Author's Articles

When blanketing is a necessity

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Some horses need no help keeping warm, but there are two situations when a blanket is a necessity. READ MORE


The hazards of landscaping waste

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Well-intentioned neighbors may think landscape trimmings are a tasty treat for your horse, but some could have deadly consequences. READ MORE


Equine Vaccination Basics

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Vaccines are among the most effective weapons for protecting horses against the ravages of disease. Learn how vaccinations work to protect your horse and view two sample vaccination schedules, for the pleasure horse & performance horse. READ MORE


Are Markings Inherited?

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
An expert in equine color genetics explains how pedigree influences the presence and positioning of white markings. READ MORE


5 Ways to break bad gate behaviors

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
A horse who pulls, slows or balks by the gate can be dangerous. Here's how to break that habit. READ MORE


How to Keep your Horse's Tail Healthy

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Your horse's tail is more than just pretty. Keep a close eye on the underside of his tailbone to ensure the area is healthy. READ MORE


Four Things to Toss from your Feed Room

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
When your feed room is in disarray, start the clean up by pitching these items. READ MORE


Reducing Mosquito Populations

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Mosquitoes can carry a number of harmful diseases. Try these techniques to reduce mosquito populations on your farm or ranch. READ MORE


Wash Stall Safety

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Keep these safety tips in mind the next time you're in the wash stall with your horse. READ MORE


Just ticklish or something serious?

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Some horses are more sensitive than others, and that's normal. But there are some signs that could mean it's something more serious. READ MORE


Indispensable Iodine

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Most first-aid kits contain iodine, the reddish-orange solution used to clean skin and wounds. Here's a quick rundown on the different formulations. READ MORE


When Resistance Develops Suddenly

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
When a horse becomes resistant out of the blue it's important to determine why he is acting out. Trainer Tim Hayes discusses how to fix the problem. READ MORE


Gearing Up for a Tack Sale

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Tack sales are great for clearing clutter and making a few bucks. Here are some tips for a successful day of selling. READ MORE


How to Help Wounds Heal

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Most minor skin wounds are not cause for worry. Still, you'll want to do everything you can to support the healing process. READ MORE


Safe and Secure Round Pens

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine
Ensure that your round pen is in good working order by inspecting its footing and fencing. READ MORE


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