—Dr. Ashley Wagner, Ph.D., Equinutrix Nutrition Horses have evolved as grazing animals, which means they are designed to continually consume forage; historically, this was in the form of fresh grass. Fresh pasture is an ideal forage source for many reasons: ...

—By. Dr. G. Robert Grisel, DVM Most horse owners, trainers, and veterinarians have at one time or another contributed to the telemedical practice of veterinary medicine, whether they realized it or not. If your veterinarian has ever communicated with you ...

―DR. NETTIE R. LIBURT, PHD, PAS OF BUCKEYE™ NUTRITION In most typical feed rooms, regardless of discipline or breed of horse, you’ll probably see a few different types of feed to accommodate the needs of different horses. This is a ...

―Dr. Nettie R. Liburt, PhD, PAS & Kristen M. Janicki, MS, PAS of BUCKEYE™ Nutrition If you’ve ever had a horse who was a hard keeper, a picky eater, or simply a hard-worker that just needs a lot of feed ...

—Dr. Ashley Wagner, PhD of Equinutrix Although the discipline, exercise intensity, management style, diet, and breed may differ from one performance horse to the next, the fact that the job takes a toll on gastric health does not. So why ...

—Nettie Liburt, PhD., PAS of BUCKEYE™ Nutrition We often focus on training, strength, and nutrition to support optimum performance in our equine athletes. And rightly so! But equally important to training is recovery. In human exercise physiology, working in days ...

—Carrie Washburn, Performance Equine – Integrated Therapies Have you ever had the frustrating feeling that your horse feels “flat” and is having trouble engaging? Does it feel like lifting their shoulders and sitting on their hind end is harder than ...

—Carrie Washburn, Performance Equine – Integrated Therapies Many of us over the years have experienced, or at least seen, kinesiology tape in action. It’s colorful, sporty, bright, and it just plain looks cool. Athletes across the board, from high school ...