Find out the benefits of barefoot trimming for horses. Barefoot trimmer, Anne Riddell, explains, it’s not just a matter of forsaking the shoes.
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An inflammation of the large colon, colitis in horses can be life-threatening. One of the earliest signs is diarrhea, combined with a fever.
Understanding heart health and heart disease and failure in horses.
This article highlights the research behind equine asthma, how to manage the many diseases that fall under this category, and how to cope.
Tendonitis develops when the fibres that a tendon is composed of are strained or torn, either through being overstressed or from trauma.
The name navicular syndrome recognizes that this diagnosis encompasses a collection of problems and often doesn’t involve the navicular bone at all.
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.
Winter can be tough on senior horses and other hard keepers. In this article get tips on how to get them through the season comfortably.
Roundworms, bots, tapeworms, strongyles: there are many kinds of parasites ready to take up residence in your horse’s body.
Horses lose fluids through sweat three times faster than humans, and they lose electrolytes 10 times faster, read this article to learn more.