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 an unsound horse and an unbroke horse.
How often are you having your horse examined vet a lameness vet?
The two pain-relieving prescription medications that most horse owners keep on hand are bute and Banamine – but do you know the differences between the two?
Do you know about the degenerative syndrome that used to be a career ender for horses? Take the trivia challenge to find out!
Answer the Trivia questions, then check for the correct answers.
Learn what can cause your horse’s thin, sensitive soles, plus what you can do to improve them and his overall hoof health.
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.
Advances in equine health care have extended the potential lifespan of senior horses. What you should expect as yours grows older?
Learn how to prevent soreness in your horse on all-day rides with these expert guidelines. Plus: Rider-soreness prevention tips.
A fix for underrun heels depends on the horse’s unique circumstances and the skill of the farrier.
Learn about kinesiology tape and why it’s becoming a popular alternative therapy for your equine partner.
There’s a lot to know about arena footing. Our primer will prepare you to ask the right questions.
Problems in your horse’s neck can cause a wide range of confusing signs. These steps will help you sort things out.
Excellent hoof care is essential for all horses, but especially for those that travel the trail. Here’s what you need to know.
Is your horse lame? Confused and frustrated by the proliferation of diagnostic tools and treatment options available today? Relax. We’ll show you how good, old-fashioned horsemanship may still be the most important part of his recovery plan.
A horse’s soundness and ability to perform depend on his feet.
A horse owner wonders what this hock condition means, and whether anything can be done for it.
Your horse’s feet have a story to tell. Learn to read between the lines and determine whether that story’s telling you ‘I’m OK’ or ‘Help me now!’
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.
Learn about PSSM and RER, two genetic muscle diseases behind the condition known as ‘tying up.’ We’ll tell you what they are, how they happen, and what you can do to minimize your horse’s risks.