Normal Aging or PPID?
Don’t be fooled by the symptoms of this serious hormonal disorder, more commonly known as Cushing’s disease.
Horse Blanketing Demystified
Veterinarians from across the country give insight to help you keep your horse happy and healthy under his blanket this winter.
Understanding Equine Melanoma
These tumors typically present as firm, dome-shaped, black masses in the hairless areas of the body.
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.
The Beauty of Pressure-Free Riding
How my retired horse helped me realize that dressage training doesn't always have to be so serious
Should You Be Concerned About Equine Windpuffs?
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.
Balagur: The Forever-Young Dressage Horse
This Olympic veteran turned dressage schoolmaster seems to have found the fountain of youth.
10 Tips to Keep Your Senior Dressage Horse Competitive
Sound equine-management practices coupled with a good dose of common sense will assist in the longevity of senior horses.
Granat: An Unlikely Dressage Champion
The life and career of Christine Stückelberger’s Olympic champion
Nutrition Basics for the Dressage Horse
Experts offer advice for feeding the competitive dressage horse throughout life.