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Take a look at how adding studs to horseshoes can help horses navigate less-than-ideal footing.
The post Studs: Boosting Horses’ Traction in Sporting Events appeared first on The Horse.
Drs. Anthony Blikslager and Louise Southwood describe the reasons why older horses are at risk for colic.
What could cause a horse to develop equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis (or EOTRH)?
The measure amended the state's Veterinary Medicine and Surgery Practice Act to exempt equine massage therapists from being licensed by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.
The post Nebraska Ends Equine Massage Therapist License Requirement appeared first on The Horse.
Catch a ride with U.S. Team eventer Boyd Martin and find out what it takes to prepare high-performance horses for competition.
Jerusalem artichoke meal showed promise in getting sugars out of healthy horses’ systems quicker than normal, but it hasn't yet been tested in IR horses.
The post Scientists Study Supplement That Could Help IR Horses appeared first on The Horse.
Post-foaling colic is a significant threat for mares. Dr. Anthony Blikslager describes what to look for and how to respond if your mare colics following foaling.
Many other conditions besides colic can cause coliclike signs. And as with colic, delayed treatment or misdiagnosis can have serious consequences. Here's what you need to know.
A barrel racing horse developed rapidly progressive signs of EHM (the neuorlogic form of EHV-1) on April 19 and was euthanized the same day.
The post EHM Confirmed in Bowman County, North Dakota, Horse 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|