Researchers found that avoiding small intestine resection, when possible, can help reduce complications and improve survival.Read More
Natalie Voss is a freelance writer and editor based in Kentucky. She received her bachelor's degree in equine science from the University of Kentucky and has worked in public relations for equine businesses and organizations. She spends her spare time riding her Draft cross, Jitterbug.
Articles by Natalie Voss
Researchers found that trotting over poles appears to help increase joints’ range of motion, and could be especially beneficial for horses that are recuperating from lameness.Read More
But what effects could small, light racing saddles have on horses that are traveling considerably faster than the average reiner or jumper? Turns out these tiny pieces of tack can cause substantial pressure on horses’ backs.Read More
Researchers found that the moment when horses switch between the trot and the canter results in a brief loss of stability and coordination, which appears to happen just after a change in the angle of the horses’ joints.Read More
Yearling Thoroughbreds that worked on a treadmill had better aerobic capacities and no signs of lameness.Read More