Researchers have "edited" the genes in an equine embryo, raising the possibility of producing horses with custom-designed DNA.
The new space will accommodate routine and advanced equine reproductive care.
What do you really know about ponies? Here's a short EQUUS pop quiz to test your smarts on the little but mighty.
With a little preparation, you can increase the chances that your newest herd member will arrive without a hitch. By Christine Barakat for EQUUS magazine.
When it comes to modern horse breeding, have technological advancements helped or hurt?
Research suggests a correlation between a mare’s age and the gender of her offspring.
When a foal loses his dam, he'll need help to grow both physically and mentally. Here's how to meet those challenges.
Understanding normal mare and foal behavior will help you identify health and management problems before they become critical.
The care a foal receives during his first 24 hours of life can make all the difference for his future. By Pat Adkins for EQUUS magazine.
Cloned foals may offer a way to carry on the genetic makeup for superior athletic success. By Joanne Meszoly for EQUUS magazine.
Equine cloning is now a viable option as two companies offer commercial cloning services. By Joanne Meszoly for EQUUS magazine.
Researchers at Texas A&M University find evidence that a rare metal may help protect newborn foals from pneumonia. From the editors of EQUUS magazine.
The American Quarter Horse Association restricts future registration of HYPP gene carriers. By Joanne Meszoly for EQUUS magazine.
July 29, 2005 -- Horsecloning.com opened a horse cloning opportunity to the public and announced the cost. Only one slot is available this year with a deadline of August 15.
Researchers at the University of Idaho cloned three mule colts in May 2003. Here's how they did it. By Christine Barakat for EQUUS Magazine.
Research has identified a genetic mutation that leads to glycogen branching enzyme deficiency, a fatal condition in Quarter Horse foals. By Laurie Bonner for EQUUS magazine.
Are you interested in adopting a wild horse? The Bureau of Land Management can help you find the right mustang. By Joanne Meszoly for EQUUS magazine.
Discover the history, characteristics and uses of the unique Icelandic Horse. Written for EquiSearch by Jayne Pedigo.
The Missouri Fox Trotter, known for its comfortable gait, is one of the oldest American horse breeds. Learn more about this attractive horse and its unique gait.
Genetics expert Phillip Sponenberg, DVM, PhD, addresses the differences between "breed" and "purebred." By the Editors of EQUUS magazine.
EquiSearch readers chat with veterinarian and on foal imprinting behavior expert Robert Miller, DVM.
The Haflinger is best known for its distinctive coloring. Its many other qualities make it a versatile pony, in harness and under saddle.
How a leisurely read of the classified ads ended up with a Percheron mare being added to the family. Written by Jayne Pedigo for EquiSearch.