"Dressage is the art of teaching the horse to carry you. Riding is the art of learning to be a good load to carry." Richard Weiss
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Other topics to be addressed are disaster planning, the Thoroughbred’s versatility as a sport horse, racing surfaces, and more.
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Authorities removed 27 donkeys, four horses, and a mule from a property near Houston on June 13.
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Why might replacing long-stem hay with hay pellets help a senior horse's loose manure resolve? Our equine nutritionist weighs in.
The IDEA Veterinary Innovation Competition is intended to stimulate and develop creative ideas from young veterinary problem solvers.
The post VetPrep Partners With Merck Animal Health for Season 3 of the Veterinary Student Innovation Competition appeared first on The Horse.
Water is one of the essential nutrients a horse's body needs to perform a number of life-support functions. Here's what to remember about supplying your horse with water as summer approaches.
Barrie Grant, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, has been an equine veterinarian for more than 50 years and has been an official California Horse Racing Board veterinarian since 2009.
Researchers have learned that foals and dams appear to prefer looking at each other with their left eyes and keeping each other in their left field of vision in most situations.
The Farm Bill contains legislation regarding horses, but its failure had nothing to do with equine industry issues.
Misinterpretations (believing a horse is happy when in fact he's depressed, for example) could cause these future professionals to miss signs of poor welfare and put themselves at risk of injury (if they perceive an agitated horse as playful, for instance).
The post Study Shows Some Vet Students Misinterpret Horse Behavior appeared first on The Horse.
Giguère, professor and Marguerite Hodgson Chair in Equine Studies at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, died unexpectedly following an accident on May 27. He was 48.
The post Internal Medicine Researcher Dr. Steeve Giguère Dies appeared first on The Horse.
|Take the scenic road to Reinstein Ranch. Country quiet, yet minutes to downtown Livermore/ Pleasanton/ Dublin, Board, ride and just relax at one of the oldest historic Ranches in Northern California. We have three round pens and two arenas; both lit for night riding and one covered. We have forty-five stalls with mats and footing, a twenty-nine acre co-ed pasture and a fourteen-acre mare pasture, both with shelters. Barn stalls are available too. Stunning vistas at every turn. Horses are fed quality grass hay, twice daily and stalls are cleaned daily. Our network of ranch roads are 100% mud-free in winter. We have cross ties, wash racks, trailer parking and plenty of areas for tack. Monthly ranch BBQ's for boarders, friends and family. Dog friendly, 925-447-0194, , , , AD ID: 187989, Livermore, CA, Submitted On: 07/21, Revised: 04/16|