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.
A mare in Marion, Florida, has tested positive for the potentially deadly form of the virus, prompting strong cautionary statements from veterinary officials.
The pair, a dark brownish-red mare and a black-and-white gelding, were discovered missing in late February.
This free service linking employers and job seekers in Ontario's equine industry has been updated to improve usability.
Certain ongoing events will be allowed to continue as "bubbles" with no new horses being allowed to enter the venues and strict biosecurity protocols.
The free event will include shopping guides, educational video presentations by clinicians and video contests.
Biweekly educational and entertaining equine healthcare audio and video podcast for equine enthusiasts and seasoned equestrians
This is the second release in The Ideal Series, which is inspired by the works of artist Orren Mixer
The book contains statistics on breeding, import/export and sales trends, all of which appear to have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The story-telling podcast, produced and hosted by the editors of EQUUS magazine, underscores and celebrates the way horses enrich our lives.
The 16-year-old mare is a veteran therapy horse, having helped riders work towards independence for nearly a decade.
The program offers marketing tools and guidance to help promote riding lessons to service local communities.
Official Media and Education Partner of the US Equestrian Federation (US Equestrian)