The art and science of Hay
READY FOR SPRING? PRESEASON CHECKLIST FOR RIDERS
WHAT BLOOD TESTS CAN REVEAL
DAVID O'CONNOR ON LEADERSHIP
STOCK & TRADE ADVERTISERS’ PRODUCT GUIDE GLOSSARY
Decoding your horse’s bloodwork
The art and science of hay
Your preseason checklist
Getting the feel
LETTERS HANDS ON
TACK & GEAR
Fly Predators vs Fly Eliminators
Love Horses? Hate Flies! You Need Fly Predators
Straight toward a better ride
Tell us what you think
A SUBTLE EFFECT OF ENDURANCE COMPETITION
BOTULISM SURVIVAL RATES
INCIDENCE OF RARE D E N TA L PROBLEM STUDIED
WHEN MAINTAINING FOOTING, GO DEEP
All but one of the affected horses were geldings between the ages of 17 and 29, with a median age of 24.
NEW WAY TO PREVENT ULCER RECURRENCE
GOING TO THE BIRDS?
A BETTER BRIDLE HOOK
Flu strains are always changing. Give your horse the vaccine that’s kept up.
EXTRA-ADRENAL PARAGANGLIOMA (EAPG)
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (CBC)
SERUM CHEMISTRY PROFILE
TESTS FOR SPECIFIC DISEASES
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
WHEN “ABNORMAL” IS OK
A TOOL MILLENNIA FOR THE
The demand for horses strong enough to power equipment across the growing nation was rising. Draft horses were imported from Europe to help fill the need.
FROM DRAFT TEAMS TO TRACTORS
Just as guitar players and taxi drivers form musical and spatial brains, riders can build equestrian brains.
FOR BETTER BALANCE ON THE GROUND
Proprioceptive training has two effects on brain tissue: It forces sluggish neurons back to work controlling a given body part, and it recruits new neurons to help with the task.
Teach your brain to isolate muscles that are especially important for riding.
MANAGEMENT Keeping a muzzle on
MANAGEMENT When to stop blanketing
TO MONITOR VITAL SIGNS
STEADY IN THE STIRRUP
FOR A WARM GRIP
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