Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024


Elizabeth Guastella

Distal tarsal osteoarthritis is known by many different names—bone spavin, jack spavin, blind spavin, juvenile spavin and occult spavin—but regardless of what you call it,

He’s officiated at every major horse show in the United States. He’s won championship honors at the National Horse Show and the Grand Prix of


When you call the veterinarian to help you pinpoint the intermittent lameness in your horse, the last two words you want to hear are “suspensory

A little research and an open mind can make your next horse-buying experience a bit easier on your wallet.

The pre-purchase exam can be a

A wealth of new scientific evidence and good clinical results are making biological therapies the treatment du jour for horses suffering from osteoarthritis.

Watching your equine

Solving control issues helps the California rider earn blue.

Hot weather didn’t slow down Kristi Nunnink and R-Star at the Twin Rivers Spring CCI**,

She rides Castello to a repeat derby win with a last-minute plan.

Liza Towell Boyd didn’t quite know what to do for the second

Periosteal stripping is the primary surgical technique for angular limb deformities of the lower radius and tibia. During the surgery,

Learning how to identify and effectively monitor angular limb deformities in foals may help save you money while creating a stronger athlete.

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