EQUUS Magazine Announces Winner of 'Dogs on the Go' Photo Contest

July 20, 2016--EQUUS Magazine, in collaboration with Doc’s Products, Horsetech, Planet Dog, and Kent Nutrition Group, is pleased to announce the winner of its “Dogs on the Go” photo...

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USEF to require microchips for some events

By the fall of 2018, horses competing in the hunter/jumper, jumper and equitation divisions of United States Equestrian Federation-recognized events must be microchipped for identification purposes.

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Going Toothless

Sometimes battling a progressive, painful dental disease requires a drastic approach.

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First U.S. case of equine Chagas disease

A protozoal infection previously seen only in Mexico, South America and Central America has been detected in a horse in Texas.

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The savvy way to stock your trailer

Pack along a few vital items just in case you trip doesn't go as planned.

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A genetic component of equine personality identified

Researchers in Japan are close to identifying a gene that may make some horses easier to handle than others.

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The Long & Short of Equine Coats

The secret to bringing out your horse’s natural shine lies in understanding how his hair grows.

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Keys to Preventing Laminitis

It’s far better to head off this potentially crippling hoof condition than to try to treat it. Here’s what you need to know to protect your horse.

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Fescue toxicosis risk

Ingestion of tall fescue infected with endophytic fungus can cause serious problems in pregnant mares.

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When to adjust vaccination plans

Changing circumstances may mean that your horse needs different or additional vaccinations.

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A Price of Progress?

Laminitis associated with lush grass is the most common form of the condition today, but it was hardly known a century ago. Why?

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Q&A: A rash of hoof abscesses

Q: I have a 13-year-old Clydesdale gelding who, up until last year, had never had any health issues. Now, however, he seems to have developed a susceptibility for hoof abscesses. At one point...

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D. Wayne Lukas

Formula 707 is honored to pay tribute to D Wayne Lukas, an iconic horse trainer in the thoroughbred racing world. What better day to recognize his legacy than on the most...

Basic Training with David O’Connor | Episode One: Introduction

Establishing the lines of communication

Ride Along With The Veterinarian—Kristen E. Near, VMD | Senior Horse Body Condition

Evaluating an older horse’s body condition

Webinar : Complex Helmets for a Complex World

Roy Burek of Charles Owen presents a webinar on equestrian helmet design and innovation.

Ride Along With The Veterinarian—Charles C.M. Arensberg, VMD | Hock Injury

Diagnostic imaging aid evaluation of a former race horse’s hock injury

Basic Training by David O'Connor | Episode Six: Safe Turnout

Maintain control and require patience

Webinar: Laminitis Lessons with Don Walsh, DVM

Watch a webinar on lamintis presented by equine laminitis specialist Don Walsh, DVM. Don Walsh, a equine lamintis specialist, presented useful information to help horse...

Basic Training by David O'Connor | Episode Seven: Loading

How to address trailer-loading problems

Ride Along With A Veterinarian— Kathy Anderson, DVM | Fair Hill Training Center

Welcome to Maryland’s Fair Hill Training Center

Basic Training by David O'Connor | Episode Four: Pressure Lines

Establish your framework for problem solving

Basic Training by David O'Connor | Episode Three: Longeing

Strong, clear aids direct a horse’s movement

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