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Anatomy

Anatomy

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Anatomy

Learn all about equine anatomy—check out these horse-health articles that range from digestive and hoof health, to massage therapy and even conformation information which can help you make the best choice when searching for a horse for your discipline.

Sore Horse Withers

by Elaine Pascoe

Withers are often overlooked as a cause of trouble, but even small problems here can directly affect your horse’s performance.

Relieve Your Horse's Back Tightness with Massage

by Jo-Ann Wilson

You can address some types of back pain in your horse with a safe, simple sportsmassage technique.

Architecture of the Equine Digestive System

Learn about the equine digestive system to make the best choices in what and how to feed your horse.

Natural Foot Model: Not Perfect?

by Elaine Pascoe

An Australian study recommends that the hoof used as the model of health for natural hoofcare should be reconsidered.

21 Sport Horse Conformation Questions with John Madden

Show jumping trainer John Madden answers your questions from his conformation evaluation webinar.

Webinar: Evaluating Horse Conformation for Potential Ability with John Madden

Practical Horseman presents a horse conformation webinar with show-jumping trainer John Madden. Brought to you by Purina Mills?.

What Is "Serviceably Sound"?

You've likely heard the term, but what does it mean? A veterinarian--who's also an event rider--explains.

2012 George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session Day 3: McLain Ward and Joint Health

by Stacey Nedrow-Wigmore

McLain Ward works on courses and water jumps at the 2012 George Morris Horsemastership Training Session.

Managing Mares In Heat

by Elaine Pascoe

Influence your mare's cycle for performance-related reasons or for horse breeding.

Oops! My Horse Stumbles!

by Elaine Pascoe

Stumbling in horses is serious business. Here's advice from a veterinarian and a trainer on dealing with this dangerous problem.

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