Even if you don't ride much (or at all) in the frigid months, there are plenty of things you can do to ensure your horse is comfortable.
Some hot-weather management tips that any rider can adopt to keep themselves and their horses safe and healthy during extreme heat events.
Dr. Melinda McCall has penned some of her best misadventures as a large animal veterinarian in Virginia in a fun new book.
Summer weather brings with it pesky biting bugs which torment equines; here's how to make life more pleasant for your horse ‒ and you!
Putting an overweight horse on a diet can be a challenge if you have limited solo turnout options. Here are some helpful ideas.
The importance of administering vaccines containing recent EIV strains.
A look at what causes back soreness in horses, how it is diagnosed and what can be done to alleviate the discomfort.
From massage therapy to pulsed electromagnetic field therapy to physio taping for aching muscles, your horse will thank you.
Suspensory ligament injuries in horses are fairly common and can take many weeks or months to repair; here's one horse owner's experience.
Can you identify varying degrees of lameness? Here is how to recognize when a horse is "off", and how mildly or severely.
The vast majority of horses cope well as long as they have plenty of shade and water, but not all tolerate the heat well.
This stereotypical behaviour is more than just annoying – it poses serious health risks to the horse. Here's what studies have shown.
This ancient India-based holistic system for health and wellness has improved the lives of horses in Theresa Gilligan's practice.
Just because your horse is 'of a certain age' doesn't mean he's ready to retire; he might enjoy a step down or a job as a school master.
Horses are prone to developing the notoriously painful symptoms of colic; you can help prevent colic and help your horse live a healthy life.