Horse Sense (and Sensibility)

Sometimes You Simply Don’t Know

Have you ever pushed a horse to work when you didn’t realize he was experiencing a physical limitation or illness? ... Read More

Slobbering in Horses

Excess slobber in your horse can mean a variety of things beyond slaframine toxicity from clover.... Read More

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California Chrome’s ‘Chrome’

Learn about the science behind Triple Crown-contender California Chrome's namesake--his white markings.... Read More

Primed for Battle?

There’s something a bit mystical about vaccination. How do you make vaccination decisions for your horses?... Read More

Rolex from a Different Angle

Join The Horse's Editor-in-Chief Stephanie Church as she takes a ride around the Rolex course.... Read More

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Giving Back to the Horse Industry with Volunteer Time

Log your volunteer hours to help TheHorse.com's community reach 100,000 minutes of service!... Read More

Worms and the Silver Screen

What do an independent film based on a memoir, a new studio album from a popular '90s band, and an equine parasite research study have in common?... Read More

Heavy-Burdened

Stephanie reflects on the striking contrast between the equine landscape in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and that of Lexington, Ky.... Read More

Your Virtual File Storage Box

Fill your virtual file box with equine articles and tools from The Horse's weekly and monthly e-newsletters. You never know what you might learn.... Read More

What Keeps You in the Industry?

I recently attended the 2014 United States Pony Clubs National Youth Congress. The experience got me wondering: Why do some teens stay in the horse industry while others leave?... Read More

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About This Blog

Here's a chance to interface with the editorial team of The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care/TheHorse.com. Stephanie L. Church, editor-in-chief of The Horse, posts items here that are relevant to horse health and issues in the industry that affect the equine animals we love. Whether you agree or disagree with the concepts she discusses, please keep your comments in good taste--that's all we ask! Also please remember that we cannot provide veterinary advice and will defer specific veterinary questions to your chosen equine practitioner.