A recent study has found no causative link between catastrophic breakdowns in thoroughbred racehorses and a gene mutation that primarily affects Warmbloods.
If proponents of a current bill before U.S. Congress succeed, pre-race Lasix injections may be a thing of the past as soon as next year’s racing season.
What you need to know about Equine Influenza and how to protect your horses from the highly contagious disease – from vaccinations to biosecurity measures.
Inflammatory Airway Disease robs racehorses of their breath, and, therefore, their stamina. A new study shows the condition is more prevalent we thought.
Stem cells and stem cell therapy for the treatment of soft tissue injuries in racehorses has made a lot of ground – from experimental to a proven treatment.
Fort Erie veterinarian, Dr. James Crawford, discusses the value of pre-purchase exams and recommends a thorough check before you buy a Thoroughbred horse.
It was a tragedy that led Brenda Bastian to purchase her Trakehner broodmare, Helga. And another tragedy nearly ended the mare’s life.
New research on a horse's biorhythms and gene reaction.
Both exercise physiology and musculoskeletal development research has revealed lots of information to date, including facts about horses tendons and more.
Preventing and managing disease outbreaks at the home farm and track
Developmental issues in a foal can affect their racing career. Some issues will be fixed in time, but others might require surgical intervention.