Horseman's Report


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  • 5 Things to Look for in Your Horse's Manure

    Analyzing your horse’s manure can reveal important information and is one of the best ways to monitor your horse’s health. Read about the 5 things to look for in your horse's manure!

  • Anatomy of Your Horse’s Skin

    Skin is a very important part of horse anatomy & health. Understanding the makeup of his skin is the first step to keeping it healthy. Learn more today!

  • Caring for Senior Horses

    Thanks to better nutrition, management & veterinary care, horses are living much longer. Let Horseman’s Report help you care for your senior horse!

  • Equine Allergies: Nothing to “Sneeze” at!

    Just like people, horses can suffer from allergies too. Read Horseman’s Report to learn more about horse allergies, prevention & testing today!

  • Equine Emergency: Choke!

    Choke in horses cause the airway stays open & the horse is generally not in immediate danger. Learn more about signs of horse choking today!

  • How to Weigh Your Horse

    In addition to a horse's normal, resting vital signs, every horse owner should know how much their horse weights. Learn how to weigh your horse!

  • Is Your Horse Too Fat or Too Skinny?

    Horse weight determines how much to feed, how much de-wormer to give & a myriad of other indicators. Learn more about average horse weight today!

  • Ways to Measure Fitness in Horses

    Many factors contribute to your horse's overall fitness. To understand the full picture of your horse’s fitness, you’ll need to look at elements beyond age, weight and soundness.

  • Oh, Crud: Managing Skin Irritations

    Your horse’s skin is his largest and one of his most important organs. The skin does everything from help your horse stay hydrated to hold his body together; healthy skin also blocks invading pathogens and provides protection against bugs and the sun.

  • Poisonous Plants for Horses

    Poisonous plants are a concern for all horse owners, especially for those with horses who live out on pasture. Learn which toxic plants are poisonous for horses, how to recognize them and understand the symptoms they may cause.

  • Understanding Equine Behavior

    You’ve had your horse for a few years and have a great partnership with him, but do you really know him? Horses communicate to other horses and humans with their body language, which can sometimes be misinterpreted by horse owners.

  • Under the Sun – Protecting Your Horse from Sun Damage and Sunburn

    In the late spring & early fall, horses lie flat on their sides while soaking up the sunrays. Learn how to protect your horses from the sun today!