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Protect Yourself from Horse Kicks

Even the most easygoing horse can send out an unexpected kick. Follow these precautions around all horses to keep yourself unharmed. | MORE

Clear Cues for the Canter Depart

Trainer Julie Goodnight explains what to do if your horse is misreading the cue to canter. | MORE

Caught between the Bars

When a gelding gets his hind leg trapped in the bars of his stall, his owners jump into action to free and save him. | MORE

Starting the Older Horse

Working with an older but still inexperienced horse poses special challenges but also promises unique rewards. | MORE

EQUUS Magazine Awards 2013 Professional Horseman Award

March 22, 2013--When Susan King's 35-year-old Quarter Horse mare, Skipper, colicked in the fall of 2012, she knew she could count on her vet, Amy Plummer Weatherly, DVM, | MORE

Corrective Eye Surgery For Horses

A veterinary ophthalmologist explains equine visual abnormalities, as well as when they need to be treated. | MORE

 

An Insidious Case of Pigeon Fever

A lump on a gelding"s chest ends up being more than just swelling as his owner learns the facts about a type of infection that"s growing in frequency. | MORE

Wary of Crossing Water

An eventing trainer explains how to safely encourage a horse to walk through water. | MORE

Manage spring grazing to minimize laminitis risk

New pasture growth poses risks for horses prone to laminitis. Here are some precautions to take as fields transform from winter brown to spring green. | MORE

Drug Safety After a Disaster

Fires, floods and other extreme conditions can affect drug efficacy. Here are some guidelines to help you decide what to do with exposed medications. | MORE

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