Equine Links

Horse Information and Reference Material

CEVS is pleased to provide this valuable information. Horse owners will find helpful Barn Posters, Charts, Check Lists, Newsletters and Hand Outs.

All documents require Adobe Reader. To print the Barn Posters, you will need a large format printer, or you may save them to a jump drive and take them to your local quick print service.


Barn Posters


Signs Your Horse May Need Help

  • Not drinking water.
  • Signs of distress, anxiety or discomfort.
  • Lethargy, depression or a horse that’s “off-feed.”
  • Absence of gut sounds.
  • Signs of oncoming lameness: head-bobbing, reluctance to move, odd stance, pain, unwillingness to rise.
  • Bleeding, swelling, evidence of pain.
  • Seizures, paralysis, or “tying up” (form of muscle cramps that ranges in severity from mild stiffness to life-threatening illness).

The horse’s natural behavior makes it accident-prone. Our advice is to be prepared.