The horse is by its conformation, very sensitive to digestive disorders including colic. Indeed, the horse has a small stomach and large bowel, large and folded on itself. Due to this particular configuration, the horse is prone to motion digestion and bowel dysfunction appear. Maldigestion which is characterized by a slowing of the transit and which may result in displacement or twisting of the intestine. Controlled, balanced diet is essential to limit the risks. Colic diagnosis is made initially by the owner's observation is confirmed by the veterinary clinical examination.