Laurie Prinz started at EQUUS as a Senior Editor in 1989 and worked her way up to Editor in the decades since. In addition to learning all that she can about horses, Laurie enjoys training her Whippets for agility competition.
The True Tales section of EQUUS illustrates, time and again, that horses are wonderful creatures who enrich our lives.
Many things have changed since EQUUS published its first issue in 1977, but one thing hasn’t and never will.
Need a break from the craziness of the world today? Check out the EQUUS Barn Stories podcast.
A little-discussed provision of the 2021 omnibus spending package passed by Congress at the end of the year will make life safer and more comfortable for America's racehorses.
Along with vaccination, these commonsense measures can protect horses from this deadly disease.
With modern vaccines and wound management practices, tetanus is almost a thing of the past. But the threat persists, so it’s wise to remember which horses are most at risk and why.
The new COVID-19 vaccines will soon put an end to this terrible pandemic, so let your mind wander to the many destinations and adventures that lie ahead.
Take our quiz to see how well you know the technologies most often used to detect and evaluate health problems in horses.
As Americans give thanks for our many blessings, this is a good time to reflect on the individuals and institutions that help make our lives and those of our horses so much better.
As America faces unprecedented health, economic and social challenges, how can we preserve what’s best about the horse world while addressing problems that have persisted for decades?
An EQUUS article from a decade ago serves as a reminder of how horses keep us centered even in challenging times.