Is pasture ever safe for horses with PPID?

If a horse's PPID is well controlled by medication and management, he may be able to enjoy some grazing. But his risk of developing laminitis depends on several factors.

Researchers found no correlation between coat color and behavior, but did find some behaviors—such as being hard to catch—were more common among horses of a particular gender.

To predict laminitis risk look at a horse’s neck

A cresty neck is a reliable indicator of increased risk for metabolic syndrome and associated laminitis in horses.

To prevent Red Maple poisoning, be aware of the source of leaves that fall into your horse's pasture.

The dangers of "Football Weather"

The first cool days of fall offer a welcome respite from summer heat, but they also bring an increased risk of laminitis.