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Horse Health

Natural disasters and your horse

Here in Texas, we have already gone through our first tropical storm of the season. This is a good time to go over what we may have forgotten or neglected to do to protect our horses and ourselves – not just from tropical storms and hurricanes, but all kinds of natural disasters. The Horse has Full Article

How To Make Sure Your Saddle Fits Your Horse

Both humans and horses want to be comfortable while riding – it just takes some common sense measures! ~ HfH From: Carson James By: Carson James An improperly fitting ...Full Article

Recent news in the world of horses

Much has been going on – the trial of Larry Joe Wheelon – a notorious horse sorer; EHV is still making the rounds in the United States – horse ...Full Article

Equine News Update

Equine Herpes Virus is still making the news. After our own scare here locally right by the Habitat for Horse’s ranch, we were in quarantine for weeks. Oregon is ...Full Article

The Equine DNA Roadmap

The use of genetics to understand traits in both humans and horses has only become more popular as cost of DNA testing goes down and availability increases. Beyond breeding ...Full Article

Nutrition-Related Problems: Moldy Corn Poisoning

Texas is known for its hot weather. With all these spring rains that means mold – especially in areas around the Gulf Coast. Moldy feed is bad for our ...Full Article

Equine Guelph Launches Horse Health Tracker App

Keeping up with your horse(s) health can be a task. We have so much that we do throughout our days: kids to run after, jobs that take up much ...Full Article

Researchers Develop Artificial Equine Skin

While not the perfect artificial skin, it is wonderful that researchers are working on ways to help badly burned equine. ~ HfH From: The Horse By: Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA ...Full Article

Good news!

Just $330 to go to reach our goal for The Tennessee Walker Sweetheart! Your support will help push us over the top and give all the horses rescued by ...Full Article

Spring is here! Time to get ready to ride.

It has been a muddy winter for us here at Habitat for Horses and very cold elsewhere in the country. Now the sun is shining, grass is growing, flowers ...Full Article
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