With the right management, this disorder doesn’t have to be a death sentence for your horse’s performance career.
These expert insights will help you distinguish harmless blemishes from potential lameness issues.
Two vets give you the inside scoop, from causes and prevention, to treatment, rehab and prognosis.
The latest research has shown that a high-energy diet could increase a foal's chances of developing a developmental joint disease.
A pilot study examines if whole-body vibration therapy is effective for treating chronic lameness.
A new diagnostic test called EquiSal uses a horse’s saliva to determine tapeworm load.
Studies have shown that music can help reduce anxiety-related behaviors in horses.
Researchers are trying out the use of endoscopic cameras to help diagnose hindgut problems in horses.
Sarcoids, the most common types of equine tumors, could be linked to genetics.
Insights to help you understand and decide if insuring your horse is the right choice for you.
As internal equine parasites grow defiant in the face of traditional deworming tactics, it may be time to change your battle plan.