Lindsay Day, REMT

Lindsay Day is a registered equine massage therapist and freelance health and science writer. She and her horse, A.J., are based in Ontario, Canada, where Day is currently pursuing an master’s of science in population medicine at the University of Guelph.

Articles by Lindsay Day

Summertime Shade and Shelter

Trees, sheds, and other structures can provide horses relief from wind, rain, heat, and more. Here's what to remember. Read More

10 Toxic Substances to Avoid

Learn about 10 common plants and chemicals your horse should never eat. Read More

Check Ligament Surgery Helps Racehorses with SDFT Injuries

Of the 332 horses that underwent the procedure, 228 (69%) went on to race post-surgery. Read More

Standardbred Racing Performance after OC Surgery Evaluated

Yearlings that had surgical treatment for hock osteochondrosis (OC) performed as well as those without OC. Read More

Researchers Study Bleeding in Australian Racehorses

Researchers found that epistaxis occurred in approximately 0.2% of their study population. Read More

Cooling Your Horse Out on Cold Days

Learn how to properly cool your horse out after cold weather exercise to avoid chills and muscle tension. Read More