The new PET scanner will be used to identify patterns of stress remodeling in the horse's fetlock and assess how they are affected by training and track conditions.
Healthy soil and healthy horses are inter-related, and microbial populations in the horse's gut, called the micrometer, are beneficiaries of this relationship.
Changes that might make your horse a senior can creep up slowly over time and this makes it important to continually assess your older horses.
Correctly caring for an equine with metabolic syndrome takes some major lifestyle changes.
A correct diet will eliminate the need for a hoof supplement - but it won't substitute for a good physiological trim.
Two related endocrine disorders of mature and geriatric horses: equine Cushing's disease and a condition known as metabolic syndrome feature striking clinical similarities.
Every pregnancy loss by a mare raises questions concerning our ability to have prevented that loss and whether we could have done more.
Toxic forages such as fescues are the most common causes of poisoning in horses.
Ongoing equine health study reveals important respiratory disease findings, including notable changes in influenza.
Essential horse management skills include identifying early signs of health problems, evaluating a horse's health status and responding appropriately.