Advances being made in wearable monitoring technology for animals.
“Dressage requires some changes, not all of which might be welcomed.”
Tentacles of Olympic reform to reach the FEI’s Sports Forum.
Researchers outline findings on Hoof Wall Separation Disease.
Genetic basis for an uneven canter identified in study.
A 17th-century camel is unearthed in Austria of all places.
Neurological signs seen, with some residual effects.
Researchers compare differences between novice and experienced riders.
Reported cases show magnitude of the problem, says specialist.
“Some may have significant economic consequences.”
The usual suspects, plus a major vesicular stomatitis outbreak in the US.
“Mexican strays continue to pose a huge threat to Texas livestock.”
Many riders reward undesirable behaviour without realising it.
Horses rigged with sensors to monitor movement.
The art of straightness, forward momentum and thrust.
Seven high-level dressage horses and riders monitored on a treadmill.
DNA not alone in deciding traits passed between generations.
Czech researchers probe two weaning techniques.
Rule change makes horses easier to register with Paint Assn.
Mammals “use” more genetic material from the dad, researchers say.
Two clones born in 2012 while their sire was still alive at Ireland’s Hartwell Stud.
Breakthrough technique used to reveal fossils’ secrets.
“There is no glory in a victory gained at the expense of soundness.”
Vets and farrier work together to allow Zippy to regrow a hoof capsule.
Proceeds from co-branded collection to go to FEI Solidarity.
Philip Vela ran NZ Bloodstock with his brother Peter until 2013.
Youngster thrills Vegas crowd with another class opening act.