The equine industry is awash with dietary supplements, but few are independently tested. Here’s a look at eight products that actually have been!
While a conscientious training program, adequate turnout and regular exercise can help keep a horse more steady, there are feeding strategies that can help.
Studies have found fatty acids from fish/flax oil can significantly increase muscle function in older adults, which can translate to your aging equine.
A combination of stress and nutrition can be to blame for the colonic ulceration that is estimated to occur in 65% of sport horses.
Some think of cannabis as a bit of harmless fun, but others consider it life-changing and often life-saving - and it could be the future of equine medicine.
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Equestrian Canada’s Equine Medication Control Committee answers your questions on the EC Equine Medication Control program.
There are certain medications available that can make handling sometimes fractious stallions and mares a bit easier during the busy show season.
The Equine Asthma Research Lab at the University of Montreal is dedicated to discovering the mechanisms behind equine asthma and developing new treatments.
A study is underway at the Ontario Veterinary College to find a better treatment for superficial digital flexor tendonitis or “bowed tendons” in horses.