READ MORE
Test your laminitis knowledge with our 12-question quiz. READ MORE
How likely is your horse to develop this devastating hoof condition? Take our 8-question survey to find out. READ MORE
How to recognize and treat chronic laminitis, a frustrating and potentially devastating hoof condition. READ MORE
Treatment options for an orthopedic issue commonly called “knuckling over.”
Research from Australia suggests that certain breeds may be more susceptible to insulin resistance and other health issues. READ MORE
As researchers gain a greater understanding of the causes of this devastating foot disease, you can tailor your preventive strategies to meet your horse’s needs.
April 24, 2012 -- EquiSearch.com and EQUUS magazine will host "Laminitis Lessons: A Webinar for Every Horse Owner," a free webinar with veterinarian Donald Walsh on April 25th at 8:00 p.m. ET. READ MORE
Learn to recognize the slow-onset form of laminitis so you can spot trouble early and summon your veterinarian before major damage is done. READ MORE
Watery eyes are often caused by blocked tear ducts, which can be remedied with a simple veterinary procedure. READ MORE
Human skin can easily absorb Fly Spray chemicals.
Are you and your family taking all the right precautions? If you use Fly Sprays, can you still be eco-friendly?
STEP 1: Identify Your Fly Spray... 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
Turn a “Bad Dog!” moment in to a “Who’s a Good Boy!?!” prize the next time your four-legged barn buddy finds a mud puddle. READ MORE
by Jonathan Field
To reform a horse who is ill-mannered at the pasture gate, revisit basic groundwork exercises and establish your leadership. READ MORE
by Laurie Bonner
You’re preparing your horse for a 200-mile trailer ride to your new home. You know the trip will be stressful, but you plan to wrap his legs carefully, make sure he’s up-to-date on his... READ MORE
A new option for clearing large accumulations of sand from a horse’s gut shows promise. READ MORE
Dark Horse is a classic "Nags to Riches" film with the Hollywood's classic horse-story arc: a band...
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