This serious disorder means a major lifestyle change for affected horses.
This German Olympic gold medalist tells clinic riders to focus on riding forward in balance—not on the distance—for a safer jump.
Determine whether to shoe your horse or let him go barefoot based on his individual needs.
A few simple rules will help you decide which blanket to choose when.
Be prepared to manage a minor injury or stabilize a serious wound with a well-stocked and accessible emergency first-aid kit.
Make your horse’s environment as natural as possible and maintain a consistent management routine to keep him healthy and happy.
Lifelong horseman Mike Smallwood was honored with the U.S. Eventing Association Volunteer of the Year Award for his dedication to the sport.
For better behavior and performance, consider treatments and management techniques when dealing with a mare’s heat-related issues.
Manage this cranial-nerve disorder to give your horse a better quality of life.
Improve your awareness of the telltale signs of equine sinus disease so you can react quickly to resolve major issues.
To keep your horse warm and safe in winter, adopt the tried-and-true practices of a pro.
Degenerative joint disease, or osteoarthritis, is an irreversible condition, but careful management of symptoms will keep your horse moving freely.
Whether your horse is playing in the field or flying high over fences, his airway function is critical to peak performance and overall health.
Learn about this common contagious bacterial skin disease called dermatophilosis, where treatment is critical and prevention is often a matter of good hygiene.
Riders at a clinic with Great Britain’s four-star eventer Francis Whittington work on getting their horses to think for themselves.