Horse owners often pick up on a horse’s cranky mood from his body language, and the latest research is showing that horses can also tell when a human is angry based on facial expressions.
Researchers are working on the development and testing of a unique robotic lift system that would take the place of a traditional sling for horses with severe limb injuries such as a broken leg.
A new study suggests that shipping with professional drivers for long-distance travel can help reduce the chances of your horse getting sick or injured.
A little geometry goes a long way in training your current horse or shopping for your next.
New research on a devastating disorder is leading treatment advances and prevention.
An equine vet offers some tips on how to keep your horse hydrated and healthy during the winter months.
Here's what you can do to prevent and treat motion problems caused by muscle tightness in this key area of your horse's body.
Tightness in a horse's hind-end muscle can affect performance. A top equine sports massage therapist explains how to recognize and fix it.
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.
Solo stabling can stress a horse.
Can you skip the dirty job of sheath cleaning?
Protect your horse by learning about the plants that pose the biggest health risk to him.
Top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight offers her three-step guide to helping your horse stay cool on the trail.
Is your horse more at risk for laminitis in the cooler autumn months? Use our expert information to help prevent this potentially crippling disease.
As temperatures rise, monitor horse health closely.
Follow these tips to protect your horses from insects and parasites and make your property less fly-friendly.
You can address some types of back pain in your horse with a safe, simple sportsmassage technique.
The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) offers these tips to help you prepare for any equine emergency.
A competitor and veterinarian teaches you how to use a cooler to wick your damp horse dry on a cold winter day.
Although horses are highly adapted for cold weather, those who live outdoors may still need some shelter from harsh winter weather.
Nip problems before they become major issues, looking deeply into that long winter coat.
Protect your horses from winter's wicked winds.