Gallop Poll: Colic Surgery?

This month we're curious about your experience with colic. Share your answer in the poll below and see the results in the October '15 issue. Learn more about colic and feeding management via... Read More

To Do This Month: Summer Horse Care

Take these 5 steps to make sure your horse is well cared for this summer. Read More

Is Variable Salt Intake Normal?

A horse owner wonders why some horses gobble their salt blocks while others hardly touch theirs. Read More

To Do This Month: Grazing, Insects, and Maintenance

This month, gear up for summer the right way by gradually altering your horse's feed schedule and stepping up your horse-health maintenance game. Read More

Health Woes of Easy Keepers

by Barb Crabbe, DVM Learn why obesity is a real health risk, and what steps you can take to help your easy-keeping horse. Read More

Avoid, Treat Ulcers

Studies indicate that between 60 to 90 percent of horses have gastric ulcers. Stress from showing or intense riding can exasperate dormant problems, here's how you can help your horse avoid them. Read More

High-Quality H2O

by Alexis Bennett Automatic waterers ensure that your horse can stay hydrated all day, every day, all year long. Read More

Feed for Calmness

by Alana Harrison Your horse “is” what he eats. Follow these pointers to make sure what you’re feeding him isn’t over-energizing him, especially if he's in a stall and unable to leach out excess energy. Read More

More Hay; Senior Check; Storm-Day Tasks

Here's some tasks you can complete around your place when the weather keeps you out of the saddle, and some feeding advice to be mindful of as the weather fluctuates. Read More

Best Chronic Colic Tips

Lush, new spring grass might could cause colic; here's how you can protect your horse. Read More

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