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Horseback riding requires healthy backs--not just for horses but also humans. In fact, human back health can have direct implications on equine back health, as well as the horse’s welfare and performance.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, police have arrested one man and have obtained custody orders for three juveniles in connection with the shooting death of one horse and wounding of two others.
The horse first showed mild neurologic signs on May 10 and was admitted directly into isolation at the Marion DuPont Scott Equine Medical Center, in Leesburg, Virginia, on May 16.
Learn how veterinarians diagnosed and managed six real-life equine Cushing's cases.
The USDA said some horse industry organizations failed to find any soring violations when federal inspectors were not present at Tennessee Walking Horse shows and events.
The post USDA Says Walking Horse Groups Fail to List Soring Violations appeared first on The Horse.
Learn up-to-date, research-based information about early diagnosis and how to help care for your horse with Cushing's disease.
When veterinarians detected pregnancy loss in horses early enough for mares to be rebred, 57.3% delivered a live foal the following spring. Of those, mares 3 to 8 years old had a 73% live-foaling rate.
The post Foaling Rates ‘Good’ Following Pregnancy Loss in Horses appeared first on The Horse.
Horse owners might want to have their mares' ovaries surgically removed for a variety of reasons, including to prevent pregnancy, get rid of tumors, or, most commonly, resolve behavioral issues.
The post Minimally Invasive Ovary Removal Methods for Horses on the Rise appeared first on The Horse.
Nearly 65% of operations evaluated had a quarantine area where newly arriving equids or those with a contagious disease could be housed and kept separate from healthy residents.
The post USDA Equine 2015 Study: Biosecurity at Horse Operations appeared first on The Horse.
Back on Track announced the launch of a new product line aimed at improving the lives of active people.
The post Back on Track® Takes Comfort a Step Further with Launch of New Active Line appeared first on The Horse.
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