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All Natural Horse Care

Do you want to provide the best life possible for your horse? Then All Natural Horse Care will show you how!We focus on putting the horse's needs first by taking a wholistic approach and all

American Farriers Journal

We are the world's leading magazine published for hoof-care professionals. We are the leading magazine for hoof-care professionals.


BRIDGEquine is an organization for educating people about horse genetics. It is a database registry that tracks horse DNA for disease, disease free and color. Membership is encouraged to show suppo

Dr. Eleanor M. Kellon, VMD

Dr. Kellon VMD of Equine Nutritional Solutions, is one of a handful of experts in the field of applications of nutraceuticals for horses. She is an authority in the field of equine nutrition as wel

Dr. K's Horse Sense

Eleanor Kellon, VMD of Equine Nutritional Solutions, Robesonia, Pennsylvania, is one of a handful of experts in the field of applications of nutraceuticals for horses. She is an authority in the fi

ECIR Group - Equine Cushings and Insulin Resistance

The Equine Cushings and Insulin Resistance (ECIR) Group was started in 1999. It is the largest field trial database for PPID and IR in the world.This is a complementary Facebook page to the

EquiMed - Horse Health Matters

A website dedicated to helping you improve your equine's health. Keeping you informed, enlightened and entertained about the challenges of horse health care. Get the latest from equine health care

Equine Cushing's Disease & Insulin Resistance

Pre-Cushing's, Cushingoid, Syndrome-X, Hypothyroid and Metabollic SyndromeRecently, researchers have examined this condition more closely and the more specific term Insulin Resistance is now used t

Equine Lameness Prevention Organization

Offering information on subjects useful to horse owners, trainers, professional equine health care providers, and the equine community as a whole. Additional, the E.L.P.O. hopes to encourage progre

Equine Wellness Magazine

Leading edge information on integrative health, natural diet, supplements, natural horsemanship, and more!A respected and sought-after resource, Equine Wellness Magazine appeals to horse ent


Be more attentive to your horse’s well-being.No more guessing! By analyzing your horse’s movement, Balios allows you to assess your horse’s form and locomotion. Regular monitoring will

Equus Magazine

Started in 1977The Horse Owner’s Resource.EQUUS provides the latest information from the world’s top veterinarians, equine researchers, riders and trainers on understanding and influencing equi

Farriery - Hans H. Castelijns

Hans Castelijns works as a professional farrier since 1987 and as a veterinarian, specialized in equine podiatry, since 1999, working on a wide variety of horses, which include thorough- and standa

Holistic Horse Integrative Care for Horse and Rider

Trusted by horse owners since 1995 to deliver the whole story in alternative care and green living.Holistic Horse is about knowledge, education and responsible stewardship. We give readers t

Horse Side Vet Guide

Designed for Horse Owners & Equine Professionals.Created by an expert in equine veterinary medicine with over 20 years of experience, Horse Side Vet Guide™ helps you understand the obs

Horse Vet Corner

Horse Vet Corner is a place to ask questions of veterinarians and get a veterinary perspective on your horse's medical and health needs. Only vets answer questions or provide comments, not members

Niagara Equissage Pulse

Equissage pulse dramatically improves blood circulation, removes toxins, stimulates soft tissue and improves joint mobility - achieving optimal performance results. Maintaining your horse's health

Outbreak Alert

Just like you, we find it frustrating to sift through so much misinformation and noise to find equine disease information that’s current, reliable and relevant. But what really troubles us is the