Need to unwind? Here are eight great ways to do it with your horse.
Preventive measures are the best way to make sure you never find yourself on a runaway horse.
Summer is here, and with it, intense sun and blazing temperatures. Cool your barn, arena, horse, and yourself with these innovative products designed to conquer the heat.
Lip twitching has legitimate uses, but ear twitching is detrimental and should be avoided.
A disease formerly known as equine Cushing’s is common among senior horses. We answer your most pressing questions here.
Enjoy your horses this summer, while keeping an eye on your budget.
What does it take to make a good therapy horse? Meet five stellar examples. (Bonus: Learn if your horse could make the grade.)
Five clinic participants share their experiences so you can get the most out of the next clinic you attend.
Facing a joint-replacement surgery, but afraid you won’t get back in the saddle afterward? Three riders share their experiences to offer you encouragement and insight.
Make the right choice for your horse with insight from a barefoot expert and three riders who’ve tried both options.
Find good pals and do good works by joining a riding club.
Before you buy something for your horse, you want to know that it’ll perform as promised. These eight products did just that when we tried them.
Learn what today’s collegiate equestrian teams offer and how you can prepare, while still in high school, to seize their opportunities.
Get involved in cow horse competition with a division that’s designed for newcomers to the sport.
Test your horse’s versatility in this timed event, open to all breeds and types of equines.
Check out cool and comfy products to help your horse beat the heat and bugs this summer.
Check out these items designed to help your barn or show stall stay safely and comfortably cool.
In 2003, contributing editor Jennifer von Geldern had a scary experience with her horse: An injection-site infection threatened his life. It took a second opinion--and a surprise diagnosis of Cushing's Disease--to save him.