Library: Multimedia

As we move into the 21st Century, the Rutgers Equine Science Center strives to remain the source of “Everything Equine” by providing access to our science-based information 24/7/365. For horse enthusiasts on the go, listen to our guest appearances on “Horses in the Morning”, our podcasts, and our webinars wherever you are. We also have multiple educational videos that are now accessible on all of your devices! Come and take a look at the amazing work that we are doing, and be sure to share it with your friends.


Farm Management Video Series

Animal Waste Management on Small Livestock Farms
Manure Spreader Calibration
Nutrient Management on Small Farms
Pasture Management on Small Farms
Small Farm Manure Composting
Soil Testing and Manure Management

“Horses in the Morning” Radio Show

The first live morning show with an equine theme. A light, lively, entertaining daily look at the horse world and the people in it. Hosted by Glenn the Geek and Jamie Jennings (see hosts bio). The show will include entertaining conversation, out of the ordinary guests, numerous regular horse related segments, listener call in, contests, giveaways and so much more.

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The Equine Science Center offers this series of podcasts as a way to accommodate the public’s desire to learn “on the run.” All the podcasts in the series are based on Rutgers Cooperative Extension Fact Sheets, consisting of original research by Extension and Equine Science Center-affiliated faculty as well as summaries of research and publications produced by other prominent scholars and experts. These podcasts cover some of the most asked-for information on topics of interest to horse and horse farm owners and individuals involved in the horse industry.


The Equine Science Center aims to promote equine science education and advance its mission of better horse care through research and education by offering online learning opportunities such as a webinar series.By definition, a webinar is a seminar, presentation, and/or lecture transmitted over the internet. Webinars are designed to be interactive with the ability to give, receive, and discuss information.

2024 Horse Management Seminar - Horse Health and Welfare

Dr. Danielle Smarsh; Dr. Kris Hiney

2024 Horse Management Seminar - Senior Horse Care

Dr. Nettie Liburt; Dr. Jessica Martin

2022 Horse Management Seminar - What’s New in Equine Genetics and Health

Dr. Samantha Brook; Dr. Amanda Adams

2022 Horse Management Seminar - Recent Advances in Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Mark Crisma; Dr. Sarah Gold

2021 Horse Management Seminar - Equine Health

Michael Fugaro, VMD, dACVS; Lynsey Makkreel, DVM

2021 Horse Management Seminar - Equine Behavior & Training

Sara Malone, Ph.D.; Ph.D. Candidate Ellen Rankins; Angelo Telatin, Ph.D.

“Ask The Experts Live!”

Michael Fugaro, VMD, dACVS; Karyn Malinowski, Ph.D.; Kenneth McKeever, Ph.D., FACSM, FAPS; Michael Westendorf, Ph.D.; Carey Williams, Ph.D.

"Use Of Alternative Therapy For Horses: Acupuncture"

Dr. Brian Colquhoun

“Issues Facing The New Jersey Horse Industry To Ensure Sustainability”

Mr. Ed Wengryn

“Antioxidant Research & Its Applications For Use In Exercising Horses”

Dr. Carey Williams

“Biosecurity On Horse Farms & At Equestrian Events”

Dr. Leslie Seraphin

History of Equine Exercise Physiology and Horses in Biomedical Research

Dr. Kenneth McKeever

Ensuring Good Health And Well being In The Aging Equine Population

Dr. Karyn Malinowski

Obesity in Horses

Dr. Ingrid Vervuert

Gastric Ulcers in Horses

Dr. Ingrid Vervuert

Tips for Managing Horses with Equine Metabolic Syndrome

Dr. Bridgett McIntosh

Horse Promotion and Marketability

Dr. Bill Day

Orthopedic Problems in the Old Horse

Dr. Michael Fugaro

Overview of Older Horse Physiology

Dr. Karyn Malinowski

Winter Care for Your Horse

Dr. Carey Williams

Equine Parasites

Dr. Michael Sukhdeo

Making Sense out of ‘Metabolic Syndrome

Dr. Sarah Ralston

Future of the NJ Horse Industry – The Impact the Demise of Racing Has on YOU!

Dr. Karyn Malinowski

Basic Equine Behavior

Dr. Sarah Ralston

Comparative Exercise Physiology: How We Are Like Our Horses

Dr. Ken McKeever