Equine enthusiasts are able to produce their own horse feed from seed in six days, thanks to a hydroponic system that some believe is the wave of the future.
Weather extremes during the past three years have challenged Kentucky’s horse farm managers with more work and higher input costs as they strive to keep their horses and pastures healthy.
More than 100 horse lovers helped raise thousands of dollars during a benefit trail ride for schoolchildren in Tres Pinos, a small, rural community in San Benito County.
Scores of cowgirls recently saddled up for the Elk Creek Buckarette Ranch Ride, a weekend adventure in western Glenn County that rustically captured the spirit of the Old West–sans cowboys.
Jan. 1 is the universal birthdate for most registered horses; as a result, in equine competitions where horses are categorized according to their age, horse breeders aim to produce foals that are born as early in the year as possible to give their horses a competitive advantage.
The world’s first cloned equine animal, a mule named Idaho Gem, is a racehorse replica who recently made his debut in California.