Pain can be situational or chronic, but horses experiencing chronic pain are more likely to develop negative changes in their overall mood.
... and a couple of clever dogs and feisty ponies because horsepeople can't have one without the other ...
We love the girls but they can have a bit of an *ahem* attitude sometimes. Here are a few of our faves to brighten up a dreary Monday.
The steroid intended for anti-inflammatory use is making the rounds in the hunter world as a calming drug – with fatal side-effects.
Veterinarian Madison Seamans explains why he describes gelding as “brain surgery” and tells other tales out of vet school in his new book.
They're evil and sneaky and everywhere, and even have their own #naughtypony hashtags. Good thing they're adorable ...
Horses are beautiful, and so is snow, right? Just kidding. Remember, if you are already so over winter, spring is just 77 days away...
While primary scientific research is the most accurate, reliable source of information, it can be tough for the average person to understand.
What horses know about themselves and others is the centre of some interesting research involving mirrors and human gestures.
One of the funniest Facebook pages out there, this sounding board for horse show parents and trainers has amassed 45.8K members.