Proactive prevention may reduce post-exercise inflammation, so the key is to combat inflammation before it occurs. Enter, omega-3 fatty acids.
Researchers believe that some molds can potentially produce a positive drug test for competitive horses.
Veterinarians once thought that bacterial infection due to inhaled particles was the cause of arytenoid chondritis, or inflammation of the arytenoid cartilages, but a new study suggests otherwise.
I need to step up the weight-gain program for my thin Thoroughbred mare without making her more excitable. Can you help?
My gelding is a solid 6 as far as body condition goes--a bit of a chub! Would losing a touch of weight increase his energy level when I am riding him?
For certain performance horses, would free-choice access to a white or mineralized salt block negate the need for a daily electrolyte supplementation?
Here are three examples of high-energy fibrous feeds—also called super fibers—that provide more energy than regular hay.
Hyperkalemic periodic paralysis (HYPP), a genetic defect of horses, causes abnormal function of muscle cells, leading to unbalanced sodium and potassium concentrations in muscle tissues.
Exactly when to start electrolyte supplementation depends on many factors, some of which are subjective.
We know horse owners love nutritional supplements, but how much supplementation is enough and, perhaps more importantly, how much is too much?
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