Help Your Horse Recover From Intense Work
Considerations for training, competition, dietary strategy and supportive therapy
Inside the Care and Management of International Dressage Superstar Mount St John Freestyle
A look at this Hanoverian mare's personalized program
Nutritional Considerations for the Senior Dressage Horse
Just because a horse is over 18 or 20 years old does not necessarily mean he needs changes in his feeding—but there are certain signs that indicate it might be time to re-evaluate.
A Basic Guide to Feeding Your Horse
Equine nutrition expert Dr. Sarah Ralston gives advice on how to feed your horse, with tips on how to determine the correct feed.
Nutrition Basics for the Dressage Horse
Experts offer advice for feeding the competitive dressage horse throughout life.
How to Feed a Horse Herd to Prevent Fights
Feeding for Weight Gain
When your horse is too thin, whether it’s a short-term aberration or a chronic struggle, careful feeding can help to keep his weight up.
Making the Switch to Senior Feeds
When is the best time to begin a specialized feeding regimen for your older horse? These tips can help you determine how to best meet his needs.
Horse Feed: What’s in It?
A look at some of the raw ingredients that go into the making of modern commercial feeds.
Storing Horse Feed Safely
Use these tips to store your horse's feed safely, keeping it fresh, vermin-free and out of reach of greedy horses.