There is a fine line dividing the pros and cons of any type of genetic engineering and a balance must be maintained to ensure integrity.
Hippomundo.com looks at the dams of first-generation offspring that have been active at international competitions in the past 365 days.
Many show jumpers find their way to the international ranks via the Young Horse World Championships - but how can a rider know a horse's potential?
In a continuing series, Hippomundo looks at Young Horse World Championships participants and what they are doing (and jumping) today.
Four decades of careful breeding at W. Charlot Farm continues to produce sport horse champions; now Augustin Walch passes the torch to his daughter.
There are certain medications available that can make handling sometimes fractious stallions and mares a bit easier during the busy show season.
Hickstead died before he could fulfill his future as a sire. We tracked down a few of his progeny to see how they have been doing.
Equine embryo transfer is integral to breeding programs around the world and now, embryo auctions give buyers an affordable way to get elite pedigrees.
As foaling season approaches, we ask: why do some mares not carry their foals to full term? Why are some foals born with abnormalities?
Everything Warmblood horse breeders need to know about a newly-discovered, fatal, genetic disorder called Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome.