The Horse Staff

The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care is a monthly equine publication providing the latest news and information on the health, care, welfare, and management of all equids.

Articles by The Horse Staff

Neurologic EHV-1 Confirmed in Virginia Horse

A 14-year-old gelding from western Albemarle County has tested positive for neurologic equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1), Read More

10 Conditioning Resources on

Confused about conditioning? Here are 10 resources available to you for free on Read More

Ask The Horse Live: Name Change for Popular Podcast's Ask The Vet Live podcast series will now be called Ask The Horse Live. Read More

Rutgers Horse Management Seminar to Take Place Feb. 8

This year's program will focus on "Grazing Rewards and Concerns: How and Why to Manage Your Pastures." Read More

10 Winter Horse Care Resources on

Review these cold-weather horse care articles to help you keep your horses happy and healthy this winter. Read More

The Horse's Top Videos of 2014

Here are the 10 most viewed videos of 2014. Did your favorites make the list? Read More

The Horse's Top Slideshows of 2014

Before we jump into 2015, we've taken a few minutes to tally's most viewed slideshows of 2014. Read More

The Horse's Top Podcasts of 2014

Here's a rundown of the 10 most popular horse health podcasts of the past year. Read More

The Horse's Top Infographics of 2014

We rolled out a slew of infographics in the last year. Here are the 10 most viewed of 2014. Read More

The Horse's Top Free Reports of 2014

Trying to stay warm between winter feedings? Curl up with The Horse's 10 most downloaded free reports of 2014. Read More

The Horse's Top Blog Posts of 2014

The Horse's bloggers had a busy 2014. Here's a look back at the past year's most viewed blog posts. Read More

The Horse's Top 10 Horse Health Articles of 2014

Covering a variety of horse health topics, the following articles received the most views over the past year. Enjoy! Read More

Infographic: Vaccinating Your Horse

Learn how vaccines can protect horses, why they're important, and which ones your horse needs in our visual guide. Read More

Biosecurity Tip of the Month: Biosecurity Notices

Something as simple as a sign can help organizers run events that promote horse health and biosecurity. Read More

Wednesday's Top Tweets from the 2014 AAEP Convention

Quick take-homes from sessions on wild horses, barn fires, regenerative medicine, and dentistry. Read More

Tuesday's Top Tweets from the 2014 AAEP Convention

Tidbits from sessions on the horse's back, biosecurity, infectious disease, pelvic fractures, and more. Read More

Monday's Top Tweets from the 2014 AAEP Convention

Take-homes from the Milne lecture and sessions on internal medicine, imaging, vet practice, ligament injuries, and more. Read More

Sunday's Top Tweets from the 2014 AAEP Convention

Tweets from the Kester News Hour and sessions on ophthalmology, lameness, sarcoids, and reproduction. Read More

Infographic: Heaves

RAO is a chronic problem similar to asthma in humans. Help your heavy horse breath easy with tips from our visual guide. Read More

10 Horse Rescue Resources on

Get horse rescue resources to help with everything from finding a reputable rescue to refeeding a starved horse. Read More

Biosecurity Tip of the Month: Dogs at Event Facilities

Dogs can pose horse health risks in some cases. Consider these tips before bringing your pup along to your next event. Read More

Infographic: Healthy Coats

A glossy hair coat is a sure sign of horse health. Discover the steps to creating the ultimate coat in our visual guide. Read More

Kansas State to Host Equine Clinic on Nov. 8

Presentation topics will include senior horse dental problems, feeding horses, behavior, farriery, and more. Read More

Infographic: Understanding Endotoxemia

Endotoxemia is a serious condition with a range of causes, including retained placentas, colic, and skin infections. Read More

Texas Releases Final Vesicular Stomatitis Quarantines

Meanwhile, dozens of premises in Colorado remain under quarantine for the disease. Read More