In 2014, the USEA will assess $1 per starter in every USEA-sponsored competition to fund equine medical research, targeting projects that will benefit sporthorses.
New diagnostic guidelines may help find equine Cushing's Disease in its early stages, when signs are mild.
Soreness in your horse's sacroiliac area is a pain in the croup.
Reports of Lyme disease in horses are on the rise. Here's what you need to know.
Research has uncovered answers as to the formation of these rocklike objects in some horse intestines and is helping owners prevent them.
Find out how you can protect your horses, whether you're a barn owner or boarder.
A mild winter with little snow and a warm, early spring may have some unwanted effects on horse health and hay prices.
Learn what treatments such as acupuncture, chiropractic, rolfing, herbal remedies and homeopathy can and can't do for your horse.
Sugar, a descendent of key Quarter Horse foundation sires, was used to sequence the first genome of her breed.
What genetic variations make each breed of horse unique? What roles do those variations play
Learn how to assess and reduce the risks your horse faces from contagious viruses, bacteria and other organisms.
An Australian study recommends that the hoof used as the model of health for natural hoofcare should be reconsidered.
A study shows that stacking two anti-inflammatories is no more effective at easing lameness in horses than giving just one NSAID.
If you compete in rated shows, here's what you need to know to keep your horse healthy and maintain a level playing field.
A revolutionary process allows wood shavings from horse bedding to be reused.
A new FDA-approved medication to treat Cushing's disease (PPID) in horses is now available.