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Sport Horse Skin Issues

Horse show habits and environments can put a horse at risk for developing a variety of skin problems. Learn what causes the common skin issues sport horses might develop and how to return them to top form.

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How To Get a Horse’s Coat To Dapple

A dappled coat has long been a sign of optimum equine health and good nutrition, but the reality behind dappling is more complicated. Our equine nutritionist offers advice on bringing out the bloom in your horse’s coat.

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Infographic: Scratches in Horses

Discover the possible causes of scratches and how you can prevent and treat this frustrating dermatitis often found on a horse’s pastern in our step-by-step visual guide.

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Solving Skin Issues on Horses’ Legs

Some leg crud is purely cosmetic, but other types can be very painful and debilitating for your horse. Our sources discuss 10 skin conditions that could affect your horse, how to treat them, and how to prevent them in the future.

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