While primary scientific research is the most accurate, reliable source of information, it can be tough for the average person to understand.
Hoof cracks can say a lot about your horse's management, from diet to footing. Here's how to recognize and prevent serious ones.
Scurfy skin problems can happen in the fall as the weather changes; here are some common ones and how to deal with them.
These spasms of the diaphragm in horses called synchronous diaphragmatic flutters can roughly be compared to human hiccups.
Handheld portable cryotherapy devices offer treatment for a wide variety of equine conditions, from injury repair to pain management.
Bacterial infections are becoming harder to treat and antibiotic resistance is to blame. What can horse owners do before it’s too late?
Research at the Pony Finals suggests that judges pin plumper ponies – which sets a dangerous precedent for their health.
Your horse's vision is precious and essential to how he perceives the world; here's how to protect it and recognize when something is wrong.
A fresh study at Michigan State looks at the accuracy of genetic testing for horses with suspected PSSM Type 2 and Myofibrillar Myopathy.
Previous lab studies suggested that an opossum can devour 5,000 ticks per week and save the world from Lyme disease ‒ but that's not true.