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.
Horseback riders invest a lot of money in tack over the years, and they should keep it safe with these high-tech (and not so high-tech) ideas.
As three-year-olds they were superior examples of conformation. Where are these Governor General’s and Lieutenant Governor’s Cup winners now?
Which genetics are considered to be among the best in the world by today’s competition standards? Find out in this article.
New research looks for similarities between treating neonatal maladjustment syndrome in foals and autism in humans.
Sepsis is an extreme systemic inflammatory response which develops when a foal becomes infiltrated with bacteria and infection spreads unchecked.
Current breeding practices are a far cry from what a stallion encountered on the range, hanging out with his harem, find out more in this article.
Today, three stallions, 21 broodmares and more than three dozen youngsters live at the breeding farm on 150 acres in Pakenham, ON.
Early, positive lessons in the breeding shed using a phantom mare will make your young stallion easier and safer to handle.