Use this technique to protect yourself and your companions from a common trail hazard. READ MORE
British researchers find that some horses on pasture alone may pack on the pounds. READ MORE
With trails these days more crowded than ever with runners, bicyclists and more, try to make your encounters with other users as pleasant as possible. READ MORE
Researchers are developing a profile of horses most at risk for idiopathic focal eosinophilic enteritis (IFEE). READ MORE
Some fruit trees pose a threat to equine health.
To head off problems on the trail, make sure your leadership and connection with your horse are solid while you are still at home.
Make the most of your trail outing this season by revisiting a few basic training exercises now. READ MORE
by Mick McCluskey, BVSc, MACVSc
New research from Korea suggests that exercise reduces stress in horses, just as it does in people.
Researchers at the Jeju National University divided 61 horses into three groups: those who... READ MORE
by Jaana Hatton
While volunteering at a local rescue, I met a horse who touched my soul. READ MORE
by Eliza McGraw
When I reviewed sports pages from the 1920s, I was struck by how much we have in common with railbirds of a bygone era. READ MORE
by Christine Barakat with Melinda Freckleton, DVM
A full-scale safety check of your tack before each ride is ideal, but it’s not always possible. At a minimum, take a good look at the following locations as you tack up. If you find any... READ MORE
When last week's FEI World Endurance Championships in Slovakia made the news for all the wrong...
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