Veterinarian Madison Seamans explains why he describes gelding as “brain surgery” and tells other tales out of vet school in his new book.
Now is the perfect time to encourage hair growth and repair dry, damaged manes and tails so that they are full and glossy for show season.
They're evil and sneaky and everywhere, and even have their own #naughtypony hashtags. Good thing they're adorable ...
Too little, too much, just right. What does the 'right' amount of contact feel like, and how do you achieve it consistently?
Giving a horse a test run certainly makes sense for the buyer, but what if something goes horribly wrong during the trial period?
Horses are beautiful, and so is snow, right? Just kidding. Remember, if you are already so over winter, spring is just 77 days away...
The recent extreme cold snap has been difficult for horse owners; Cathy Inch at Foothills Farm shares how they handle the bitter temps.
The second part of this series on making sense of scientific research findings looks at bias, blinding, and the placebo effect.
Dr. Tim Worden's goal is to educate riders about biomechanics and training methods to improve equine health, welfare and ability.
Identifying pain in horses can be tricky, as some appear to be 'sucks' while others are stoic, but research has produced some helpful scales.