Are horses ever too old for supplements?

Nutritional supplements are not just for young equine athletes or even just horses in competition. Many older horses  - even those living in retirement  - can benefit from the boost…

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AskHQ: Bars

Q: What are the bars? A: It is easiest to think of the bars as the parts of the hoof that, rather than finishing the circle formed by the hoof…

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AskHQ: Concavity of the sole

Q: Why is a concave sole desirable? A: Concavity of the sole is a far better sign than a 'flat foot'. Part of the foot's shock-absorbing mechanism is the ability…

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AskHQ: White line disease

Q: What is white line disease? A: The white line is the area on the ground surface of the foot that appears as a narrow ring at the outside of…

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Horse health check: 12) Feet

Hooves can be great indicators of overall hoof health. Poor quality horn in the feet can be suggestive of nutritional deficiencies, and rings can be signs of previous episodes of…

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