Cross-grazing horses with other species is an age-old concept, find out in this article how you can use it to your advantage.
Can older horses be affected by senility or dementia, similar to elderly humans? Surprisingly, there has been very little medical research in this area.
Nicole Kitchener investigates how each betting dollar is divided at three Canadian tracks and in two U.S. jurisdictions.
In horses, one of the most common and better-recognized regenerative medicine techniques is using stem cells to promote regrowth of various body tissues.
Laminitis is a disease that affects the horse's feet. It's a secondary condition triggered by metabolic disease processes or mechanical (physical) stresses.
Learn about the realities of the disease and what the future may hold for those who suffer from it
Learn how environmental factors and management practices contribute to Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA), the disease also known as Swamp Fever.
The equine respiratory condition, heaves (recurrent airway obstruction) is often likened to asthma in humans. It is chronic and incurable.
You start to pick out your horse's hoof and get a nasty whiff of what can only be described as rot . . . Your horse has thrush.
The permanent consequences of repeated head injuries.
Input Needed on New Canadian Equine Identification Program
RIDE TV Will Now Be Available to More Canadian Viewers
A Royal Equestrian Canada Convention Experience
Support the Caribbean Equine Relief Effort in the Bahamas
Review Equestrian Canada’s 2019 Rule Change Proposals
Eastern Equine Encephalitis Kills Four Ontario Horses
Canadian Eventing Community Mourns Loss of Mary Anne Laframboise