Gather widespread information about equine illnesses and injuries with a focus on symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, as well as up-to-date studies and new vaccines so you have access to the most relevant information for your horse’s well being.
Researchers studying ultrasounds of racehorses with superficial digital flexor tendon injuries are creating a scientific method to determine a horse’s chance of a full recovery.
Research sheds new light on a divisive training technique, hyperflexion—a position in which a horse’s nose is behind the vertical.
Here are a few things you should know about some common injuries in hunters, jumpers and equitation horses.
Scientists have created the first vaccine that can protect horses from leptospirosis, an infectious bacterial disease that has been linked to equine recurrent uveitis (ERU, or moon blindness), late-term abortion in pregnant mares and other serious effects