EQUUS September 2004 Horse Magazine Back Issue 323 Dealing with Drought
Special Features include:
- Tough customers: The habit of baring teeth and pinning ears can arise from a variety of influences. Here are some real-life profiles to help you recognize the roots of equine grumpiness.
- Dealing with drought: There's no avoiding it: Someday your area will experience a dry spell. However, by following our guidelines you can avoid the most devastating consequences of drought.
- Happy Returns: Four years after being stolen from an Ohio racetrack, two Standardbreds find their way home.
- Perle's Progress V: Tooth sleuthing: Perle's dental health provides insight into her baffling behavior under saddle.
Regular Features include:
- Inheritance of Appaloosa coat patterns investigated
- Ultrasound detects eye troubles
- New use for scintigraphy.
- Jumping trail obstacles
- Cinching up
- Stall inspection.
- Centipede grass
- Cribbing and ulcers