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https://www.facebook.com/1682514538437462/videos/232688334585032/?v=232688334585032 True North Stables provides quarantine tips to keep horses and humans safe from COVID-19. Just like many others, True North Stables' show season ended sooner than expected when shows were cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While the team...
Tying your horse safely with a quick-release knot is one of the most important skills to master for working around horses. If the horse panics and pulls back, the knot can easily be undone with a yank to the...
There can be a lot of confusion between your horse’s foregut health and hindgut health. While the entire process of breaking down food and absorbing nutrients is all commonly referred to as “digestion,” the organs in the foregut and...
As I looked out over a golden valley at sunset, filled with over 100 wild horses peacefully grazing together, I wondered if this might be what heaven itself will look like. This wasn’t heaven, but it was close. I...
The recent spread of the novel coronavirus has raised serious concerns as the status continues to evolve. As equine veterinarians, Palm Beach Equine Clinic would like to address the questions and concern raised by horse owners regarding the potential...
When she woke up one morning in 2015, Marianne Barry had no idea that she would have to say goodbye to her best friend. But after finding her horse in the throes of a severe colic episode, that’s exactly...
Being herbivores, horses rely on eating large amounts of fibrous vegetation throughout the day to keep their digestive systems healthy and their body weight on target. The mechanical means by which your horse tears and grinds hay, grass, and...
You or someone you know has probably had a horse come up lame for a reason that’s not immediately obvious. He doesn’t have an obvious wound or a swelling that you can see from across the barn aisle, yet...
As you gaze out at your horse’s field, it’s evident that winter is coming. The once-green color of lush grass is fading to varying shades of autumn brown. You may be thinking that this fall forage is now ok...
Preventing injuries and managing chronic conditions are top priorities when making care decisions for your equine partner. You may have considered adding therapeutic products to your management strategy after talking to your vet and shopping around. Here are some...
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