Report highlighted the alarming decline of the donkey population within Africa and the devastating impact on livelihoods of those who depend on working donkeys to survive.
The vision of USPC’s founders to create a long-lasting and influential organization teaching youth safe riding and the proper care of horses has grown into much more than they could have dreamed.
Equine research, one of the Foundation’s three pillars of impact, alongside education and horses at risk, remains at the forefront of advancing equine health and welfare.
Shoeing horses changes how their foot interacts with the ground and like with humans, the shoes provide better grip with the ground and limit how much the foot slides.
Competition at the Thoroughbred Makeover is available in ten disciplines, and trainers can choose to compete in up to two per horse including: barrel racing, competitive trail, dressage, and others.
Attend Equine Affaire's musical celebration of the horse, April 11-13!
Dr. Callum Donnelly, assistant professor in the Section of Theriogenology at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, will provide owners with a guide to genetics tests in horses.
In support of advancing programs that support at-risk and adoptable equines, the ASPCA granted nearly $1 million to over 30 equine adoption organizations and industry partners in 2023.
While stress can be measured in several ways, Merkies and her team wanted a non-invasive measurement, so they decided to test whether a horse's eyes offer clues.
A tack room should have plenty of space for baskets and bins for horse ‘clobber’ such as bandages, bell boots and exercise equipment should be kept handy and hopefully in easy to see locations.