Resist the urge to close barn doors and windows when the weather turns cold.
Take steps to protect the health of the trees in your horse's pastures.
Pops and clicks from knees, ankles and hocks are usually nothing to worry about.
Three simple ways to make sure your horse stays hydrated.
Repeated concussion can lead to footsoreness and hoof cracks.
A misstep every now and again isn't much to worry about, but some types of stumbles warrant immediate attention.
Here's a rundown of common hoof defects, ranked from least troubling to most serious.
Sweat patterns can indicate poor saddle fit long before rubs or soreness occurs.
When you first take to the trails this season, be careful to avoid inadvertently overworking or overheating your horse.
Make sure to take care of your horse's hooves this winter
Before you assume your lame horse has an abscess, run through a few simple tests.
With this painful and potentially devastating hoof condition, prevention is by far the best approach. From EQUUS magazine.
Adequate water consumption isn?t only a concern during the summer; dehydration can occur at any time of the year. Here?s what you can do to encourage your horse to drink enough to stay healthy this winter.