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.
At the end of 2020, 117 horses lived on the North Carolina barrier island, including two 27-year-old mares.
Zimeta is the first and only approved drug to control fever in horses.
The National Academies of Sciences report also recommends revising the scar rule.
Information gathered from rescues, adoption centers, shelters and other organizations will be used to enhance programming for transitioning and at-risk equines.
Only one horse on the property was affected and has since tested negative for the virus twice.
The organization's board of directors voted to cancel several championship shows due to COVID-19 risks.
The commission is charged with studying the status of equine health and emerging equine health issues.
The "Tuesday Talk" series from Virginia Tech begins on January 12 and runs through April.
Bella gets so excited, she must have money on the favorite.
Combining beautiful cinematography with expert interviews, Wild Lands Wild Horses seeks to tell the story of America’s wild horses
Each player of this free online game has the chance to win rare Secretariat "rookie" trading cards.
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