The articles I write primarily deal with the health of the horse. Disease processes, emerging therapies and new technologies all have a bearing on the welfare of our horses. Those […]
For most of us, February is the start of breeding season. With a good number of foals already on the ground, mare owners are eager to get their mares back […]
Vital signs are easy but important diagnostics that tell you if the horse’s systems are functioning correctly.
For horses and people alike, the commonality we share that we can all identify with is back pain. Young or old, athlete or couch potato, back pain is the common denominator we all share.
If you show Western performance horses, at some point you’ll likely need to transport a horse from one part of the country to another.
If you are involved in any type of athletics, you’re likely aware of how the types of foods you eat can affect your performance.
One of the most important equine conditions that you may have never heard of is called Leaky Gut Syndrome (LGS).
There are many things in this world we do not know about that will not necessarily hurt us. There are some things, though, that we live with every day truly having no knowledge of that can, and will hurt us, regardless of our ignorance.
If the heat is getting to you, chances are it's a lot harder on your horse. Knowing what to look for will help keep your horses safe during times like these.
Dr. Justin High of Reata Equine Hospital in Weatherford, Texas, and Michael Eggleston, Key Account Manager at Kemin Equine, discuss the importance of equine prebiotics and probiotics for gut health.