Face it: nobody feels like working today. The weather is nice, the Olympics are coming, so enjoy these curated funnies.
Researchers from Hartpury University and Bishop Burton College in Great Britain collaborated to investigate the impact of a preferred foot.
Horses are humbling ‒ there is not an equestrian anywhere who would deny that. Still, we forge on and hope for the best...
Show jumping experts Olympian Ian Millar, course designer Peter Holmes and breeder Louise Masek talk about how the sport has changed.
These exercises use treats to get your horse to (happily!) stretch to improve circulation and range of motion, and decrease soreness.
New research out of Australia shows that removing cold water from overheated horses could actually make them hotter.
Some horse-related humour for your don't-feel-like-working Monday attitude ‒ aren't horses absolutely, positively the best?
Research shows that penile tumescence is very common in both stallions and geldings and many appear to find PR training quite stimulating.
Springtime means foals, and foals are guaranteed to make us laugh as they try to get their sea legs and have pasture zoomies.
You might think you’re a star client for your farrier and veterinarian, but you could be wrong. Some professionals weigh in.