Horse-crazy teenagers (ages 13-17) will have the opportunity to take an online Equine Behavior & Safety course with access open until February 6, 2021.
In this video Dr. Judith Koenig discusses osteoarthritis of the equine neck.
University of Guelph researchers found that a horse will blink less and twitch its eyelids more when it’s under mild stress.
The University of Kentucky’s Saddle Up Safely (SUS) program and Equine Guelph have announced a partnership to provide members of SUS’ partner organizations with short, easily-accessible online training on equine safety and welfare.
By spending time minimizing the various hazards found on your property through identification and removal, you’ll take one step closer to making your barn and property safer for your horse and eliminate any potential accidents that might occur.