Descended from animals brought by Spanish conquistadors centuries ago, wild horses roam the West. But are they running out of room?
March 2010 | By Abigail Tucker
In Poland's primeval forest, a Nazi scientist re-created an extinct breed of horse. Or did he?
November 2007 | By Diane Ackerman
The effort to save the fallen champion shows how far equine medicine has come in recent years. And how far it still has to go
April 2007 | By Steve Twomey
British horsewoman Francesca Kelly brings India's fiery Marwari to the United States in hopes of reviving the breed
June 2004 | By Jason Overdorf
Retired from the track, thoroughbred First Flight served as a "factory" to produce botulism antitoxin
December 2000 | By Carolyn H. Crowley
A young war-horse helped Phil Sheridan win the day in the Shenandoah Valley and, made famous by a poem, helped Abraham Lincoln win re-election
November 1996 | By John Fleischman