Direct administration of anti-inflammatory corticosteroid drugs into joints to provide relief from discomfort remains a common practice in many sectors of the equine industry, but evidence exists they can potentially damage articular cartilage, rather than protect it.
An equine nutritionist suggested vitamin E for my show horse that travels nonstop for much of the year. Why?
My Standardbred racing filly has problems with allergies and anhidrosis when shipped to Florida to train in the winter. Is it her diet?
While controlled inflammation following exercise helps muscles heal, excess oxidative stress, and the subsequent production of harmful free radicals does not.
My young barrel-racing mare is underweight. What can I do to help her gain weight?
Athletic horses need appropriate muscle mass to support their rider’s weight, perform the task at hand, and protect their joints and support soft tissues, such as tendons and ligaments.
Am I feeding my draft gelding the best I can for pulling competitions?
How can I get my performance horse to lose weight?
The two most common questions about electrolyte supplements include what type of product is best and how much electrolyte should be fed.
Is it possible to oversupplement electrolytes? In most cases, probably not. But there are some other considerations to keep in mind.
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