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Parasites in Horses Still a Common Problem. Here's Why.

Welcome to Parasites and the Equine Gut, our new series that investigates the connection between parasite control and gut health — and what we can do to help. The first article in the series, Part […]

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Anemia In Horses Part 5: Treating Equine Anemia

Anemia in horses is rarely discussed outside of racing circles, but is an insidious condition with significant impact on a horse’s health and performance ability. In this five part series, we will provide a comprehensive […]

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Myth: Only Nervous, Stressed Horses Get Ulcers. Why All Horses Can Get Ulcers.

In Monday Myths we debunk common misconceptions about a range of topics regarding equine digestive health and care. These are real statements made by real horse people. Have a question or topic you would like to see covered? Submit your […]

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4 Reasons Impaction Colic Risk in Horses May Increase in Winter

When the weather turns colder, horses must adapt to changes in feed and lifestyle, which can have a negative impact on digestive health. Reduced water intake, increased grain rations, lower quality forage, and less movement may all […]

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Show Season Health: Equine Air Travel

Now that the list of nominated entries for the U.S. Equestrian Team has been announced, the pressure is on for London-bound Olympians. The next month will be filled with high-intensity training sessions, but competitors will […]

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Settling Your Horse in at a Competition

If you’ve been following our series on Show Season Health, you probably have a better idea of how to mitigate the stresses of traveling so that your horse arrives at the showgrounds in tip-top condition.  […]

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