Warm weather and sunny days bring some specific changes to your horse's health. Here's what to be on watch for this season.
Confused by all the formulas out there? Here are the most common ingredients in joint nutraceuticals, what they do and the recommended levels
Hoof dressings serve a number of purposes, including one that might surprise you!
This Season, Make Sure You Have the Right Solutions
A complete guide to EQUUS magazine articles, columns and features from December 2012 (issue 423) through November 2013 (issue 434).
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.
Could the previous occupant of a gelding's stall have been the source of his unusual eye condition?
Understanding the language of weather reports will help you keep your horses safe. Here's the lingo you need to know.
Infections at injection sites are rare, but your veterinarian will still take steps to avoid them.
How a horse's head bobs up and down can be an important clue to lameness. Here's how to read what you see.
When your horse won't pick up the correct lead, poor training isn't usually to blame.