Is Your Horse Sleep Deprived? Watch These Videos to Learn More.

Watch videos of two horses with an equine sleep disorder have "sleep attacks" in this exclusive from the editors of EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

A Gray Gelding's Mysterious Hair Loss

by Christine Barakat A gelding's puzzling hair loss turns out to have an unexpected cause. By Christine Barakat for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Ovarian Tumor Surgery

by the Editors of EQUUS magazine The Case Report in the May 2006 issue of EQUUS describes the removal of a large ovarian tumor during a "standing" surgical procedure. These pictures show the final stages of the surgery and the tumor itself. (Warning: Photos are graphic.) READ MORE

A Mare Defies the Odds in Her Battle with Cancer

by Tom Moates A mare manages to defy the odds, not once, but twice after cancer diagnosis. By Tom Moates for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Field Guide to Herpesvirus in Horses

by Laurie Bonner Your horse is likely to encounter these herpesviruses, but you can reduce the chances that they will cause him harm. READ MORE

Fatal Genetic Disorder in Quarter Horse Foals Identified

by Laurie Bonner Research has identified a genetic mutation that leads to glycogen branching enzyme deficiency, a fatal condition in Quarter Horse foals. By Laurie Bonner for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Is Your Horse At Risk for West Nile Virus?

by Christine Barakat Researchers look at what makes horses more susceptible to the worst effects of West Nile virus. By Christine Barakat for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Red Maple Leaf Poisoning Scare

The wilted, poisoned leaves from a fallen red maple tree limb prove irresistible to an easygoing mare, and she nearly pays with her life. Written by Susan Owen for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Report: Findlay's Equine Herpesvirus Outbreak

by Joanne Meszoly Equine herpesvirus outbreaks can be caused by five different strains of the virus can happen anywhere, at anytime, as the University of Findlay discovered in early 2003. Written by Jo Meszoly for EQUUS Magazine. READ MORE

Dietary Controls for EPSM in Horses

by Toni McAllister Horses unable to process starchy grains are often reenergized by some simple dietary changes. Written by Toni McAllister. READ MORE

Managing EPSM in Horses

by Toni McAllister Learn more about EPSM--equine polysaccharide storage myopathy--a condition in which a horse is unable to process and burn the fuels provided by starchy grains. By Toni McAllister for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Who Owns Your Horse's X-rays?

by Christine Barakat For the best management of your records, learn how to access your horse's diagnostic images. By Christine Barakat for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Diagnosing Your Horse's Back Pain

When you suspect that your horse has a sore back, call in your veterinarian for an evaluation and treatment plan. By Vanessa Craft for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE

Defend Against West Nile Virus

This combination of preventative methods is the best way to combat the mosquito-borne disease. READ MORE

Simple ways to prevent winter colic

Minimize your horse's chance of colic during winter's coldest months. READ MORE

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