In the equine world a chimera is a horse created from two genetically-different DNA types, believed to occur when non-identical twin embryos fuse into one.
The versatility and athleticism of the Welsh Pony has made it the most sought-after performance pony in many disciplines of equestrian sport.
Saving the dummy foal: Instead of finding the mare's udder and getting that all-important colostrum, he's walking in circles.
Jean Brinkman and Scott Hassler share the secrets of their dressage success in the concluding episode of the Born in the USA series.
The second article in a three-part series on breeding for the Olympic disciplines focuses on the efforts being made by first generation event horse breeders
Is there an all-U.S. bred, trained and ridden team of Olympic horses in our future? Can our American breeders beat the Europeans at their own game?
Using De Niro from the Hanoverian studbook as a model, Michael Boyd explains some of the more interesting and useful information presented.
It was not so long ago that cloning was the topic of occasional futuristic horror movies, an ominous concept that provoked a mixture of fear and ethical doubt in most people.
Just what is a veterinarian looking for when he or she assesses a newborn foal, and what should horse-owners be watching for?
There are a few dominating breeds of origin, and many other populations are combinations of these foundation breeds for the Warmblood horse.