We all know that pets are prone to getting fleas and ticks, but did you know that these pesky parasites could transmit dangerous diseases to
Courtesy of Classic Equine Equipment Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the barn All the horses were resting, well-fed and warm. Their stockings
By, Dale Miller Courtesy of Iowa State University Extension & Outreach Horses, unlike ATVs, can’t be put away for the winter just because they’re not
Answered by Madison Seamans, DVM, MS, Cornerstone Equine Medical Service, Wilder, IdahoCourtesy of AAEP Question: What causes an 18-year-old maiden mare (never bred) to have a
The Nolan Watters Memorial Barrel Race was created to raise awareness and help open up conversations about suicide and depression. The 4th annual event did
Another great show to the books! Andalusian World Cup comes in stronger every year! A new edition of our morphological-functional competition Sanctioned by ANCCE was
Courtesy of Horse by Farnam As the seasons change and it turns to fall, horse owners will face a couple of new concerns with their
Courtesy of SmartPak Cleaning and storing your horse sheets and blankets properly is essential to making them last. You should store them up off the
Courtesy of Kansas State University There is a long-recognized syndrome is middle-aged horses characterized by founder (laminitis) and obesity. The characteristic appearance is an overweight,
Courtesy of eXtention No horse owner wants to see their horse in pain. Dental pain can sometimes be hard to identify, but it can greatly
Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily Horse Breeding: Verify your broodmare’s pregnancy and plan for the next year’s foaling. One of the most important development periods
By Dr. Lydia Gray, SmartPak Medical Director/Staff Veterinarian Horses need care year-round, but special attention during the changing of the seasons can help ease horses into
Courtesy of Classic Equine Equipment The perfect gift for your horse may be a little bit of pampering. OK, we know you already pamper your
Courtesy of Downunder Horsemanship When we see horses being worked and their ears are pinned back, we often assume the horse is cranky or upset.
Courtesy of Horse Health by Farnam Horses are bred and raised for athletic endeavors. Successful athletes require good genetics, conformation, proper nutrition, training and conditioning.