In response to industry requests during the COVID-19 pandemic, recent updates to the course will address many horse caretaker and facility owner concerns.
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The situation that we are currently facing world-wide not only impacts people, but also our horses (and other animals) in our care.
Gone are the days of ‘get right back on that horse’ - and with good reason. Bouncing your brain around can put an athlete at serious risk.
Equine Guelph has developed an excellent set of resources and facilitates training on fire prevention and large animal rescue for first responders.
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.
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.
Merck Animal Health recently launched its national Equine Biosurveillance Pilot Program to fill an unmet need for Canadian horse owners.
The early bird deadline for the 2019 International Society for Equitation Science conference is June 10. The conference will be held in Ontario in August.