Kentucky Equine Research
In some humans with celiac disease, sensitivity to gluten causes a host of physical problems such as inflammation, gas, bloating, and diarrhea.
A "roarer" is a horse that makes a whistling or rasping noise as it inhales while exercising, this article will explore the reasoning behind the noise.
Tying-up in horses was associated with selenium deficiency in the past, but selenium does not seem to be a major factor in cases of tying-up today.
The shape and condition of a horse's teeth change as it ages. Because of this, older horses may have dental problems not usually seen in younger equines.
Whether it is a joint, metabolic, respiratory, or other type of supplements, consider the following to find the product that best suits your horse’s needs.
This article highlights what a horse's hoof rings can mean, and also goes into detail to explain the basics of hoof growth and what factors can impact it.
Kent Farrington kicks off CHI Geneva with a speedy win
What’s happening at Olympia, The London International Horse Show
Something for everyone at Jumping International de Bordeaux
Popular Great Charity Challenge at PBIEC benefits local community
Cancellation of Montreal LGCT leaves staggering trail of debt
FEI decision-making: is one country, one vote sustainable?
Russian riders may still compete in Tokyo despite WADA ban
(Official) Demise of the World Equestrian Games and New Championships
George Morris Ruled Permanently Ineligible by U.S. Center for SafeSport
Endurance: No Gain Without Pain, But Who Will Make the Sacrifice?