Dr. Camie Heleski shares scientific information about how much horses might learn from watching each other.
Join us live from the United States Pony Club 2017 Festival and learn how to take care of your mature Pony Club mount!
Learning theory describes how we can influence horse behavior and improve training outcomes.
Dr. Martin Nielsen gives a basic overview of health issues that could indicate your horse has "worms."
Get parasite control advice for horses that haven't been dewormed recently from Dr. Kenton Morgan.
Dr. Martin Nielsen explains why composting and good manure management are imperative to internal parasite control.
Foals are at the greatest risk for internal parasites. Dr. Kenton Morgan offers advice for protecting them.
Learn the most up-to-date information about when and how to deworm your horses.
Dr. Rose Nolen-Walston shares how NSAIDs can help with painful sunburns and why talking to your vet first is important.
Dr. Nicole Scherrer explains how natural pigmentation can help protect a horse's eyes from sunburn.
Dr. Nicole Scherrer offers recommendations to protect a horse's sensitive muzzle from UV light.
Dr. Rose Nolen-Walston helps distinguish painful sunburn from potentially fatal photosensitivity.
Do you have a horse with pink skin? Learn how to keep him from burning this summer.
Weight gain is a common sign of EMS. But what other indicators should horse owners watch for?
Vet and farrier Dr. Vernon Dryden offers insight into foot care for horses suffering from EMS-related laminitis.
Certain breeds seem more susceptible to EMS. Dr. Amanda Adams shares information about possible genetic links.
University of Kentucky researcher Amanda Adams, PhD, gives an overview of EMS and how it affects horses.
Equine metabolic syndrome can cause obesity, insulin resistance, and laminitis. Find out how to care for your EMS horse.
Outbreaks occur at horse shows and racetracks. But are trail horses susceptible? Dr. Stephen Reed responds.
Now what? Internal medicine specialist Dr. Stephen Reed offers advice.
Dr. Stephen Reed responds to whether or not horses can have EHV and spread the disease but not get sick themselves.
Dr. Stephen Reed shares the clinical signs a horse infected with equine herpesvirus might exhibit.
With EHV cases reported from California to Kentucky already in 2017, get information you need to protect your horse.
EOTRH is a mouthful to say but leaves horses without a mouth full of teeth. Dr. Lynn Caldwell explains.