Conformation and training schedules can contribute to this common inflammatory condition affecting the horse's cannon bone.
Although your conditioning program will need to be customized based on your horse's specific needs, you can start with this basic framework for bringing back a healthy, young horse who was previously fit.
To help your horse bounce back from exertion, turn him out with his buddies rather than putting him in a stall.
Exercising while immersed in water can not only help a horse speed recovery from illness or injury but can aid in restoring strength and stamina.
Here are some tips to help you differentiate between a horse that needs conditioning and one that needs medical attention.
Avoid stressing your horse's lungs this winter by saving tough rides for milder days.
Any horse can benefit from a simple strength-training routine. Here's how to safely build your horse's muscle power.
An equine veterinarian helps a reader with divided time develop a schedule to exercise her out of shape horses.
When it comes to a horse's head and neck carriage, fashion can be torture. Function is therapy. And forget the word "frame."
Founding EQUUS Medical Editor Mathew Mackay-Smith, DVM, addresses a reader's concerns about equine conditioning in preparation for long summer trail rides.