For successful breeding outcomes, timing is everything. While there may be less pressure to produce performance horses early in the season in comparison to the racing industry, timely conceptions mean less disruption of competition schedules, reduced workload managing multiple cycles and increased chances of success using valuable semen.

Adele Severs9 Jul 2024

Nerve issues are highly misunderstood in the equine space, as imaging constraints and communication with our horses is not comparable to that of humans...

Adele Severs24 Jun 2024

Queenslander Paul Austin has seen many good horses, so when he says his latest show hunter is pretty special, you know he’s not making that assessment lightly...

Equestrian Life5 Jun 2024

“The number one cause of hoof-related lameness in performance horses that I see is a reduction in hoof depth,” says Luke, explaining that he’s moved away from using the phrase ‘thin soles’....

Equestrian Life14 May 2024

Show jumper James Arkins knows what it takes to prepare a horse for success at the elite level. Earlier this year, James began transitioning some of his team to barefoot with the help of Scoot Boots....

Equestrian Life9 May 2024

Did you know that environmental light is thought to be one of the most important cues influencing a horse’s wellbeing?

Adele Severs13 Apr 2024

Researchers at Ontario Veterinary College recently presented a new less invasive surgical approach to treating kissing spine...

Adele Severs20 Dec 2023