At home, your horse lives in an environment that you or barn staff strive to keep “biosecure”—well-defended against infectious disease with sound management practices and vigilance. But when you and your horse head off to a show, race, or trail ride, you’re taking him out of that controlled environment and exposing him to unfamiliar horses.

This informative report includes tips for maintaining a biosecure environment for your horse(s) and includes a sample biosecurity agreement.