The Perils of Fall Grass

Most horse owners are aware of the dangers of lush spring grass, but did you know that fall grasses can be just as harmful? Laminitis, or founder, is always harmful to our horses and can be triggered by the stressed fall grass.   Laminitis is inflammation of the laminae in …

Kissing Spine

Overriding dorsal spinous processes or “kissing spine” is an ever increasing diagnosis in performance horses. This blog will discuss what a kissing spine is as well as touch on diagnosis and treatment options. A kissing spine is an issue that is diagnosed with varying degrees of back discomfort. It is …

Your Horse’s Core

Summer is in full swing here in the South. This means longer days which allows for more daylight to prepare for upcoming shows and trail rides. Is your horse in proper shape to do the job you’re asking? Regardless of the specific discipline that your horse does, an appropriately strengthened …