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Study Helps Horse Owners Recognize The Facial Expressions Of Pain

90% of horses will be affected by lameness at some point. Experienced equestrians know the signs to watch for: a hitching gait; short, uneven stride; or hesitation during riding can all be tip-offs that your horse is in pain. But what if there was a way for o...

6 Common Causes Of Lameness In Horses

Lameness is a problem that will affect most horses at some point in their lives. Up to 90% of of lameness originates in the foot, but there are a wide variety of causes. Some things are preventable and many are manageable if caught early enough. Here are ...