The University of Guelph is seeking Thoroughbred racehorses that have been diagnosed with front limb superficial digital flexor tendinitis, for a study.
There’s just one month to go until the 15th Annual International Equitation Science Conference takes place at the University of Guelph August 19 - 21, 2019.
Canadian researchers are investigating the exposure rate, or seroprevalence, of the parasite Neospora caninum and its potential link to equine abortion.
A study led by Dr. Luis Arroyo at the OVC set out to determine the prevalence of Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis in the Ontario horse population.
Results are in from the Equine Guelph funded research that marks the first study to investigate steamed, soaked and dry hay in Ontario.
Equine Guelph’s Lameness Lab tool provides interactive activities to help you learn the causes of lameness in horses as well as how to assess lameness.
A case of Equine Infectious Anemia was confirmed on May 29th by the CFIA national reference laboratory for a horse in Squamish-Lillooet, British Columbia.
New research indicates that zebras' stripes are used to control body temperature, and reveals a new mechanism for how this may be achieved.
Products containing cannabis, commonly referred to as CBD, are now on the market which claim to have therapeutic benefits for horses. But are they legal?
Health Canada has found that exposure to human health products and veterinary drugs containing gentian violet may increase the risk of cancer.