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  • Headshaking

    Head shaking shows up in horses as uncontrollable shaking, jerking or flicking of the head, with no obvious physical irritation causing the condition. While some cases may be mild, head shaking can be severe enough to make a horse dangerous or unsuitable for riding. Other symptoms that may occur alongside

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  • Fractures

    Fractures, or breaks, can potentially occur in any bone in a horse’s body. Some types of fractures, however, are more common, especially among very athletic horses, such as racehorses. Causes of Fractures Fractures fall into several categories: An incomplete fracture (also known a “green stick,”

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  • Food and Nutrition

    From your point of view, as the caregiver, it is important to familiarize your horse with being handled-and of course, it is always gratifying to have a horse with a clean and smart appearance. Feeding your horse correctly is a vital element of effective horse care. A horse's natural grazing pattern

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  • Exerional Rhabdomyolysis (Tying-Up)

    Horse lovers have observed this frightening disease for centuries. It’s been called azoturia, tying-up, cording up, holiday disease and Monday morning disease; the last two names reflect that symptoms are sometimes observed after hard work followed by a period of rest. In the last couple of decades,

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  • Examining Your Horse

    Even if you fall in love with the horse, do not buy it before the animal has been thoroughly examined by a veterinarian with experience in performing purchase examinations. Long-time horse owners almost always have a veterinarian examine any animal before purchase and first-time owners should certainly

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  • Why Turnout is Essential Your Horse

    Could your horse's health suffer if it spends too much time indoors?

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  • Is Your Horse Showing Signs of Problems in its Hind Legs?

    Do you know the common causes of hind leg problems in horses?

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  • Signs That Your Horse is Stressed

    Can you recognize the signs of stress in your horse?

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  • Facts to Help You Care for Your Foal

    Do you know these foal facts?

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  • Managing Equine Asthma

    Does your horse have equine asthma? These tips will help you relieve asthma symptoms.

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  • Your Senior Horse and Exercising

    Do you know how much exercise your older horse needs?

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  • Horseback Riding in the Winter

    Are you planning to ride your horse this winter? Check out these safety tips.

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  • Your Winter Horse Care Checklist

    How prepared is your horse for winter weather?

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  • Anxiety in Horses

    Are you worried about your anxious horse? Try a few of these suggestions.

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  • Pregnancy in Horses

    Is your horse pregnant? A little extra care and attention will help keep your mare healthy during the pregnancy.

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  • How to Treat Eye Infections in Horses

    Do you know the signs of an eye infection in your horse?

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