Equine

Tools of the trade

Sometimes sheer panic is the impetus for ingenuity.

Endoscopy and respiratory disease in horses

This diagnostic tool can provide a wealth of information about the structure and function of the respiratory tract.

The doctor and the brick

A veterinarian’s keen eye saved not just a mare and filly that Sunday night, but also a long-lost treasure.

Study links bone loss to proximal sesamoid fractures in racehorses

Results of this retrospective study of California racehorses may mean that one day this type of fracture can be prevented.

The unexpected joys of Friday afternoon

An afternoon of errands turns into a full-on gamble—with wins all around.

First cloned Przewalski’s horse brings hope for species revival

The colt, born at a Texas veterinary hospital, sheds light on the importance of genetic rescue of endangered wildlife species.