Andrea Harrison (aka the Inadvertent Rescuer) shares a story about a horse that went from merely surviving to thriving, and the courage it took.
To gain insight into the function of the equine gastrointestinal tract, researchers at the Ontario Veterinary College are developing a glass gut model.
For horse owners, the winter months bring icy walkways, frozen buckets, frostbitten fingers and snow drifts to wade through on the daily trek to the barn.
In spite of the vast variety of colours we see in horses, did you know there are only two – genetically speaking – base coat colours?
Here are 10 amazing facts about the equine sense of smell, which, though not as impressive as dogs’, is still way better than humans’.
Equine vision is different from human vision in almost every way, and it is helpful to us when riding and training to understand the differences.
Here are 10 amazing facts about the intricate and complicated equine hoof – from its evolution, composition and growth, to its function.
Horses are fascinating creatures and even the most hard-core horse owner can admit they learn something new about them every day.
The sciencey name for sense of taste is “gustation” from the Latin gustatio(n- ), from gustare ‘to taste,’ in case you want to use it in a crossword.
Arguably, far more than sliced bread, the development of the horse shoe has had a dramatic effect on human civilization. Learn how they evolved over time.