Habitat For Horses

“Good management primes a horse to move into geriatric age with the best chances that genetics allows” By Nancy S. Loving, DVM | TheHorse.com Tornado Alley was Emily Brogna’s first horse. The near-black American Saddlebred mare took her young owner from beginner rider to show ring champion...

"While in hot weather, requirements for maintenance and to compensate for losses in sweat may prompt intake of 20 gallons or more per day" By Erica Larson, News Editor | TheHorse With summer's sunny days can come extreme heat. Such situations can cause worry for owners as...

“Horses and all nonhuman animals are entitled to interaction technologies that enrich rather than exploit,” By Anthony Cuthbertson | Newsweek Efforts to understand the language of animals using technology have ranged from a promising dolphin translation tool to the absurd WhatsYapp dog collar. Now...

"We aren’t using science to determine appropriate numbers of wild horses on federal lands, nor to effectively and humanely manage them." Suzanne Roy | Bendbulletin.com The headline for The Bulletin’s June 28 editorial is absolutely right and deserves some all-caps emphasis: “Wild horse policy is NOT working.” This...

"Horse memory is a complex process, and don't assume that everything a horse learns can be recalled again in an identical way at a later time." TheHorse.com Horses, like humans and other animals, have different memory systems that allow them to store information they have learned. But...

"The AQHA has strengthened its Name and Shame policy for members who abuse their horses, the association announced" News of the Horse Amarillo, TX – The American Quarter Horse Association has strengthened its Name and Shame policy for members who abuse their horses, the association announced.  The...

"Understand the costs of veterinary care before you’re faced with a sick or injured horse" By Stephanie J. Corum, MS | The Horse Over the last 20 years I have owned eight horses. Unfortunately, I’ve dealt with serious injuries or illnesses with three of them. My first...