Plus: What Your Horse’s Tail Tells You
Learn how to diagnose and treat a lateral walk by establishing a correct connection.
Jane Savoie explains why it is important to speak up and be your horse's advocate when he's had enough for the day.
Recent research developments are shifting some of the focus from gastric ulceration to hindgut ulceration
Your horse’s tail can be a barometer for many different issues going on in the body.
Blogger and USEF dressage judge Margaret Freeman shares her unique perspective of WEG as a Tryon-area local.
Any horse in a consistent training program is a possible candidate to develop windpuffs, and most older horses who have had a long career in competitive sport have them.
Raul de Leon answers a reader's question on how to cope with a horse that is heavy on the forehand.
There are many modalities for providing cold therapy that range from low-tech to high-tech.
Ida Norris answers this reader-submitted question, explaining that sheath noise is caused by tensing of the muscles, primarily over the back.
Christina “Cricket” Russillo, DVM, answers this reader question.
Many different dietary factors can induce diarrhea in horses.
A Canadian dressage rider draws on her experience to share tips for grooming in below-freezing temperatures.
Learn what you should do to handle a choke episode.
FEI changes to dressage scores eliminate deliberate errors
Learn about some of the elements that affect the horse's hocks
Here's why the check ligament is an important soft-tissue structure in the equine athlete.
Joy Congdon explains some common causes of forging and shares some simple, fun ways to help strengthen your horse.
One of America’s top trainers talks about how to improve your horse’s performance by being an ideal coach for him.
Barb Crabbe, DVM explains the most effective way to keep fetlock injuries at bay.
How to tell the difference between normal and abnormal hoof temperature in the dressage horse.
German Grand Prix rider Uta Gräf explains how to train using the rider's moral obligation to the dressage horse.
Jessica Jahiel gives suggestions for stopping a horse from sticking his tongue out to avoid the bit.