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The Down Low on High-Low Syndrome

Horses naturally have one front heel that is higher than the other, but when the degree of "high-low" syndrome is more severe, can it resolve itself? Professional farrier Jude Floiro,...

Data Mining in the Arena

Sean Jobin (CAN) is riding into the future one data point at a time. "Dr. Tim Worden is a really good friend of mine, and we started having a lot...

No Glasses for Mister Ed

The other morning after having washed my face I reached for my glasses and wondered, for the first time in my life, if horses ever need glasses. They certainly spot...

All the Queen’s Horses

If you've ever been to London, you may have visited the Royal Mews, which the part of Buckingham Palace devoted to the Royal Family's equestrian travel. With the upcoming Royal...

Dark, Pale and Green

Only a dark horse can cause an upset. Death rides a pale horse. And a green horse, well isn’t green at all. Why do we say such things and where...

Is My Horse At Risk for COVID-19?

At the time of writing there have been 1,029 scientific papers published on COVID-19—two papers in 2019 and 1,027 in 2020! This illustrates how acute the emergence of this pandemic...

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