On this episode of 'Hitting Your Stride', Tracey interviews her brother Rob, an athlete and educator, about coping with challenges mentally and emotionally.
A study in the UK measured dressage riders' pelvic position at various gaits using a simulator and dynamic technique analysis.
Google celebrated its 25th anniversary in Sept. '23 and here are some current top search trends involving horses ... such burning questions...
A recent study in Australia looked at whether equestrians’ knowledge of learning theory was reflected in horse welfare and rider safety.
How to securely wrap a hoof abscess, heel wound, or coronary band injury – and how to keep it clean and dry.
Breeding within a closed book can propagate genes associated with disease and even remove beneficial genes from the population.
A new intrauterine device for mares displaying extreme or dangerous behaviour during estrus is showing promising results.
Disease lockdowns are a horse owner's worst nightmare; just ask Tessa Laughton, whose Puslinch farm is slowly emerging from some very dark months.
If your horse has a debilitating disease or injury and is facing lengthy treatment or 'jail time', having a plan and getting support can help.
A pair of studies show that there are significant changes in immune and endocrine function following even short periods of shipping.