Don’t get stuck with a muddy, messy, unhealthy living space for your horse. Learn top tips for mud control from a veterinarian who’s seen it all.
Learn how to tell the difference between loose manure and potentially deadly diarrhea—and how to protect your horse when the condition strikes.
From daily-health tips to critical issues, we have the advice to keep your horse feeling his best.
Let an equine nutritionist clear up these four common horse-feeding misconceptions that horse owners often have.
Does your horse have nasal discharge? Learn what could be causing it and the steps to take to get him back on the road to health.
Fall is an ideal time to perform important veterinary, nutrition, forage, and pasture to-dos to help keep your horse healthy and sound. Our fall-health checklist is here to help.
Break free of five fitness inhibitors that keep you from being a better rider.
If your horse is exposed to disease, take these steps to give him the best chance of staying healthy and to catch any resulting illness at the earliest possible point.
Laminitis is a deadly disease. Find out why—and learn the steps you should take to protect your horse from falling prey to this devastating condition.
Your horse’s feet are vulnerable to whatever may be on the ground, and a puncture wound can be deadly.
Modern biosecurity methods will help keep your horse safe from infection at home or on the road.
Find horse blindness solutions and learn to care for him in a way that keeps him safe from injury and happy to be alive.
Fecal tests for parasite eggs have become a crucial part of any effective deworming program. Here’s how to ensure that those tests are accurate and meaningful.
If hay analysis isn’t an option, you might have to play the odds. Arm yourself with solid information to win the end game.
Does your horse have hoof problems? Review basic management strategies first, then consider the additional help your horse’s feet may need.
If your horse has a blemish or swelling, should you call the vet? Arm yourself with information to make the right choice.
Has everyone—trainers, farriers, friends— ‘diagnosed’ your grumpy horse with gastric ulcers? You should probably ask your vet for the truth about equine gastric ulcer syndrome.
The field of veterinary medicine is on the fast track. Learn how the ‘slow medicine’ movement may help veterinarians embrace technology without sacrificing personal connection.
What’s the best way to help a gelding recovering from illness gain back the weight he lost?
The images appear in black and white, but answers lie in shades of gray. Learn why your horse’s radiographs may mean different things to different people.
A disease formerly known as equine Cushing’s is common among senior horses. We answer your most pressing questions here.
An owner wonders if her 19-year-old Morgan is too old to become a broodmare.
Learn about kinesiology tape and why it’s becoming a popular alternative therapy for your equine partner.