Horsecloning.com opened a horse cloning opportunity to the public and announced the cost. Only one slot is available this year with a deadline of August 15. | MORE
Researchers at the University of Idaho cloned three mule colts in May 2003. Here's how they did it. | MORE
These horses have a smile in their eyes," says Hosam "Sam" Haggag. "I've been riding since I was very young, and I've never encountered horses with such sweet | MORE
If all of my horse clients had owned mules, I would've gone broke!" says Robert Isenhart, DVM, with a twinkle in his eye. "They're hearty and healthy, and | MORE
Their smooth-as-silk action gets into your soul," says Annie Keith of Jamestown, Tennessee. She and her husband, Danny, own 10 Paso Fino horses, and wouldn't have it any | MORE
Paint Horses are the Masarati of the equine world," Paint Horse owner Alice Singleton says, smiling. "With all their chrome, they're simply a little snazzier and flashier than | MORE
Research has identified a genetic mutation that leads to glycogen branching enzyme deficiency, a fatal condition in Quarter Horse foals.
They're the Golden Retrievers of the equine world," says Mike Hartong with a smile, "sweet and mellow, never high-strung or hyper." While a docile, people-oriented personality was what | MORE
Which stallion would you select, if money were no object, to help you achieve the best possible foal for you? Here's what you told us.
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