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Myth: Don’t Feed Horses Before Riding

This barn-aisle debate, whether or not to allow horses to eat before riding, rages on, often with little consensus. Perhaps you’ve been told not to feed a horse within 30 minutes to an hour before […]

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Small Strongyles: a Potentially Serious and Hidden Danger to Digestive Health

Much like the decades-old The Price is Right’s sign-off — “don’t forget to get your pets spayed or neutered!” — horse vets across the world have issued a similar plea for years: “Don’t forget to […]

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Myth: My Horse Isn’t Stressed

We’ve all seen horses that we would label easily “stressed out.” We see them sweating when it’s not hot or they haven’t exerted themselves, behaving aggressively, or jigging and whirling around their handlers. Sometimes we […]

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Right Dorsal Colitis - The Result of Too Much of a Good Thing

Ever had a friend offer to punch you in the arm to take your mind off of pain elsewhere in your body? Your buddy might be truly trying to help (and if you’re enduring something […]

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Colitis in Horses - An Overview for Owners & Managers

Imagine this: you’re working in the barn during the summer when your young nephew dashes into the aisle way. He’s barefoot, so you send him straight back out again — but not before he steps […]

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Feeding Tips: Impact of a Horse’s Nutrition on Hoof Health

Be honest: When was the last time you planned out your horse’s diet according to his hoof-care needs? If you’re like many horse owners, the answer might be “never.” After all, most of us are […]

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