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Sarah Evers Conrad

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Sarah Evers Conrad has a bachelor’s of arts in journalism and equine science from Western Kentucky University. As a lifelong horse lover and equestrian, Conrad started her career at The Horse: Your Guide to Equine Health Care magazine. She has also worked for the United States Equestrian Federation as the managing editor of Equestrian magazine and director of e-communications and served as content manager/travel writer for a Caribbean travel agency. When she isn’t freelancing, Conrad spends her free time enjoying her family, reading, practicing photography, traveling, crocheting, and being around animals in her Lexington, Kentucky, home.

Articles by Sarah Evers Conrad

Taking Care of Horses After the Storm

Three practitioners share advice on how to best care for your horses following a disaster.

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The Price of Longevity: Senior Horse Health Needs

Owning a horse over his lifetime can be rewarding, but you need to be prepared for specific costs related to his care. Learn about senior horse research studies and what veterinarians say you should watch for as your horse ages.

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Caring for Driving Horses

Whether it’s pulling a plow or a buggy, going for a pleasure drive, or contending a combined driving event, driving poses health considerations both similar to and distinct from those encountered with your typical sport horse.

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Sticky Scenarios You Might Encounter When Shipping and Showing Horses

Two sport horse veterinarians have shared how to make smart horse health decisions at competitions. See if you select the right paths toward a healthful and successful showing experience in these sticky scenarios.

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