The CMPA has announced new clenbuterol guidelines; a look at what the drug does, why it is being more strictly regulated, and what industry insiders think.
Can ulcer medications weaken bones? A new study out of Kentucky examines calcium absorption in horses dosed with omeprazole.
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.
Dr. Orlaith Cleary, an Irish-born equine surgeon, has travelled the world and landed at the Ontario Equine Hospital, working with racehorses at Woodbine.
What you need to know about Equine Influenza and how to protect your horses from the highly contagious disease – from vaccinations to biosecurity measures.
Canadian racehorse trainers are set to brave unpredictable spring weather to get horses ready for the start of this year’s racing season.
Thoroughbred trainers aren’t usually quick to share their secrets, but training young horses is a delicate business, so here’s some advice.
There’s a world of difference between standing a stallion and being successful at it. Find out how to make the transition from racing stallion to stud.
Turning an active racing filly into breeding stock is not about sending an athlete into an easy, idle retirement. Rather, it’s the start of a new career.