Maintaining the focus of your mount is a struggle for many riders.
Improved diagnostic techniques offer veterinarians a clearer view of this complex, debilitating disease known as navicular syndrome.
Colic is the number-one medical cause of death in horses and it is almost entirely preventable through management practices and keen observation.
The ability to interpret vital signs plays a key role in knowing whether to monitor the horse on your own or to call the vet immediately in an emergency.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is where a patient is placed in a sealed chamber and exposed to oxygen at several times the normal atmospheric pressure.
By preventing and dealing with the following five common hoof problems, you can keep your horse sound and functional year round.
Show jumper Francois Lamontagne, of Quebec, is a skilled rider and trainer, who enjoys bringing horses up through the ranks himself and for others.
Equestrian grooms Denise Moriarty and Meghan Button share behind the scenes advice on how to begin the journey to becoming a professional groom.
Learn how to separate the facts from fiction when it comes to colic in horses, and how to give your horse the best chance of survival.
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