Dr. Amanda Adamsis seeking donations of horses with PPID for her research at the University of Kentucky.
Here are a few ways to make feeding time more efficient without sacrificing your horse's dietary balance.
Learn what distinguishes PPID, EMS, and IR from each other and how to care for "metabolic" horses.
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Members of the U.S. equestrian community offer thoughts on whether the industry are vulnerable to harassment charges and what can be done to prevent harassment from occurring.
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A 10-year-old pony horse at the Cypress, California, track was euthanized after displaying severe neurologic signs of disease.
A look at racing ethics could help researchers and industry members acknowledge rightful concerns from a well-meaning public, help resolve misconceptions, and contribute to better equine welfare.
Dr. Britt Conklin offers suggestions on how to keep an abscessed hoof clean.
Is your horse's clumsiness a simple matter of long toes and uneven ground, or is a career-limiting condition to blame?
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The American Horse Council Foundation will announce the Economic Impact Study results at the event.
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