Podcasts

Vesicular Stomatitis: An Emerging Equine Disease

If you own horses in Colorado, you're probably familiar with VS. Elsewhere, you might get to know it soon enough.

How Do You Break the Cycle of Thrush?

Dr. Ashley Embly answers a question about managing thrush in horses who live in wet environments.

Can Horses Suffer from Frostbite?

Dr. Nancy Loving addresses the threat of frostbite in horses during extreme winter weather.

Trailering Safely in Winter Weather

Our panelists share their expertise on hauling horses during winter weather.

Should I Close My Horse in the Barn During Winter?

Alayne Blickle and Dr. Loving share their thoughts on whether or not horses should live in closed barns during winter.

Should a Body-Clipped Horse Warm Up in a Quarter Sheet?

Our panelists discuss the benefits and uses of a wool or fleece quarter sheet.

Mud Management and Equine Health

Icky, messy, smelly mud. Listen to this Q&A about mud management and treating mud-related horse health issues.

Equine Sports Therapy: How It Can Help Your Horse Heal

An FEI veterinarian and equine sports therapist answer your questions about keeping your horse performing at his best.

Saddle Fit: Basics and Beyond

Is your horse unhappy under saddle? Get your questions answered by a veterinarian who is also a saddle fitter.

Sniffle, Cough, Sneeze: Infectious Respiratory Disease

Learn how to protect your horses from rapidly spreading respiratory diseases, such as influenza, strangles, and rhino.

PPID: Early Signs, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Learn how to recognize subtle signs and offer your horse an early intervention for equine Cushing's disease.

How Can a Licensed Architect Help With Your Horse Property?

Our host Michelle, who's married to an architect, and equine architect Carolyn Adams discuss why you should hire one.

The Risk of Using Compounded Drugs to Treat Ulcers

Find out from Dr. Frank Andrews why you should avoid using compounded omeprazole to treat your horse's gastric ulcers.

How Do I Treat My Horse's Gastric Ulcers on a Budget?

Dr. Frank Andrews offers suggestions for diagnosing and treating equine gastric ulcers on a budget.

Understanding Equine Insurance and Liability

Are you covered? Equine insurance experts answer your questions about horse and equestrian property insurance.

Designing and Perfecting Your Equine Property

An equestrian facility architect and a horse management expert answer your questions about horse farm design.

The Equine Athlete: Healthy Hooves, Healthy Joints

Vets know balanced hooves help maintain healthy joints. Learn more from our experts, who are both vets and farriers.

How Common are Equine Gastric Ulcers?

Dr. Frank Andrews shares insight into how likely a horse is to have gastric ulcers. His answer might surprise you.

Equine Gastric Ulcers: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention

Dull coat? Cinchy? Thin? Your horse might be one of the 50-90% suffering from gastric ulcers.

Rehabilitating & Reconditioning Equine Athletes After Injury

Learn about management techniques and new therapy options that can help horses heal.

Is It Okay for Horses to Graze on a Lawn?

Equine nutrition and hay experts address the benefits and drawbacks of allowing horses to graze on lawns.

Is Sun-Bleached Hay Bad for Horses?

University of Kentucky hay expert Tom Keene addresses the potential drawbacks to buying and feeding sun-bleached hay.

Where Can I Get My Horse's Hay Tested?

A University of Kentucky horse hay expert offers tips on getting a representative hay sample for a nutritional analysis.

Should I Test My Hay's Nutritional Content for My Horses?

A listener asks if hay nutrition testing is necessary, especially when buying small batches from multiple fields.