When a horse becomes resistant out of the blue it's important to determine why he is acting out.... more
Learn the causes and signs of photosensitivity in horses. By A. Jeffries for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE
On summer days, it can be difficult to distinguish normal fatigue and sweatiness from dangerous heat stress in horses. Here's what to look for and how to safeguard your horse's well-being. READ MORE
If you will be trailering a horse in the summer, these tips will help keep your horse cool during transport. READ MORE
Patience and desensitization techniques can help a horse settle in at a new barn.
Frigid winter weather may limit your riding, but you can put your "downtime" to good use by organizing and upgrading your grooming kit. Here are some basic steps for an overhaul that will make your daily chores a little easier: READ MORE
In many cases, what makes the difference in horse grooming results is not talent but technique. Observe several skillful groomers at work and you are likely to notice similarities in how they approach READ MORE
Ready to restock your grooming kit? Grooming to Win author Susan Harris helps you comb through the options.
Colorado joins Texas in the fight against vesicular stomatitis (VS) in horses as five horses in two...
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