Research sheds new light on a divisive training technique, hyperflexion—a position in which a horse’s nose is behind the vertical.
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
Learn how to develop an ideal vaccine protocol for your horse.
The American Association of Equine Practitioners and the American Horse Council are teaming with national and state animal- health officials to create the Equine Disease Communication Center, a clearinghouse for accurate information about equine diseases.
Is a respiratory problem holding your horse back? Here's advice from experts.
Dr. Cody Alcott answers a reader's question about the Coggins test for equine infectious anemia in horses.