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by Diane E. Rice | Aug 24, 2022
Two veterinarians share how they diagnose, treat, and rehab back-sore horses.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Aug 10, 2022
A youngster’s hoof care lays the foundation for his future. Here’s what you need to know about the foal’s first exam, mistakes to avoid, and common foal hoof and limb issues.
by Elizabeth Acutt, DVM | Jul 31, 2022
Learn about two different and unrelated processes that present as firm swellings in the horse’s pastern region in this article from the July 2022 issue of The Horse.
by Katie Navarra | Dec 31, 2021
What impact do structural deviations really have on your horse’s soundness and performance? Here’s what you should know.
by Nancy S. Loving, DVM | Oct 19, 2021
Assessing a horse’s limbs, feet, and body can help you and your veterinarian identify anatomical traits that could end up being performance-affecting liabilities.
by Josh Zacharias, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS, ACVSMR | Jun 17, 2020
What could cause a change in an adult horse’s leg conformation?
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Apr 24, 2020
These six steps can help transform your horse’s topline from underdeveloped to well-toned.
by Liz Arbittier, VMD | Jan 23, 2019
Purchasing a horse is primarily about risk assessment, which is why prepurchase exams are so important. Here are some things to keep in mind.
by Harry Werner, VMD | Oct 24, 2018
A vet weighs in on what might cause a well-conformed senior mare to become over at the knee and fall during a ride.
by Nancy S. Loving, DVM | Aug 1, 2018
No horse is perfect, and many with conformational flaws go on to compete successfully. What can you live with and how?
by The Horse Staff | Feb 7, 2018
Dr. Janik Gasiorowski and Steuart Pittman share what they look for when evaluating an OTTB prospect’s conformation.
by The Horse Staff | Jan 11, 2018
Learn about keeping OTTBs healthy and happy as they move into new disciplines. We’ll cover feeding, vet care, handling, and more!