Your horse is injured, and you’re not sure if you should be running for hot water or an ice pack. Which is best, and when do you use it?
Learn what blood tests are most meaningful to your veterinarian—and what basic lab work will (or won’t) tell you about your horse’s health.
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.
Winter, spring, summer, or fall…all you’ve got to do is remember what your horse needs to stay healthy. Our seasonal guide will help you.
Does your horse seem uncomfortable when bridled? It could be due to a variety of issues.
An equine vet weighs in on the health risks associated with conditioning your event horse on hard roads.
Equine veterinarian, Gina Tranquillo, VDM, explains why horses' legs often swell when stalled overnight.
Learn when your horse’s odd behaviors might mean something’s really wrong, and what you should do about it.
How effective is the equine flu shot?
Work with a knowledgeable pro and consider all the options when helping your horse go shoeless.
Learn how to recognize these common skin tumors, and what steps you should take if you suspect you’ve found a sarcoid on your horse.
A horse owner wonders why some horses gobble their salt blocks while others hardly touch theirs.
Teach your horse seven essential skills that will put him right on top of your vet’s ‘favorite patient’ list.
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.
Fact or fiction? Learn the truth about safe and effective rehabilitation strategies.
Anhidrosis, the inability to sweat correctly, can spell trouble for your horse’s performance and health.