For your horse’s sake, resist the urge to try scratches remedies you haven’t heard of before. Many unconventional preparations don't work; others may do more harm than good.
Citing welfare concerns, the international sport organization decrees that horses with trimmed muzzle, eye or outer-ear hair will be disqualified from events.
Trim your horse-keeping expenses by buying some of your incidentals at your local dollar store.
When time constraints or nasty weather keep you from giving your horse a bath, these products can help him look his best.
Just in time for for Amazon Prime Day, the EQUUS editors reveal their favorite picks for keeping horses clean and looking sharp.
Ready to restock your grooming kit? Grooming to Win author Susan Harris helps you comb through the options.
Are you shampoo savvy when it comes to bathing your horse? Take this Pop Quiz to find out.
Let your horse's lifestyle dictate how much coat you remove this winter.
The secret to bringing out your horse’s natural shine lies in understanding how his hair grows.
Do these 5 things at the end of the season to ensure that your clippers will last as long as possible.
Here's what to include in your 'groom-on-the-go' kit.
Quick and easy techniques for keeping your horse mud-free when it's too cold for a bath.
Here are some home remedies for removing sap from your horse's mane, tail and coat.
Keep these safety tips in mind the next time you're in the wash stall with your horse.
A grooming expert explains how to help encourage your horse's hair to grow.
An equine genetic expert explains more about these unusual white coat markings.
Here are some basic steps for a grooming-kit overhaul that will make your daily chores a little easier:
Interrupt the lifecycle of these parasites by removing their eggs when you can.
Here's a quick look at some coat-color modifications that go beyond the familiar spots of a Paint or Appaloosa.
Equine shedding season can mean only one thing, you will be finding your horse's hair everywhere you go. Use one or two of these tactics to help him lose his winter coat quicker.
Here's what you need to know about those skin lumps, bumps and bald patches on your horse that you can probably handle on your own.