Approaches to diagnosing and managing pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID) are fairly consistent around the world.
The reasons for equine miscarriage are often elusive.
Bacteria are not always the culprits in post-colic surgery infections at the incision site.
A new way to prevent insect bite hypersensitivity is in the works.
Researchers may soon be able to explain why some mares reject their offspring.
Researchers discover that eye injuries are surprisingly common among horses who undergo general anesthesia.
Surgery could offer a long-lasting fix for the hormonal condition, says one Canadian researcher.
Researchers found that surgery resulted in improved outcomes in horses with an inflammatory injury to the cranial nuchal bursa.
Using materials developed for human dental work can cause significant problems in horses.
Taking more submissive body postures when working with horses can be more helpful in certain situations.
New study confirms that many American horses are exposed to the organisms that cause equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM).
Study confirms association between training on hard footing and musculoskeletal injuries.
New research shows that a simple stall-side blood test can determine whether a horse’s cough is caused by infectious disease or a chronic inflammatory condition.
Researchers recently looked into this question and the answer may surprise you.
Researchers find that Przewalski horses express themselves vocally in different ways than domestic horses.
Study finds more than 90 percent of owner are were pleased with the outcome of their horse's enucleation surgery.
Research data has shown that higher protein diets lead to significant increases in the nitrogen levels in urine, affecting air quality in a horse's stall.
Horses who aren't paying attention to their surroundings may be in pain, according to researchers.
Kicks from horses wearing metal shoes are more likely to cause serious injury to pasturemates than those from unshod horses.
Study finds that 45 percent of owners did not recognize the early signs of the devastating hoof condition.
Replicating compression during birth can help foals with neonatal maladjustment syndrome "wake up."
Many horses with certain suspensory ligament injuries recover and return to work.
Accumulated gas in the bellow of a horse with sand colic can predict if the horse will need surgery.
Research shows that horses who had implants placed at the time an eye is removed had seven-fold greater odds of infection.
Researchers find the trigeminal nerve may contribute to the condition differently than it does to human facial pain.
Regular monitoring of a specific protein can help track effects of treatment of penetrating synovial injuries in horses.
University of California–Davis researchers have identified two genetic mutations responsible for “tiger eye” in Puerto Rican Paso Fino horses.
Groups of microorganisms that stick to each other to form colonies in a slimy layer covering living or non-living surfaces, biofilms can slow or halt healing.
Researchers have found a link between prematurity, bone disorders and performance.
A study found that transport injuries are more common than previously thought and specific driver behaviors increase the risk
This arthritic condition of a joint at the base of the skull can lead to severe neurological impairment.
Research from the Netherlands suggests that hoof problems are surprisingly widespread among horses.
A study of Old Grey Kladruber horses suggests that the heritability of insect bite hypersensitivity (sweet itch) is “medium to high.”
A study from Colorado State University shows that removing a mare’s ovaries can be done safely without general anesthesia.