by Ron Meredith I am a little prejudiced toward mares. Not everyone is. I know people who only want geldings because they believe they are more "reliable". They point out that geldings do not have serious mood changes or interpret things differently from day-to-day because of hormone swings – so they have got a bit of logic to back up their prejudices.
The American Association of Equine Practitioners’ (AAEP) 63rd Annual Convention, held Nov. 17–21 in San Antonio, Texas, dispensed the essential knowledge, emerging diagnostics and newest treatments across the medical spectrum to help practitioners provide optimal care to their equine patients. Convention attendance comprised 5,344 veterinary professionals, students, guests and exhibitors from across the United States, Canada […]
Anybody that owns a horse knows how expensive it is to feed and properly take care of our equine friends. As a result many owners have sought out a cheaper way of treating and preventing health problems in their horses.
A mission to conserve the genetically superior herd of Foundation Quarter Horses, the Fred G. Gist Memorial Foundation Herd at the Wagon Wheel. The Fred G. Gist Memorial Foundation, through a $15 million endowment to Sul Ross State University, seeks to perpetuate and promote the valuable and historic role played by the American Quarter Horse […]
Fort Worth, Texas (November 27, 2017) –Careity Foundation® announced today that the NCHA has once again provided the use of the Will Rogers Coliseum and the Round Up Inn, for the annual Careity Celebrity Cutting to be held on Friday, December 1st at 7:00 PM. Many NCHA staff and members are also involved as volunteers. […]
If you're going to breed horses, raise them and train them, then you're significantly more important than the genetics involved. Yes, you!
Horses with dental problems may show obvious signs, such as pain or irritation, or they may show no noticeable signs at all. This is because some horses simply adapt to their discomfort. For this reason, periodic dental examinations are essential to your horse's health.
A Time-Honored Step in the Bridle Horse Tradition Authored by Al Dunning and Benny Guitron with Deanna Lally Photography by Robert Dawson Top horsemen Al Dunning and Benny Guitron have partnered with...
Story originally posted by: by Teresa Spencer Whether you are in your own yard, on a trail ride or traveling across the country, how would you find your horse and have it returned to you if it got away?
Winter is here ... Are you prepared? This is the time to do your cleaning and preparing for the weather. Old man winter can come on fast and furious, so preparation is always the key. Do everything you can to protect your investment and your equines by having things in working order.