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Data from fourteen states--California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin--is available.
The post AHC Economic Impact Study State Breakouts Now Available appeared first on The Horse.
Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) can cause devastating neurologic illness in horses. Here's what veterinarians know about how to diagnose, treat, and prevent EPM, and where the research is headed.
Researchers said the data they collected will help them estimate how effective training and conditioning programs are in preparing three-day event horses for competition.
The post Researchers Review Three-Day Eventing Horse Fitness Parameters appeared first on The Horse.
A horse owner wonders if a farrier moving from barn to barn during the day could spread equine diseases.
Funtional electrical stimulation, or FES, might help reduce back pain in horses with asymmetric multifidi muscles, researchers found.
The post Study: Electrical Stimulation Can Reduce Back Pain in Horses appeared first on The Horse.
How to help performance horses of all types reach peak fitness.
A 17-year-old Thoroughbred gelding was diagnosed with EHM, the neurologic form of equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) after developing neurologic deficits.
Do you struggle to get pills into your horse? Our nutritionist offers advice and some precautions.
Learn how to plan forage purchases with this practical guide to hay cuttings, types, and quality.
The USA Equestrian Trust is now accepting proposals from IRS-registered equine nonprofit organizations for its 2018 grants program.
The post USA Equestrian Trust Grants More Than $130,000 to Nonprofits in 2017 appeared first on The Horse.
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