Tying-up is condition characterised by muscle pain and cramping (due to the muscle tissue being broken down) and is usually associated with some shape of exercise.
THAT HEADLINE might be a different take on the old adage 'no foot, no horse' but there is no doubt that routine dental care is just as important as routine farriery.
HORSES will be horses so, let's face it, at some point you may be unlucky enough to have a horse that has to be on box-rest.
Recurrent laryngeal neuropathy is a common disease of horses that has been recognised for centuries.
The overall condition of a horse's feet is governed by many factors including farriery, nutrition and genetics.
One of the most popular questions that I am asked as a nutritionist is:
Protein is one of six important nutrients that horses require to live, reproduce and work.
With the appearance of some milder weather it is now not hard to imagine that spring is just around the corner and breeding season will soon be upon us.