Scientists are working to create a therapeutic vaccine to treat equine melanomas.
A recent study shows that horses on high-grain rations spent more time being alert for signs of danger than those on an all-hay diet.
New research on a devastating disorder is leading treatment advances and prevention.
This award-winning article was a top choice by the judges at the American Horse Publications annual awards this year.
Starting on December 1, 2015, the U.S. Equestrian Federation will be setting new vaccination requirements for horses competing at their sanctioned shows.
A new study shows that the widely used euthanasia method is effective and humane for horses.
Demystify that bale of hay to make sure your horse is getting the nutrition he needs.
Solo stabling can stress a horse.
Summer sores in horses are on the rise. Learn more about these parasite-related skin infections.
How effective is the equine flu shot?
Withers are often overlooked as a cause of trouble, but even small problems here can directly affect your horse’s performance.
Learn the reasons behind many puzzling horse behaviors and what you can do to manage them.
Your horse’s sense of hearing helps him to make sense of his surroundings. Learn how he hears and how to handle hearing-related problems.
Can you skip the dirty job of sheath cleaning?
Anhidrosis, the inability to sweat correctly, can spell trouble for your horse’s performance and health.
Protect your horse by learning about the plants that pose the biggest health risk to him.
Researchers have finally identified the hormone that supports pregnancy in mares.