What to Know About Knees
Healthy joints are a must in sporthorses, and some are more complex than others. Here’s a look at common knee issues and tips for keeping them from becoming chronic.
Competitive Success with Kissing Spines
With the right management, this disorder doesn’t have to be a death sentence for your horse’s performance career.
Colonic Ulcers in the Dressage Horse
Recent research developments are shifting some of the focus from gastric ulceration to hindgut ulceration
What Your Horse’s Tail Says About His Health
Your horse’s tail can be a barometer for many different issues going on in the body.
10 Ways to Stay Safe and Healthy at Horse Shows
Learn what measures you can take to reduce the risk of invisible disease dangers.
Understanding Your Horse’s Hock Health
Learn about some of the elements that affect the horse's hocks
Shannon Dueck: Riding Dressage Through Breast Cancer
Grand Prix dressage trainer Shannon Dueck discusses horses, happiness and how battling cancer transformed her attitude forever.
The Equine Herpesvirus: EHV-1 Prevention and Tips
Outbreaks of EHV-1 at racetracks and other horse facilities have been widely publicized with fatality rates as high as 40 percent. But don?t panic! The neurological form of equine herpes virus has occurred sporadically for many years, and although there does appear to be an increase in the EHV-1 outbreaks across the country recently, it?s still a relatively rare disease in the U.S. horse population. Your horse is much more likely to die from colic or respiratory disease than he is from EHV-1.