Warm weather and sunny days bring some specific changes to your horse's health. Here's what to be on watch for this season. READ MORE
Peeling, flaking hooves look alarming, but are a normal consequence of dry summer weather. READ MORE
Summer sores are caused by the infected larvae of stomach worms, which are deposited into skin abrasions on horses. Learn how to control and prevent these unsightly skin lesions. By Jayne Pedigo for EquiSearch.com. READ MORE
Some fruit trees pose a threat to equine health.
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
New research suggests that special care may be required when planning the vaccination schedules of horses with PPID. 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... READ MORE
by Kerry McNamara
In the wake of a tragedy, my love for a special horse pulled me from the depths of a depression. READ MORE
by Heather Smith Thomas
A wide array of therapeutic options can help ease equine back pain.
Polish researchers find a correlation between the weather and a horse's mood. READ MORE
The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) announced an initiative to protect the...
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