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Why Your Horse’s Coggins Test Matters

A Coggins test verifies that your horse is not infected with equine infectious anemia (EIA), also known as swamp fever. It is required at most public equestrian events—so don't leave home without it. | MORE

The Cause of Cellulitis in Horses

An equine veterinarian explains the whys and hows of cellulitis in horses, along with what can be done about it. | MORE

Two for the Road: Shipping a Mare and Foal Together

With some planning and patience, you can make your youngster's first trailer ride an unremarkable, and therefore good, experience. | MORE

Exercises To Increase Your Horse’s Strength

Strength training for horses isn't just limited to heavy draft breeds competing in pulling contests. Any horse in any discipline can benefit from a bodybuilding regimen, and any rider can put together a systematic, safe program to muscle up his mount. Try these simple tips to increase the muscle power of any horse. | MORE

Teach Your Horse To Tolerate Fly Spray

Forcing a scared horse to submit to a sprayer only makes the situation worse. Instead, try these tips for breaking the self-perpetuating cycle of sprayer terror. | MORE

Lightning Strike Smarts for Horse Owners

Lightning can strike during any time of the year, leaving unaware riders and their horses at risk. Follow these suggestions to ensure you and your horse stay out of harm's way. | MORE

Raising an Orphan Foal

When a foal loses his dam, he'll need help to grow both physically and mentally. Here's how to meet those challenges. | MORE

Post-Colic Care for Horses

The care you provide your horse after colic can be crucial to his recovery. Follow these suggestions to get your horse back on his feet following a bout of equine colic. | MORE

How to Speed Up Your Horse’s Shedding

Equine shedding season can mean only one thing, you will be finding your horse's hair everywhere you go. Use one or two of these tactics to help him lose his winter coat quicker. | MORE

Ten Reasons to Love Sticky Ichthammol Ointment

It may be smelly, sticky and sort of gross, but the drawing salve ichthammol can't be beat in terms of versatility and affordability. | MORE

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