For those of you that missed the September meeting, you missed out on some fun! We all put our thinking caps on and answered some interesting questions on our “Horse Sense” quiz. Although some of the questions were pretty wild, … Continue reading →
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Equestrians are athletes, and athletes suffer injuries. And one neurology professor says that, among sports-related traumatic brain injuries, the highest incidence among adults occurred in equestrians. The post Traumatic Brain Injuries in Equestrian Sport appeared first on The Horse.
The BLM estimated the wild burro population in the area to be 240 animals, more than five times the target population of 28-46 animals. The post BLM to Gather Wild Burros in Nevada After Vehicle Collisions appeared first on The Horse.
The Horse: Your Guide to Equine Health Care/TheHorse.com and the EPM Society have formed a media partnership designed to help horse owners care for horses with equine protozoal myeloencephalitis. The post The Horse, EPM Society Become Media Partners appeared first on The Horse.
Two different perspectives on horse rider and handler safety were presented by an accomplished group of panelists at the inaugural Horse Industry Safety Summit. The post Safety Around Horses: Equestrian and Organizational Perspectives appeared first on The Horse.
Working with horses is unpredictable, but one thing equestrians can control is themselves, says one riding coach. Here's how treating ourselves as athletes can help us stay safer in the long run. The post How Eating Right and Staying Fit Help Equestrians Stay Safe appeared first on The Horse.
The EHV-1-positive horse died in quarantine due to an unrelated medical issue, not EHM (which develops when EHV affects the central nervous system), the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture said. The post EHV-1 in Pennsylvania: Update on Chester County Case appeared first on The Horse.
While it might seem like a tricky task, riders can teach their bodies how to react when they part ways with their horses to minimize injury risk. The post The ‘Right Way’ to Fall Off a Horse appeared first on The Horse.