Bowed tendons and suspensory ligament issues are the most common injuries in the racing sectors ‒ but don't have to be career-ending.
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Whether you're training an introvert or an extrovert, an individual approach can nurture the talent that may be hidden.
Research indicates that growing horses' skeletal strength is highly influenced by the daily strains their bones undergo.
KER researchers found that cardiovascular fitness on the racetrack can be correlated to heart rate at the trot on a mechanical walker.
A study examined years’ worth of records to help forge real-world solutions to prevent Thoroughbred breakdowns during training and racing.
A look at the response to, and prevention of, contagious disease outbreaks such as EHV-1 and strangles at tracks across the country.
Tick season is upon us and with it the threat of Lyme disease - a frustrating illness that causes a wide range of symptoms that mimic many other conditions.
In response to a paper published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, the Horses and Humans Research Foundation is seeking help to fund research into equine assisted therapy. The following is an excerpt from a recent Horses and Humans Research Foundation newsletter: The paper, titled Equine-related Treatments for Mental Disorders Lack Empirical Support: A Systematic […]
Updates on equine research across Canada from stem cells, sudden-death syndrome, proud flesh and other pertinent racehorse ailments.
Nicole Kitchener investigates how each betting dollar is divided at three Canadian tracks and in two U.S. jurisdictions.