Welcome to EQUUS, the magazine more horse owners turn to for advice and information. EQUUS covers all breeds and riding disciplines. Our main interest is providing important information about horses in the most interesting and enjoyable way possible. Each quarter the EQUUS team presents the latest on equine research, horse care information and training techniques—it’s a must-read for people dedicated to their horses and the equestrian lifestyle.
Alex Cruz lost his irons out of the gate, but the filly he was on stayed focused and the duo overtook the competition to finish first.
All samples, from humans and horses, have tested negative for detectable banned substances.
The University of Florida will partner with the center to provide state-of-the-art care in a new 40,000 square-foot facility.
Caused by a virus that is spread mainly by mosquitoes, EEE disease damages a horse’s central nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord.
The Wild Beauty Foundation launches 2021 “Wild Horse” creative writing competition; submissions close on September 30.
The “Trails Are Common Ground,” initiative elevates the importance of respectful, inclusive, safe and enjoyable experiences for all trail users.
Required blood concentrations for any potential efficacy would require a lethal dose for humans, experts say.
A decade after the last survey, officials in Kentucky seek to learn more about current conditions in the equine industry of the Bluegrass State.
Equine advocates urge voting against the bill unless anti-slaughter language is reinstated.
Vaccination against the virus is considered a "core" immunization, recommended for every horse in the United States.
New California program will coordinate training and responses statewide to better aid domestic animals and livestock during emergencies.
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