There is now a wide variety of pad types and packing materials from which to choose, depending on the needs of each particular horse.
With careful treatment and rehabilitation, a bowed tendon injury isn’t always the end of the road for performance. Keep reading for more information.
The strategies for keeping parasites under control have evolved significantly in recent years. Here’s what you should know about managing the problem.
Learning the essential skills of taking and assessing vital signs requires that you first know what is normal – and most importantly, what is normal for your horse.
For thousands of riders every year, their ride ends with a trip to the emergency room. This article looks at safety equipment and how effective it is.
As horse owners, we often worry about the hooves and legs of our animals but it is easy to overlook how important the horse’s eyes are.
Understanding how horses contact one another in a show environment leads to an improved understanding of disease prevention.
Equine Canada is pleased to announce that in an effort to make our High Performance 1 coaching program accessible to our busy coaches, we will be travelling to Ocala, Fla. on February 9-11, 2015 to host training modules. Although these sessions are targeted at prospective High Performance 1 coaches, current Equine Canada certified coaches or […]
Dressage Canada members recently received a notice advising that the 2015 rules for Dressage have just been posted. Many changes are of an updating or clarifying nature but today, we will draw your attention to some of the changes that may impact you in the upcoming competition year. Firstly though, be assured that with the […]
It is important that before advanced diagnostic imaging is done, previous examinations should have narrowed the source of the problem to a specific area.