Researchers at U of Guelph’s OVC are working to preserve cartilage chips for long-term storage, eliminating the need to harvest stem cells from the patient.
The mystery surrounding the history of this heartbreaking genetic disease in horses is a bit closer to being solved, thanks to German researchers.
New technique crucial to the survival of endangered breeds is used successfully for the first time in the world to produce a female Suffolk Punch foal.
Whether as a symbol of virility or simply a disposable resource, there is proof that ancient man was sexist when it came to horses, too.
A welcome amendment has been made to the Ministry of Health's Summer Day Camp guidance document which will now allow horseback riding.
The iconic sale in its 95th year will move online July 23-30 with SportHorseAuctions.com due to safety concerns surrounding the ongoing pandemic.
A French company called Value Feet has developed a digital hoof scanner to help hoof care specialists to fine-tune the shoeing process.
African horse sickness is on the Texas A&M radar in the US; the disease is spread by biting midges, a.k.a. “no-see-ums” or “moose flies” in Canada.
Equine Guelph in partnership with Ontario Equestrian has developed a unique learning community open only to applicants of the For the Herd funding program.
Following the release of a set of guidelines for summer camps in Ontario which appears to exclude horses, OE and EC are pushing hard to have it amended.