Answer the Trivia questions, then check for the correct answers.
Do you have a free morning to spend with your equine partner? Here are five ways to make him feel his best, on a budget!
Lame Horse? Here’s how to troubleshoot the problem and prepare for the vet if you have a lame horse on your hands.
Learn about kinesiology tape and why it’s becoming a popular alternative therapy for your equine partner.
Problems in your horse’s neck can cause a wide range of confusing signs. These steps will help you sort things out.
Abscess, heat or swelling? This time-tested method addresses the pain in new and improved ways.
It may look worrisome, but in most cases swelling in a horse’s lower legs can be managed with a few simple steps.
Making the transition from shod to barefoot is about to get easier, especially for the toughest cases.
Clues about lameness in horses can be subtle, and it is important to detect these signs of lameness in horses soon for a speedy recovery. Here are six signs of lameness in horses to detect lameness in your horse.
Boots can help protect your horse from injury in nearly any performance sport or competition. You'll want a perfect fit--and a perfect match for your horse's needs.
In most cases, pinpointing lameness in your horse's legs isn't difficult if you follow these steps.
What is equine acupuncture, how does it work, when should you consider it, and where can you find a certified veterinary acupuncturist?
Here are three simple, inexpensive methods for icing your horse's lower leg--and speeding up his recovery.