Regenerative medicine is giving us new options for treating horses with joint disease and other injuries. Learn more and get your questions answered during the live recording of our podcast. Sponsored by Zoetis.
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Nov 11, 2021
Laminitis is an extremely painful and often deadly hoof disease in horses with several causes. Get your questions about laminitis—from nutrition to podiatry—answered during this live recording of our podcast. Sponsored by Wellness Ready.
Oct 14, 2021
How do you feed recreational riding horses to meet their nutritional and digestive needs without causing weight gain? Get those questions and more answered during this live recording of our podcast. Sponsored by Nutrena.
Aug 12, 2021
Is your horse getting the nutrition he needs to reach his athletic potential? Are you looking to build his topline or increase his stamina? Equine nutritionists answer these questions and more. Sponsored by ProElite.
Jun 10, 2021
Massage can promote relaxation, support your horse’s muscles, and improve his performance. Listen to this prerecorded Q&A about deep-tissue massage, myofascial release, acupressure points and more. Sponsored by Kentucky Performance Products.
Aug 13, 2020
Your horse’s head, face, and mouth comprise sensitive nerves, bone, and soft tissue. While many of us focus on saddle fit, bridles and bits often get overlooked as a cause of discomfort. Bits can cause mouth pain and injury, and research shows many nosebands are adjusted too tight to the point of cruelty. Is your horse wearing the right bit and bridle?