Research shows that the direction of a horse's "cowlicks" provides clues to how he will behave when he spooks.
New research suggests equine influenza virus is zoonotic
Researchers say polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology can be indispensable for investigating difficult cases of rainrot..
Research shows that riders are more likely to be safety conscious if their fellow equestrians have similar habits and views.
DNA analysis suggests that gaited horses were brought from the British Isles to the North Atlantic island by the Norse people.
A yawn can signal something other than boredom or drowsiness, it may mean a horse is frustrated or unhappy.
It's long been know that obese horses are more likely to develop insulin resistance. Now we may know why.
In the United Kingdom and parts of Europe, a simple saliva test can now be used to identify tapeworm infections in horses.
Statistics show a 14 percent drop in fatal injuries to Thoroughbred racehorses at American racetracks from 2014 to 2015.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a tablet form of the COX-2 selective firocoxib, sold under the name Equioxx.
Research shows that the way manure samples are handled can affect the accuracy of fecal egg counts.
Feeding practices may help heal minor developmental bone lesions
A simple procedure can reduce a horse's risk of developing a common type of colic.
New study shows anxiety consistent among horses exposed to pyrotechnics..
New research suggests that vaccines against equine influenza virus (EIV) and equine herpesvirus types 1 and 4 (EHV-1/4) can safely be given on the same day.
Abnormally high pressure within the eye linked to detachment of the Descemet’s membrane.
New research suggests that one type of sporadic lung infection can be diagnosed without a biopsy.
New study shows that horses are capable of using a mode of communication often used by dogs.
Research shows that alfalfa hay can induce primary photosensitive reactions in horses.
Researchers are close to identifying a gene that may make some horses easier to handle than others.
A protozoal infection mainly found in Mexico, South America and Central America, has been diagnosed in a horse in Texas.
New research shows that horses transported long distances with a commercial shipping company had low risk of associated health problems.
Research shows that horses recognize and react to human emotions expressed by facial cues alone.
A growing body of research suggests that horses can enter a depression-like state as a reaction to their environment or chronic pain.
By the fall of 2018, horses competing in the hunter/jumper, jumper and equitation divisions must be ID microchips.
A protozoal infection previously seen only in Mexico, South America and Central America has been detected in a horse in Texas.
By the fall of 2018, horses competing in the hunter/jumper, jumper and equitation divisions of United States Equestrian Federation-recognized events must be microchipped for identification purposes.
Researchers in Japan are close to identifying a gene that may make some horses easier to handle than others.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved Quest Plus Gel for use in breeding, pregnant and lactating mares.
The first vaccine that protects horses against the bacterial infection leptospirosis is now available.
Swiss researchers have located a gene that controls height in Shetland Ponies and other pony breeds.