Research sheds new light on a divisive training technique.
Equine allergies can be caused by a number of different agents. Find out about the signs, triggers and possible treatments.
Here are a few things you should know about some
common injuries in hunters, jumpers and equitation horses.
Scientists are working to create a therapeutic vaccine to treat equine melanomas.
If you keep horses in the West or Southwest, a contagious viral disease called vesicular stomatitis should be on your radar.
Microchips are fast becoming the preferred way to identify horses, replacing tattoos, brands and other traditional methods. Now a new rule set to take effect in 2018 will require microchip ID for horses in most nationally recognized hunter, jumper and hunt-seat equitation classes.
A recent study shows that horses on high-grain rations spent more time being alert for signs of danger than those on an all-hay diet.
New research on a devastating disorder is leading treatment advances and prevention.
Recent studies show that horses are sounder and move better when their rider is fitter.
Using acoustoelastography to monitor SDFT injury healing is one of the studies being funded by the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation.
Scientists have discovered a virus that triggers a life-threatening liver disease in horses, solving a longstanding medical mystery.
Correct trimming and shoeing are essential parts of horse care. Understanding their core principles will help you identify a job well done.