"Dressage is the art of teaching the horse to carry you. Riding is the art of learning to be a good load to carry." Richard Weiss
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The livestock heat index can helps producers know when animals, including horses, are at risk for heat stress and require extra resources to combat and withstand the conditions.
Degeneration involves changes in the discs’ color, texture, and integrity due to age and possibly use, researchers said.
The post Horse Vertebral Disc Degeneration More Common Than Once Thought appeared first on The Horse.
Many Thoroughbreds start racing at 2, but Justify didn't make his first start until he was 3 and won the Triple Crown. Does this mean we shouldn't start racing horses until they're older? An equine surgeon and lameness specialist weighs in.
The steps you take to care for your horse both immediately after a competition and once you're back home are important to his athletic longevity. Read an excerpt of this article featured in the June 2018 issue to learn more.
As a result of heavy rains and increased mosquito populations, officials are encouraging owners to ensure horses are vaccinated against EEE and WNV.
The post Maryland Owners Urged to Keep Horses’ Vaccines Current appeared first on The Horse.
Attendees gained insight on how the horse industry can learn from other industries, utilize data that has been collected, and capitalize on opportunities to grow and expand equine interests.
Do you know what to do–and just as importantly, what not to do–if your horse displays vague, mild, or serious signs of what might be colic? Your answer could save your horse’s life.
The post Dealing With Equine Colic: Here are 33 Do’s and Don’ts appeared first on The Horse.
Equine recurrent uveitis, or ERU, remains a timely, expensive, and unrewarding disease to treat due to recurrence, loss of vision, and loss of use.
The post Optimizing Chances of Equine Recurrent Uveitis Treatment Success appeared first on The Horse.
Three veterinary students aspiring toward careers in equine medicine have been selected to each receive a $75,000 Coyote Rock Ranch Veterinary Scholarship.
The post Vet Students Receive Coyote Rock Ranch Scholarships appeared first on The Horse.
One Auburn University veterinarian says she routinely uses acupuncture on horses for pain management associated with musculoskeletal conditions, such as arthritis, and for treating neuropathies.
The post Acupuncture Can Help Treat Chronic Pain, Other Conditions in Horses appeared first on The Horse.
|Take the scenic road to Reinstein Ranch. Country quiet, yet minutes to downtown Livermore/ Pleasanton/ Dublin, Board, ride and just relax at one of the oldest historic Ranches in Northern California. We have three round pens and two arenas; both lit for night riding and one covered. We have forty-five stalls with mats and footing, a twenty-nine acre co-ed pasture and a fourteen-acre mare pasture, both with shelters. Barn stalls are available too. Stunning vistas at every turn. Horses are fed quality grass hay, twice daily and stalls are cleaned daily. Our network of ranch roads are 100% mud-free in winter. We have cross ties, wash racks, trailer parking and plenty of areas for tack. Monthly ranch BBQ's for boarders, friends and family. Dog friendly, 925-447-0194, , , , AD ID: 187989, Livermore, CA, Submitted On: 07/21, Revised: 04/16|