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.
The results from the FEI's Equine Ethics and Wellbeing Commission 'Use of Horses in Sport' surveys are in and they are very interesting.
In part 2 of this 3-part series about humans and horses in the Ukraine war zone, we meet Maria and learn how she and her horses survived Russia’s attack.
As warmer weather arrives, horse owners need to be aware of conditions which can cause exhaustion ‒ even in well-conditioned athletes.
We trust our veterinarians with our horses' lives – literally. But what if they fail to meet a certain standard of care?
Katie Larsen's OTTB rehoming business has taken off at a gallop, helping former track stars embark on new careers.
There is still lots of room for communication and collaboration into the Canadian noseband measuring project, says Equestrian Canada.
Does Equestrian Canada’s proposal to monitor noseband tightness actually measure up? Some stakeholders weigh in.
A Michigan State veterinary medicine student and hunter-jumper rider presented her research at the 2021 ESS symposium.