Rehabilitating the Injured Horse
When an active or performance horse gets injured, the diagnosis and treatment can vary dramatically from surgery to solely stall rest.
“Click” with your Horse: The Basics on Clicker Training
Many of you have probably heard the term ‘clicker training,’ but do you know what it is? Equine clicker training is a relatively new method of training that is becoming popular with horse owners.
Benefits of Cross-Training Your Horse
Top human athletes often work on a rigorous cross-training schedule. They devote themselves to their own specific sport, but also branch out to improve muscle strength, endurance, coordination and overall soundness.
Methods for Rehabilitation
A lame horse is enough to chill any horseman’s heart. Luckily nowadays, horses and their owners have plenty of new options to help in the healing process.
Understanding Equine Joint Structure and Function
When the term “soundness” is used for horses, it almost always means orthopedic soundness. Respiratory soundness is important too, but most people think of legs and joints first.
What Is Oxidative Stress?
Regardless of the type of event, all equine athletes require nutrients for stamina and performance.
The Scoop on Joint Care
Horses are bred and raised for athletic endeavors. Successful athletes require good genetics, conformation, proper nutrition, training and conditioning.
Barn Maintenance (3)
Equine Health (17)
Fly + Pest Control (6)
Hoof + Leg Care (5)
Horse Care (12)
Leather Care (2)
Wound & Skin (2)
Grooming – A Mini Health Check-Up
The Mane Attraction – Tips for Achieving a Beautiful Mane & Tail
Under the Sun – Protecting Your Horse from Sun Damage and Sunburn
Ticks Bite – How to Protect Your Horse against Ticks