Tricked Out Trick Riders

October 7, 2016 0
By Ddee Haynes The first thing you notice when she walks into the room is the wild blonde hair, sparkling eyes and a 100-watt smile. What the outside doesn’t tell you is she is a […]

Colic in the horse: Part 1

September 29, 2016 0
By Lauren Lamb The No. 1 killer of horses in the United States is colic. Colic is not a disease but rather a combination of clinical signs that point toward abdominal pain and dysfunction in […]

Lower respiratory tract disease in horses: Part 2

September 21, 2016 0
By Lauren Lamb Last month we talked about lower respiratory tract disease in horses as it pertains to infectious pneumonia (bacterial, viral and parasites). This article expands on lower respiratory tract disease in horses by […]

Slow and Steady

August 29, 2016 0
By Krista Lucas Getting a horse to a professional level in any event or discipline takes time, dedication and plenty of heart. It can be a long road to seeing if the young, inexperienced horse […]

Upper Respiratory Tract Disease

July 1, 2016 0
By Lauren Lamb The upper respiratory tract of a horse extends from the nostrils to the larynx, also known as the voice box, which is located at the level of the throat latch.  Problems arising […]

Camp of Champions

June 27, 2016 0
By Ddee Haynes By the time you read this, the three rodeo arenas will be empty, the bunk house neat and tidy, all the stalls cleaned and the only thing you will hear is the […]

Equine Chiropractic Medicine

June 13, 2016 0
By Tricia Bailey Equine chiropractic medicine is a growing trend in the equine industry. Chiropractic medicine can be used in all breeds and riding disciplines, from three-day eventers, to racehorses, to barrel horse and pasture […]

Blister Beetle Toxicity in Horses

May 27, 2016 0
By Marty New Blister beetles are insects terrifying to horse owners everywhere. Blister beetle poisoning results from ingestion of cantharidin, a toxic chemical carried by numerous species of blister beetles. Over 200 species of blister […]

Lameness in the Horse

February 26, 2016 0
By Lauren Lamb Every horse owner dreads the day they go out to ride or exercise their horse and notice that their equine athlete is lame. For a horse owner, this can create multiple questions […]

5 Common Winter Horse Care Mistakes

February 2, 2016 0
By Laci Jones With the winter season in full swing, it is especially important to make certain your livestock are well taken care of. “Winter is the time where we see the most colic in […]
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