Even though they make up almost 80% of horse racing, there is a strong case for changing, or outright abolishing, them.
Trainer Graham Motion looks back fondly on Animal Kingdom’s thrilling 2011 Kentucky Derby triumph a decade ago.
Horses don't normally suffer from coronary artery disease, so "heart attacks" rarely occur, although heart disease can cause sudden death.
Horseperson and racing fan Ruth Schmidt sent CT a letter about last week's Sovereign Award results for Outstanding Trainer.
Horses consume mainly carbohydrates, but not all carbohydrates are equal. Knowing forage composition can help meet individual dietary needs.
The daughter of Danzig became a stunning Canadian Triple Crown and Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner for trainer Jim Day and owner Sam-Son Farms.
Despite being denied provincial funding, the future of BC's racing industry looks pretty promising from Glen Todd's perspective.
Adrian Munro, David Anderson, Ivan Dalos, Mark Krembil and R. J. Bennett reveal some secrets behind their success.
During the University of Kentucky Equine Research Showcase, Mick Peterson, PhD spoke about the Maintenance Quality System (MQS).
At the UK Equine Research Showcase, Dr. Martin Nielsen discussed parasitology relating to young horses and which anthelmintics work best.
Quarter cracks, sheared heels, pedal bone trauma and chemical burns are discussed by equine podiatrist Scott Morrison, DVM.