Despite being less than ideal to handle, ichthammol is beneficial to both your horse and to your wallet. | MORE
Bandaging a wound has advantages and disadvantages. Here's how to determine if a wound will heal better under wraps. | MORE
A chemical reaction between equine urine an snow can lead to an alarming sight. | MORE
Items in your equine first aid kit, grooming kit, and medicine chest can be adversely affected by freezing temperatures. | MORE
Find out whether your horse is at risk for one of these sideliners, such as suspensory ligament and deep digital flexor tendon injuries, and what you can do about them. | MORE
What should you do if your horse rears and flips over backward—and how can you prevent horse falls? | MORE
In 2003, contributing editor Jennifer von Geldern had a scary experience with her horse: An injection-site infection threatened his life. It took a second opinion--and a surprise diagnosis of Cushing's Disease--to save him. | MORE
Our experience with the XC System matched what we saw at other trials. It did a superb job, quickly cooling hot horses with less mess and fuss. But it’s costly. | MORE
Sweet itch, or midline dermatitis, can be treated with a product that repels, protects and soothes.
Find out what NOT to do if a snake bites your horse.
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