Winter Horse Care

Equine nutrition, hydration, exercise, blanketing, and respiratory health can be concerns as temperatures dip.
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The transition from fall to winter brings additional challenges in the daily management of our horses. Nutrition, hydration, exercise, blanketing, stabling, and respiratory health all become concerns as temperatures dip.

About the Experts:

Christina S. Cable

Dr. Christina CableChristina S. Cable, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, owns Early Winter Equine in Lansing, New York. The practice focuses on primary care of mares and foals and performance horse problems.

Casey Gruber

Dr. Casey GruberCasey Gruber, DVM, is an associate veterinarian at Moore Equine Veterinary Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where he specializes in podiatry and emergency and sport horse care. He’s a graduate of Colorado State University.
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