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Dr. Lydia Gray explains how to treat your horse’s sweet itch.


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For horse owners untrained in veterinary or other medical fields, understanding AMDUCA’s extralabel algorithym could help protect the health and/or lives of our beloved charges.


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Are There Supplements I Can Use for my Horse’s Colic Pains?


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September is National Preparedness Month, so it is a good time for horse owners to make sure their horses are included in disaster plans.


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Read how Equine Omega Complete helped one horse gain weight and utilize his feed efficiently even in the Oklahoma summer.


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Our September issue of Show Horse Today is live! Full of training tips and other great articles – just click the link to read it now


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Dr. Lydia Gray discusses how to determine the best feed for your senior horse.


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The Colorado State Fair is in full swing in Pueblo this week, and Colorado State University veterinarians join state health officials in advising livestock and horse owners to prevent the spread of infectious disease during the fair and similar events.


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Although Colorado has seen a fairly high number of cases of Vesicular Stomatitis this year, the USDA has stated that there is no need to cancel equestrian events, provided they follow key protocols.


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In recent years, the importance of the correct ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 has become more recognized, and many of the foods traditionally fed to show horses contain far too much of the bad omega-6 fatty acids.


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Pleasurehorse.com sat down with Dr. Jennifer Baker of Equine Associates, LLC., to get some tips for handling excessive heat while trailering and showing.


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Rob Meneely, of Meneely Show Horses, answers some common questions on how to pull together that winning hunt seat look.


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Lyme Disease in horses is often a misdiagnosed and under diagnosed disease.


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Summer is peak season for horse shows and events, and Colorado State University veterinarians remind riders that it’s important if traveling to take steps that will help prevent the spread of equine infectious disease.


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“Like so many stories, it was truly the best of times and the worst of times…” Cindy begins her tale. “Stacey Sample had told me that there was a fancy colt over at Joe Edge’s place in Arlington, Texas. Quite a few ‘big names’ had looked at the colt and passed on him, which I’m sure was because of his ‘growing pains’


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