With the loosened pandemic restrictions and warmer weather, trail riding businesses are looking forward to a busy season.
Horses are fascinating creatures and even the most hard-core horse owner can admit they learn something new about them every day.
Research shows that providing an antioxidant supplement can be an effective way to protect red cell membranes and delay the onset of fatigue.
Equine Guelph presents Dr. Judith Koenig of the Ontario Veterinary College who explains her current research into tendon injuries and prevention.
If your horse is exhibiting head tossing, bit issues, unexplained lameness or explosive reactions to apparent pain episodes, TMJ disease may be the culprit.
Now that equestrian facilities are allowed to resume operation following the prolonged COVID-19 break, how will they keep staff and riders safe?
Biomechanics expert Dr. Hilary Clayton shares some cautions and considerations as we (finally!) head back to the barn to work our horses.
Bowline, Getaway, Slip, Clove or Tree - whether you’re a competitor or pleasure rider, the need to tie up your horse will happen at some point.
Gaining the “quarantine fifteen” isn’t just a catchy phrase, it's a reality for many. Here's how to turn around the unhealthy eating habits.
A study has found that the world’s permafrost can be preserved by horses, reindeer and bison, preventing greenhouse gases from escaping into the atmosphere.