We have adapted several of our most popular blog series into PDF e-books – all available for free! Now you can take this valuable information for increasing colic education and awareness home (or to the barn) with you to read and share at your leisure. Be sure to stop back, as we will continue to add more free downloads to this page.

The Guide to Equine Colic Awareness: Recognizing the Risks and How to Avoid Them

Equine colic is a serious problem with horses. Caretakers who both intimately know their horses, and have acquired the proper knowledge, can stay steps ahead of colic. In this four chapter e-book, we provide you with a step-by-step approach for getting to know the risks to your horse and how best to reduce the risk of colic. Learn:

  • What are your horse’s risks for colic?
  • What early warning signs of colic might your horse be showing?
  • Are you monitoring your horse’s normal, day-to- day patterns and, if so, has your horse displayed inconsistencies lately?
  • How can you promote a healthy horse lifestyle, resulting in a reduced risk for colic?

The Colic E-Book for Horse Owners: Understanding the Factors that Can Lead to Colic.

We are taught early in our horse experience to recognize signs a horse may be colicking,
but why do we only focus on resolving colic after it starts, rather than trying to keep it from happening in the first place?

Get your free copy of the Colic E-Book for Horse Owners and learn more about:

  • The importance of preventing colic, not just intervening when it happens.
  • Why we may be one reason horses are prone to colic.
  • What causes colic in horses.
  • Steps you can take to prevent colic.

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The Crusade Against Equine Colic is a movement empowering all horse people to learn how to reduce our horses’ risk for colic – and to share that knowledge with fellow equestrians.

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