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Soy for Horses: Facts and Fallacies

Soy for Horses: Facts and Fallacies

From Kentucky Equine Research: Soybeans and soybean byproducts are commonly used as ingredients in horse feeds. Whole soybeans are legume seeds primarily used as a source of protein and fat in horse feeds. Soy oil is a palatable and readily available source of fat in horse feeds and is sometimes top-dressed to increase fat and […]

New Collaboration Between Boehringer Ingelheim and Sleip Leverages AI-technology to Help Detect Lameness in Horses

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New Collaboration Between Boehringer Ingelheim and Sleip Leverages AI-technology to Help Detect Lameness in Horses

From Boehringer Ingelheim: DULUTH, Ga. (FEBRUARY 19, 2024) — A new global commercial partnership between Boehringer Ingelheim and Sleip will expand access to AI to enhance detection, diagnosis and treatment of lameness in horses. This partnership delivers on the shared commitment of Boehringer and Sleip to deliver innovative solutions that help veterinary professionals continue to advance their profession and improve […]

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Horizon Structures Presents Series: Interior Design Tips For Your Tack Room

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Horizon Structures Presents Series: Interior Design Tips For Your Tack Room

By Nikki Alvin-Smith for Horizon Structures Do you know the artful ways to make small spaces feel like big places? Interior design knowledge can help you make the most of your horse barn tack room space. Improve the form, fit and functionality with these simple approaches to design. These methods are all easy to implement […]

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Exhibitor Notice: World Equestrian Center – Wilmington EHV – 1 Precautions

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Exhibitor Notice: World Equestrian Center – Wilmington EHV – 1 Precautions

From World Equestrian Center: Following the report of a positive EHV-1 case at a local Ohio horse show facility, World Equestrian Center (WEC) extends its thoughts and prayers to the affected horses and their owners, trainers and caregivers. While no horses have tested positive for EHV – 1 at WEC – Wilmington, horses that have […]

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Kentucky Equine Research Nutritionist Tackles Food Allergies in Horses on Podcast

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Kentucky Equine Research Nutritionist Tackles Food Allergies in Horses on Podcast

By Kentucky Equine Research Staff: Kentucky Equine Research nutritionist Katie Young, Ph.D., recently sat down with the podcast“Tack Box Talk” for an episode titled, “Allergen and Microbiome Testing: Are They Worth It?” Because of her background in equine nutrition, Young has encountered several horse owners who have provided lists—sometimes long lists—of feedstuffs their horses couldn’t […]

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Tips For Body Clipping Horses

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Tips For Body Clipping Horses

A standard body clip is done with a #10 blade, and you should have at least three blades on hand. Blade cleaning supplies include blade wash and blade coolant. Things that aren’t exactly necessary, but can be very useful to have on hand, include a twitch, coat conditioner such as Showsheen, towels and one unexpected tool: sidewalk chalk.

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Mythbusters from AAEP: Horses and Protein

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Mythbusters from AAEP: Horses and Protein

From the AAEP Horse Owner Education Committee: Although protein is normally listed as a nutrient, horses actually have a requirement for amino acids, the building blocks of protein, rather than for protein itself. Protein is the least efficient energy source for your horse, so high protein does not automatically equal high energy. Carbohydrates, fats, and fiber […]

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Horse Arena Footing 101: Everything You Need to Know

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Horse Arena Footing 101: Everything You Need to Know

From Premier Equestrian: Riding arena surfaces are made up of multiple layers. But what is the actual horse arena footing? Premier Equestrian explains the different layers that make up an arena surface and important considerations for selecting horse arena footing. What Is Arena Footing?  Arena surfaces are made up of multiple layers. The sub-base is […]

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Scenes from Scottsdale – Troy Oakley Mentoring Program Continues to Triumph

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Scenes from Scottsdale – Troy Oakley Mentoring Program Continues to Triumph

By Delores Kuhlwein Troy Oakley’s blockbuster mentoring program has taken off since he announced it in the fall of 2023, explaining that he’s going to be Changing Lives, One Rider At a Time. “I’m not here to take anyone’s clients; I want to enhance your abilities and change lives one at a time,” he explains. […]

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Palatabilty of Hemp

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Palatabilty of Hemp

From Equine Science Update: As feed expenses escalate in the horse industry and hemp becomes more accessible, researchers are examining hemp as a potential substitute for horse feed.   A recent American study examined the palatability and acceptability of hempseed meal pellets, comparing them to other commonly used horse feed options. Ryon W. Springer and co-workers conducted the research at the […]

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