A look at the pros and cons of standing vs. recumbent magnetic resonance imaging systems.
With a recent spike in popularity—and more than 100 years of tight inbreeding—these horses are developing serious breed-specific conditions.
When it comes to the use of furosemide for treating EIPH, here's what veterinarians can all agree on.
New developments in saddle analysis can help veterinarians determine if a horse's sore back is due to poor-fitting tack.
Certain areas have seen cluster outbreaks of this disease and helped shed light on risk factors and preventive measures.
Current weather patterns and deworming protocols are likely factors in development.
As researchers examine data from previous outbreaks, more insight is gained into reducing susceptibility to further epidemics.
New studies show rehab can get horses back to health even more quickly than previously thought.
Using grazing muzzles may help limit intake and reduce the chance of overfeeding.
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