Horse Health Videos


Sheath Cleaning for Male Horses: How-To

August 22, 2011

Cleaning the sheath of a male horse is an unpleasant, but often necessary task. Learn how in this video.... Read More


Objective Determination of Lameness in the Horse

October 30, 2015

Dr. Kevin Keegan examines the biomechanics related to diagnosing equine lameness. ... Read More


Feeding and Fueling Racehorses

May 14, 2013

Dr. Scott Palmer describes a typical racehorse feeding regimen. ... Read More


How To: Condition Your Horse for Summer Riding

May 24, 2013

Dr. Erica McKenzie shares how to get your horse into riding shape after a winter's rest.... Read More


Selecting Safe Horse Fencing

November 20, 2015

Alayne Blickle of Horses for Clean Water offers tips on selecting horse-safe fencing.... Read More


Is the Hoof Smart? Adaptability of the Equine Foot

September 30, 2014

Dr. Debra Taylor describes the visual exam of a healthy hoof and how feet can change in response to external factors.... Read More


Regular Care of UPenn's Semi-Feral Pony Herd

August 15, 2013

Dr. Sue McDonnell describes the regular care and maintenance of UPenn's semi-feral pony research herd.... Read More


Advances in Joint Disease Treatment

September 30, 2015

Learn about the newest advances in understanding and treating joint disease in horses from Dr. Wayne Mcllwraith. ... Read More


Rest is Recommended When a Horse Ties Up

May 15, 2013

Dr. Erica McKenzie answers a common question. Should a horse walk or rest when tying up?... Read More


Tying-Up Explained

May 21, 2013

Dr. Erica McKenzie describes the common causes of exertional rhabdomyolysis in horses.... Read More


Red Urine Risk After Tying Up Episode

May 17, 2013

Dr. Erica McKenzie of Oregon State University shares why red urine is a concern in horses that are tying up.... Read More


Deworming Part 4: Products

September 01, 2013

Dr. Steve Sundholm presents the different types of dewormers available for horses and how they work.... Read More

Automatic waterers are chore-efficient, conserve water and offer the peace of mind of knowing your horse always has a supply of fresh water available.


The Benefits of Using an Automatic Waterer for Horses

November 06, 2015

Horses for Clean Water's Alayne Blickle offers reasons to consider installing automatic waterers in your horse barn.... Read More


Q & A: Trimming Feed Costs

January 21, 2013

Dr. Laurie Lawrence discusses how horse owners can cut their feed costs without cutting corners.... Read More


5 Things You Need to Know: Newborn Foals

March 14, 2013

Dr. Gary Magdesian of the University of California, Davis, shares important facts about neonatal foal health.... Read More


When to Help a Mare during Foaling

April 02, 2013

Reproductive specialist Dr. Pat McCue describes instances when a mare needs help during labor.... Read More


Pain Management in Horses

August 31, 2015

Dr. Anthony Blikslager offers insight to vets on recognizing horses in pain and covers drug therapy options.... Read More


Deworming, Part 1: Then vs. Now

April 01, 2013

Dr. Steve Sundholm discusses how internal parasite control for horses has changed over the years.... Read More


Shock Wave Therapy

February 27, 2015

Equine surgeon Dr. Scott McClure explains what shock wave therapy is and how it works.... Read More


How to Fit an English Saddle

May 04, 2015

Master Saddler Ian Hastilow shows how to properly place an English saddle on a horse and check for its correct fit.... Read More


Equine Welfare: Lessons Learned

January 30, 2015

Dr. Tom Lenz shares information about the "unwanted" horse and changing perceptions of equine welfare.... Read More


Dr. Temple Grandin on Fear in Horses

August 12, 2013

Dr. Temple Grandin, a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, talks about fear in horses.... Read More

Routine hoof care is critical for your horse’s soundness and well-being. “A lot of times, when horses are on pasture, not in performance and not getting ridden very often, hoof problems arise due to longer intervals between care,” Tanner says. Whether a horse is barefoot or shod, “routine trimming by a skilled farrier,” is essential to reduce the possibility of laminitis, he adds.


2012 Laminitis Conference: Trimming Too Short?

November 05, 2012

Instructor and farrier Chris Gregory, CJF, FWCF, answers a user's question about trimming hooves too short.... Read More


WVC 2013: Making the Change to Barefoot

February 21, 2013

Dr. Debra Taylor shares some points to consider when transitioning horses from being shod to going barefoot. ... Read More

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