Genetic testing can help owners and breeders keep the good, weed out the bad and manage the ugly.
Keep your horse hydrated during the winter with these tried and true watering techniques. To some, winter horse care…
Horses living in gritty desert climates, such as Nevada, are at high risk of developing sand colic. Owners can reduce that risk with some simple management solutions.
In 2011, cases of EHV-1, or equine herpesvirus-1, were rampant following two large events held in Utah. This May, several confirmed cases of EHV-1 have surfaced in Mississippi, Colorado, Tennessee and Kentucky.
As everyone knows, horses sometimes can be difficult to deworm. Here’s how Rex Blackwell, horseshoer and Equine Muscle Conditioning instructor, Wickenburg, Arizona, gets the job done.
Know how to handle this hot-weather emergency.
We couldn’t step you through the pre-purchase process (described in this month’s print feature, “9 Things You Don’t Know About Pre-Purchase Exams”) because no veterinarian uses exactly the same procedure. They’ll all be equally thorough in their own way. Dr. Ed Murray outlines his procedure, giving you a glimpse into the process. Allocate two to four hours for this evaluation.