The EQUUS Spring issue now at the printer is chock full of advice on handling seasonal horsekeeping challenges but it offers a whole lot more.
If you’re like most riders, you’d love to go swimming with your horse, but do your homework ahead of time to make sure you’ll both be safe.
How a horse's head bobs up and down can be an important clue to lameness. Here's how to read what you see.
A study shows that sunlight can be especially damaging for horses with HERDA.
Nominate your Favorite Equine Professional for the 2016 EQUUS Professional Horseman Award
When a routine prepurchase exam turns up an unusual cardiac condition, a mare defies the textbooks by thriving.
After surviving a massive heart attack, I put one goal at the top of my bucket list---to own my own horse.
Thirty years after the publication of Centered Riding, a leading instructor and clinician describes how Sally Swift changed her approach to riding, teaching and life.
In a life devoted to teaching, grading papers and other work of the mind, horses help keep me grounded.
From the first time I saw Sophie I knew she was the horse for me.
My horse’s injury put a halt to my competitive dreams, but the bond we developed during his recovery meant more than any award ever could.
Last Christmas Eve, I was reminded that my job cleaning up pastures may not be the heart of the horse world, but to me it is the soul.
We had to live this moment together: you to leave, and me to accept your going.
Buddy didn’t have the kinds of talents that make a horse famous, but he had those that we cherish the most.
The (re)Start is Everything: The Ultimate Guide to Starting and Re-Starting your Horse
Researchers find that when it comes to tasting sweet foods, you and your horse have something in common.
An overly flexed head carriage is linked to physiological stress.
Your horse can see better in the dark than you might think.
The diagnosis of EHV-2 keratitis---inflammation of the cornea---is controversial and requires more research.
A newborn foal urinating from a hole in his abdomen looks frightening, but the situation isn't as dire as it seems.
As your youngster makes the transition to independence, look for signs that he is overly stressed by the weaning process.
Ensure that your round pen is in good working order by inspecting its footing and fencing.
When a gelding gets his hind leg trapped in the bars of his stall, his owners jump into action to free and save him.