By Kentucky Equine Research - The white line is the narrow, light-coloured band visible on the underside of a freshly trimmed hoof at the junction of the hoof wall and the sole. White line disease, an infection that causes separation of the wall, may be seen first at the white line but actually affects the zone of contact between the hard outer hoof wall and the middle layer of hoof tissue. It occurs most commonly in front feet but can occur in any foot.
If you need a little guidance when it comes to grooming your horse, we have created a clear and simple infographic to help you. This guide to horse grooming gives you 7 easy steps for you to follow, with information such as what tools you need, how to use them, and where to use them on your horse.
We all love giving our horses some treats and seeing them eat happily. But can you feed a horse everything? Of course, no. Horses have a rather complicated digestion system which has bacteria and microbial of its own. Other than usual pasture grass, hay, and some grains, you can surely give your horse some treats. Howe
Horses are beautiful and amazing animals. They have lived close to humans for centuries and have always helped or entertained them. But do we really know them? Let's see how many facts you know about these graceful creatures!