The equine mouth is a dark cavern of mystery. Luckily, there are some outward signs and symptoms that can help you spot when dental work is needed.
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Do you know what to do in an equine emergency, or how to detect an issue or illness before it becomes one? Here are some possibly live-saving tips.
More horse owners are choosing to let their horses go barefoot these days. Here are seven questions to ask before you make the switch.
We spend hours preparing ourselves and our horses for horse shows - riding, grooming, conditioning, cleaning tack ... and the list goes on. Some riders focus only on winning a shiny trophy or chasing points, but there is much more to be gained by taking a simpler outlook to your show season.
Registered equine massage therapist, Marguerite Old, shares eight simple exercises and stretches for improved flexibility and strength.
Do you often feel your horse could benefit from developing more strength in one area of the body? Here are eight strengthening exercises for horses.
In many ways, trail riding is the ultimate test of your partnership with your horse. You need to be prepared to face certain obstacles and encounters.
Trainer Anne Gage says teaching a horse to jump, especially if he is young or green, can be unpredictable. Here, she offers some advice on getting started.
Horse Sport’s fashionista Stefania Evans gives us a glimpse of what it’s like for a Canadian horsewoman entrenched in the British lifestyle.
When Danielle Perry discovered Wyatt, she had a feeling he would shine one day. Was she ever right!