There is an undeniable growing interest to understand our impact on the physiological and behavioural states of our equine partners,
The human impact on horse behaviour: are equine needs being met? — Horsetalk.co.nz – equine news, rese…
Equine Guelph has been a pioneer in the development of evidence-based, online education for 18 years, with its first course launching in May 2002.
Online horse uni marks 18 years of equine studies — Horsetalk.co.nz – equine news, resea…
The Kerr family donates $100,000 to Canada’s Equine Guelph to establish an equine education and community outreach endowment.
Happy horse course student gives $100K for equine education — Horsetalk.co.nz – equine news, research, and in…
Equine Guelph researchers working to preserve cartilage chips for long-term storage, which would enable off-the-shelf use for treating cartilage injuries.
Can cryopreservation of equine stem cells work for cartilage repair? — Horsetal…
School horses are one of the most undervalued contributors to the horse industry both in the present and for the future.
Fund to help pandemic-hit lesson horses and riding schools at $150,000 — Horsetalk.co.nz – equine news, research, …
Research into improved healing of tendon injuries leads team to the innovative use of shock wave therapy on stem cells before they’re injected into horses.
Shock wave therapy on stem cells focus of lameness research — Horsetalk.co.nz -…
Canadian researchers are investigating novel new methods to potentially repair tissue rather than just suppressing the signs of joint disease.
New treatment explores biologic therapies to repair joint tissue in horses — Horsetalk.co.nz…
Dr Hilary Clayton shares some tips and insights into the best ways of bringing our equine athletes back into work.
Top conditioning tips from equine biomechanics expert — Horsetalk.co.nz – equine news, research, and information
A sudden increase of fresh grass in a horse’s diet can change the pH in the hindgut and cause all sorts of health issues including colic.
“Much like taking a car to the mechanic and having them perform tests to see what is wrong; the research is very much in the diagnostic stage to see what is wrong in the digestive system.”