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Glossary of Equine Terms - L

Laminitis: Condition, caused by systemic upset, in which the laminae inside the hoof become inflammed and painful to the horse. Severe conditions can lead to founder. Lampas: Swelling...

Glossary of Equine Terms - B

Back at the Knee: A conformational fault where the upper leg is set back in comparison to the lower leg. This fault is more serious than over at the...

Glossary of Equine Terms - D

Daisy Clipper: Term describing a horse with a ground-hugging action. Dales Pony: One of the nine breeds of horse or pony native to the British Isles. Originating from...

Glossary of Equine Terms - W

Warmblood: In general terms, a half-bred, or part-bred horse, the result of an Arabian or Thoroughbred cross with other breeds. Also one of a number of specific breeds of...

Common Equine Skin Diseases

[/caption] There it is again---that strange-looking bump, or scruffy patch, or bald spot on your horse's skin. It looks harmless, and it doesn’t bother your horse when you touch it. But...

Equine Bedding Materials

Have you often wondered about other bedding materials for your horse? Would you like to try something that's less dusty or easier to store in your...

Equine Summit Speakers Call for Unity

Lexington, Ky., April 30, 2008 -- At the Kentucky International Equine Summit April 28-29 Olympic gold medalist equestrian David O'Connor urged the disparate elements of America's horse industry to work...

Do I Need Equine Insurance?

[/caption] It's easy to tick off a list of very expensive horses who clearly ought to be insured: million-dollar racehorses, Olympic-caliber sport horses, elite breeding stallions. The annual premiums are small...

An Equine Affaire to Remember

We all have a responsibility to continually learn about our horses, including their anatomy, behavior, and care. To further our education, we can turn to books, magazines,...

Report: Findlay's Equine Herpesvirus Outbreak

In the August 2004 issue of EQUUS Magazine, we described a new therapy called acyclovir that shows promise in combating neurological complications from equine herpesvirus type-1 (EHV-1). Students,...

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