By Eleanor Richards
Caring for your horse in the winter can be a challenge, but there are steps you can take to help keep him healthy and comfortable. Nutrition, shelter and basic health are important year around, but during the cold winter months, are critical.
ACTHA released 280,000 names with geo specific zip coding and longitudes and latitudes today to NetPosse.com, (also known as Stolen Horses International) the foremost finders of stolen horses in the USA.
South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa Celebrates National Finals Rodeo in True “Vegas Cowboy Central” Spirit with Non-Stop Rodeo Promotions
Merck Animal Health (known as MSD Animal Health outside the USA and Canada) today announced the launch of the NOBIVAC® Global Vet Exchange Program, which will give ten veterinarians the opportunity to visit clinics in other countries and share their knowledge and experience in veterinary care.
by Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D.
Your horse is overweight. You've been told to feed him a lot less hay and you're desperately trying to do the right thing. But it won't work! It won't work for your horse any more than a strict diet would work for people. We have known this for years when it comes to human obesity. The reason is simple - dieting restricts calories, which lowers the metabolic rate.
Frontstretch Fest – a classic Southern celebration of horse racing, quality bourbon, craft beer and artisanal food – will debut in 2015 at the Carolina Horse Park in Raeford, N.C., and at the Downtown Farmers’ Market in Nashville, Tenn.
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