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Birdcatcher Spots Explained

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Nine Myths About Equine Rescues Debunked

Organizations that help horses in need are more important now than ever, but many misconceptions about them remain. Here's how to sort the fact from fiction. | MORE

Rescued: Pulling a Horse Stuck in a Mud Puddle to Safety

A community rallies to save a trapped mare, using her pasture mate as horsepower. | MORE

Reducing the Risk of Injection-Related Infections

Infections at injection sites are rare, but your veterinarian will still take steps to avoid them. | MORE

How to Interpret Your Horse’s Head Bobs

How a horse's head bobs up and down can be an important clue to lameness. Here's how to read what you see. | MORE

Organize your Grooming Tools

Frigid winter weather may limit your riding, but you can put your "downtime" to good use by organizing and upgrading your grooming kit. Here are some basic steps for an overhaul that will make your daily chores a little easier: | MORE

What Ammonia Smells Mean

A whiff of this acrid odor in your horse"s stall can mean his lungs are being damaged by the noxious gas. | MORE

What the Color of Your Horse’s Gums Can Tell You

From salmon pink to brick red, here's what the color of a horse's gums reveals about his health. | MORE

Preparing Your Barn and Horses for Winter

When October leaves start falling, you know that winter will soon be knocking on your barn door. And in many parts of the country, that means below-freezing temperatures, | MORE

Physical Causes of Canter Lead Problems

When your horse won't pick up the correct lead, poor training isn't usually to blame. | MORE

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