Teams of researchers from veterinary schools across the country are studying different methods to speed up and improve wound healing in horses.
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To gain insight into the function of the equine gastrointestinal tract, researchers at the Ontario Veterinary College are developing a glass gut model.
The International Society for Equitation Science released a statement on the use and misuse of man-made concepts in horse training, such as dominance.
A veterinary case out of the UK has produced a new way to treat horses with strangles using a using a specially made penicillin in a gel formulation.
Researchers at the Ontario Veterinary College are working to improve joint medications through the use of sustained release formulations.
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In its third year, the Canadian Youth Equestrian Mentorship Program is expanding to provide the same opportunities to hunter/jumper riders as initially offered to young dressage riders. Organized by Canadian Dressage Team member Jill Irving, the Canadian Youth Equestrian Mentorship Program is designed to inspire Canadian equestrians between the ages of 16 and 21 by […]
A U.S. federal court judge has ruled that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) violated environmental laws in planning to sterilize a herd of wild horses in southwestern Idaho.
Kristine Collins from Port Hope, Ontario, was named Redemption Ride Challenge champion with her partner, Foreigner a five-year-old Standardbred