Anatomy

 

Comeback from withers injury

An unusual injury to the withers casts doubt on the future of an easygoing gelding. | MORE

 

Video: Show Jumping Horse Conformation with Dan Marks, VMD

A horse's show jumping talents can be in part assessed by examining his conformation. Learn why some of the world's show jumping legends were sucessful in this video with Dan Marks, VMD. | MORE

 

An Unusual Tendon Injury

The odd location of a tendon injury turns out to be good news for a talented young cow horse. | MORE

 

The Anatomy of Dressage Horse Hindquarters

Learn to understand the structure and biomechanics of dressage horse hindquarters with Dr. Hilary Clayton. | MORE

 

Are Blue Eyes More Sensitive than Brown?

An equine ophthalmologist dispels the myth that blue eyes are more susceptible to disease. | MORE

 

Fight Arthritis at Every Age

Arthritis typically begins to appear in middle-aged horses. However, there are steps you can take to protect your horse's joints throughout his life. | MORE

 

Relieve Your Horse’s Back Tightness with Massage

You can address some types of back pain in your horse with a safe, simple sportsmassage technique. | MORE

 

BCS: What Body Condition Scores Mean

With this 9-point scale developed by Don Henneke, PhD, there's no need to guess about a horse's weight losses and gains. | MORE

 

Architecture of the Equine Digestive System

Learn about the equine digestive system to make the best choices in what and how to feed your horse. | MORE

 

An Equine Bladder-Stone Blockage

When an affable gelding suddenly develops trouble urinating, only emergency surgery can save his life. | MORE

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