How an aging, ailing wild stallion rescued from the rangeland in Nevada changed one woman’s perspective on horse training and on life.
In spite of the vast variety of colours we see in horses, did you know there are only two – genetically speaking – base coat colours?
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.
Give the gift of imagination this holiday season with help from our staff and contributors, who have shared their picks for best horse books and movies.
Though it isn’t common, horses can suffer from frostbite in extremely cold temperatures, especially if they don’t have access to shelter from the wind.
Researchers at the Ontario Veterinary College are investigating Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis, transmitted by ticks, and identifying geographic risk factors
Sisters Katie and Jewel Keca embarked on part two of their cross-Canada horseback ride in support of the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides.
Does your horse kick out at other horses when they come close on a trail ride, or in the arena? Try these tips from trainer Jason Irwin.
Using a computer model, researchers have been able to predict the course of dewormer resistance in small strongyles over the next 40 years.
Horse Sport looks at the important issues facing the equestrian discipline of eventing, and what the sport might look like going forward.