An equine behavior consultant explains how we can improve equine welfare through research.
Horses for Clean Water Direct Alayne Blickle describes what a French drain is and how they can help control mud.
Why do horses do the things they do? A behaviorist talks about how horses learn, stereotypies, herd dynamics, and more!
Dr. Ashley Embly of Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital describes scratches and offers tips for managing the skin condition.
Dr. Ashley Embly of Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital offers her thoughts on if leg protection can prevent scratches.
Liz in Kentucky is concerned a fly sheet will make her horse hot. Drs. Susan White and Ann Rashmir offer their thoughts.
Rain rot is highly contagious. Drs. Susan White and Ann Rashmir suggest ways to prevent its spread.
Horses for Clean Water's Alayne Blickle offers advice for limiting mud around gates, troughs, and on walkways.
Drs. Susan White and Ann Rashmir offer insight on which allergy test is best and their role in managing itchy horses.
Dr. Ann Rashmir reviews insect hypersensitivity, a condition so menacing it can even end horses' performance careers.
Dr. Ashely Embly addresses the health issues caused by horses living in wet, muddy conditions.
Equine skin issues can be difficult to manage. Find solutions for dealing with sweet itch, rain rot, and more!
If you own horses in Colorado, you're probably familiar with VS. Elsewhere, you might get to know it soon enough.
Dr. Ashley Embly answers a question about managing thrush in horses who live in wet environments.
Dr. Nancy Loving addresses the threat of frostbite in horses during extreme winter weather.
Our panelists share their expertise on hauling horses during winter weather.
Alayne Blickle and Dr. Loving share their thoughts on whether or not horses should live in closed barns during winter.
Our panelists discuss the benefits and uses of a wool or fleece quarter sheet.
Icky, messy, smelly mud. Listen to this Q&A about mud management and treating mud-related horse health issues.
An FEI veterinarian and equine sports therapist answer your questions about keeping your horse performing at his best.
Is your horse unhappy under saddle? Get your questions answered by a veterinarian who is also a saddle fitter.
Learn how to protect your horses from rapidly spreading respiratory diseases, such as influenza, strangles, and rhino.
Learn how to recognize subtle signs and offer your horse an early intervention for equine Cushing's disease.
Our host Michelle, who's married to an architect, and equine architect Carolyn Adams discuss why you should hire one.