Diagnosis and treatment of injuries in this complex joint of the horse have never been easier, thanks to advances in research and technology.
Diagnostic imaging aid evaluation of a former race horse’s hock injury
Two new studies report statistics of transport-related equine injuries
What is the role of screening MRI and young racehorse lower limb injury history in preventing catastrophic racing injuries?
Racehorses are statistically vulnerable to fetlock injuries. What can be done to prevent them?
A racing industry database shows a slight decrease in the rate of fatal breakdowns in 2014.
Horse Health Can Be Impaired By Excessive Ammonia
If your horse has been idle over the winter, take some time to tone him up to avoid injuries from stressing unfit muscles.
You can't witness every minor injury your horse sustains in real time. Here's how to tell if that lump is old or new, and what to do about it.
What's better than the successful rehabilitation of a tendon or ligament injury? One that doesn't happen at all. Here are some precautions to minimize injury.
Wounds to your horse’s tongue can easily go unnoticed— but that doesn’t mean they can be ignored.
An unusual injury to the withers casts doubt on the future of an easygoing gelding.
The odd location of a tendon injury turns out to be good news for a talented young cow horse.
Here's how to apply a hoof bandage that will stay put and keep the wound clean.
What was causing a gelding's eye to water wasn't nearly as baffling as how it got where it did.
Deciding whether to use ice or heat on an equine injury depends on many factors. Here's a quick guide to when and why each therapy is most effective.
After sustaining two severe hoof injuries as a yearling that threatened both his soundness and his life, a gelding named Fritz defies the odds of recovery.