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
June 17, 2010
Today Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games is commemorating 100 days to the opening ceremonies with a celebration in downtown Lexington, Ky., and live video will be available below. Read More
June 10, 2010
What's the best way to treat joint disease in sport horses? What does the research tell us? Find out in TheHorse.com's recent Webinar on managing joint disease in sport horses, presented by one of the world's foremost researchers on the topic. Read More
June 07, 2010
Last week, members of TheHorse.com enjoyed a rebroadcast of our popular Deworming Your Horse webinar, presented by Dr. Craig Reinemeyer, equine researcher and president of East Tennessee Clinical Research. Now, you can watch this webinar on demand... Read More
June 05, 2010
The first cases of vesicular stomatitis this year were reported in three horses in Cochise County, Ariz. Vesicular stomatitis is sporadically occurring virus that causes blister-like lesions in the mouth and on the dental pad, tongue, lips, nostrils, Read More
June 01, 2010
"We can't continue trying to control equine parasites the same way we've done for the last several decades," says Craig Reinemeyer, DVM, PhD, equine researcher and president of East Tennessee Clinical Research. Read More
May 23, 2010
In one of a horse owner's worst nightmares, a front tire blowout in a pickup truck has left five family members in the vehicle split up between Lebanon, Ohio, area hospitals and two horses in surgery, according to Read More
May 23, 2010
The state government of Queensland, Australia, along with the Australian federal government, has pledged $600,000 of funding towards research on a Hendra virus vaccine for horses, according to the Read More
May 15, 2010
According to a report by Horse and Hound, Bransby Home of Rest for Horses, a Lincolnshire-based charity in the UK, has been forced to temporarily close its doors after an outbreak of equine influenza was identified May 11. Read More
May 12, 2010
This week TheHorse.com has launched 12 free, handy Fact Sheets on topics of interest to hands-on horse owners. These are invaluable additions to the more than 30 widely acclaimed Fact Sheets that TheHorse.com launched in 2009... Read More
April 26, 2010
Do you have questions about how best to deworm your horses? You're not the only one! Join us for the extended Ask the Vet LIVE Q&A chat event on Parasite Basics and Deworming Tuesday April 27, from 2-3 p.m. EST. Read More
April 24, 2010
Do you have questions about equine internal parasites and deworming? You're not the only one! Join us on Tuesday, April 27, from 2:00-2:30 p.m. EST for our Ask the Vet Live question-and-answer chat event on Parasite Basics and Deworming! Read More
April 13, 2010
The Raleigh, N.C.-based News & Observer reported that a miniature donkey died of rabies last week on a Durham County goat farm Read More
March 17, 2010
Stephanie L. Church has been named Editor-in-Chief of The Horse, and will lead all editorial initiatives for both print and digital media platforms. Stephanie succeeds Kimberly S. Brown, who has left the company to pursue other business Read More
March 16, 2010
TheHorse.com and BloodHorse.com will be offline for a period of time Thursday, March 18, for maintenance starting at 9 a.m. Thursday's Welfare and Industry eNewsletter will be mailed out as usual.
E-mail also will be affected for Read More
March 08, 2010
Olympic dressage rider Courtney King-Dye was hospitalized after suffering a skull fracture when a young horse she was schooling slipped and fell last Wednesday.
Jason Dye posted an Read More
February 23, 2010
More than 300 free horses have found new homes through the free listing service provided by TheHorse.com since its launch in November 2008.
Originally created to help place Thoroughbreds in new homes, Standardbred listings were added Read More
February 16, 2010
National competitive trail mileage record holder Elmer Bandit was euthanized Feb. 14 at the age of 38 in the pasture of his longtime boarding stable, surrounded by several friends and his lifelong owner, Mary Anna Wood.
Following hi Read More
February 15, 2010
A group based in the United Kingdom is asking for horse owners' help in replacing homemade bits often used in India. Friends of Marwari/Kathiawari Horse U.K. has put out an open call for donations of small (5" and under) snaffle bits.< Read More
February 11, 2010
"Many surgical and medical procedures can be accomplished in the standing horse if appropriate combinations of physical and chemical restraint are employed," began John Hubbell, DVM, MS, professor of veterinary clinical sciences at The Ohio State Uni Read More
February 04, 2010
The colostrum banks at both Rood & Riddle and Hagyard equine hospitals in Lexington are dangerously low and in dire need of donations as the foaling season gains speed, the Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Manager's Club announced in a statem Read More
January 28, 2010
Did you miss the AAEP Convention this year? Fear not; you can still hear from some of the speakers and tradeshow representatives without trekking to Vegas!
News Editor Erin Ryder interviewed vets on top horse health topics. Read More
January 28, 2010
TellÂ the editors of horse magazines and Web sitesÂ what equine industry issues matter most to you by participating in the American Horse Publications survey. The survey deadline is Jan. 31, 2010. Read More
January 22, 2010
An expanded Profile section on TheHorse.com will help us better serve our users and allow you to better manage your communications from TheHorse.com.
January 14, 2010
January 06, 2010
TheHorse.com is getting 2010 off to a great start with three more Fact Sheets on topics that are important to our readers. The new fact sheets cover vaccinations for your horse, West Nile virus, and equine colic. Read More