This article highlights joint supplements and how they can be a very useful strategy for protecting your horse against cartilage damage.
Conformation varies from breed to breed and horse to horse, but certain qualities are desirable and certain faults, not so much.
Did you know horses can get hernias too? Find out what to do if you notice a bulge on your horse’s body, how to manage a hernia, and more.
Now that you have an idea of your horse’s general shape, take the time to examine the most important part of his conformation: his legs.
It's time to start preparing for the winter season. Horses certainly have the natural ability to withstand cold temperatures, but when is it too cold for your horse?
The importance of fresh water in the winter
Most people are likely aware that electrolytes help stave off dehydration. But, do you know how they work, or how to make sure your horse is getting enough?
The equine respiratory condition, heaves (recurrent airway obstruction) is often likened to asthma in humans. It is chronic and incurable.
But what is lethal injection? What does it do beneath the surface that we don’t see? Read this article to find these answers.
Learn how environmental factors and management practices contribute to Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA), the disease also known as Swamp Fever.
The Healthy Summer Barn
When purchasing a new riding boot, fit (really, really) matters.
Learn about the realities of the disease and what the future may hold for those who suffer from it
Laminitis is a disease that affects the horse's feet. It's a secondary condition triggered by metabolic disease processes or mechanical (physical) stresses.
In certain cases of navicular disease, drilling a hole in the bone - a procedure called core decompression - may provide a new treatment option.