Equine Health

From Horses to Ponies, we’ll show you the best Equine health products on the market, from supplements, first-aid, hoof-care and so much more. We base our reviews on hands-on experience, facts, statistics, and real testimonials to provide you with the greatest products for your Equines health.

The Best Equine Joint Supplements

The Best Equine Joint Supplements

After testing 10 different equine joint supplements on 6 different older horses and 4 younger horses over the course of 3 months, we concluded that the champion equine joint supplement is RJX for Horses - Horse Joint Support. Our horses showed signs of being more...

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The Best Equine Digestive Supplements

The Best Equine Digestive Supplements

After testing 10 different equine digestive supplements on 4 different horses with major digestive issues and 4 horses with minor digestive issues over the course of 3 months, we concluded that the champion equine digestive supplement is Farnam Sand Clear Digestive...

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The Best Equine Respiratory Supplements

The Best Equine Respiratory Supplements

After testing 10 different equine respiratory supplements on 8 different horses with minor respiratory issues and 3 horses with major respiratory issues over the course of 3 months, we concluded that the champion equine respiratory supplement is Aleira Equine...

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Signs of Colic In Horses

Signs of Colic In Horses

Colic is every horse owner´s nightmare and when it rears its ugly head it´s a stressful time for horse and owner. Colic is actually a catch-all term for abdominal discomfort and it has many causes that range in severity and causes. It´s important for all horse owners...

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Horse Nose Bleeds – Epistaxis

Horse Nose Bleeds – Epistaxis

Epistaxis is the veterinary term used to describe bleeding from the nose. In horses this is a fairly common complaint and has a number of potential underlying causes. Nosebleeds in horses can be very dramatic, understandably causing a lot of distress for owners,...

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Signs of Pain in Horses

Signs of Pain in Horses

Recognizing when a horse is in pain is not just a handy parlor trick. If you can recognize pain in your horse, this can mean the difference in catching a simple ouchie early, or missing a minor affliction and causing a serious injury that sidelines him for months....

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Wobblers in Horses

Wobblers in Horses

Wobblers is a term used to describe a condition in horses known as equine cervical vetrebral mallformation (or CVM). It´s not a common disease but when it does occur it can have serious consequences for the health and performance of the horse and the safety of its...

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How to Treat Thrush in Horses

How to Treat Thrush in Horses

Most horse owners will be well aware of the signs to look out for that indicate their horse is suffering from thrush, primarily because of its foul smell! Put simply thrush is a term used to describe the clinical signs associated with a foot infection caused by...

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The 5 Best Ice Boots for Horses

The 5 Best Ice Boots for Horses

It is no secret that horse owners in general take better care of their horses than they do of themselves. Furthermore, it’s no question for equestrians that their horses are athletes, who deserve the maximum care to ensure their horse’s peak athletic performance....

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Glue on horseshoes – Application, Price, and Info

Glue on horseshoes – Application, Price, and Info

In recent years, questions regarding the efficacy of metal, nailed on horseshoes have begun to arise among equestrians. Though the process of nailing on a metal shoe is painless when done properly, there is significant concern that the hard metal surface actually...

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How Much Does It Cost to Shoe a Horse

How Much Does It Cost to Shoe a Horse

Whenever someone new is thinking of getting into horses and the experienced horse owners are describing expenses, there are always three big ones that remain consistent: feed, vet, and farrier. No domestic situation is sufficient to wear a horse’s feet naturally like...

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Why Do Horses Need Shoes

Why Do Horses Need Shoes

Virtually every horse person knows the familiar sounds of horses - happy nickers, snorts, munching hay, and of course, the clippety-clop of horse hooves. As symbols of good luck, many believe that horseshoes belong with horses automatically. At the same time, with the...

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How to Harden Hooves

How to Harden Hooves

The saying “No foot, no horse” is probably the best adage by which to prioritize horse care. It is no wonder that the horse owner must take special care of the hooves – the end of each horse’s leg is the equivalent of a fingertip surrounded by the same material that...

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White Line Disease – Diagnosis, Treatment, & Prevention

White Line Disease – Diagnosis, Treatment, & Prevention

White line disease is a laymans term used to indicate a condition of the horse´s foot involving separation of parts of the hoof wall. It´s always useful to have a reference guide to better understand the anatomy of the horse´s foot and which parts are affected in the...

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Horse Hoof Care: Best Technique

Horse Hoof Care: Best Technique

“No hoof, no horse”. Old and tired as the saying might be, it always applies. Most of us know to keep our horses on a regular cycle with a qualified farrier, but that's only a piece of the puzzle when it comes to caring for your horse's feet. The daily routine can...

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