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EC Photo of the Day- The Waiting Game…

EC Photo of the Day- The Waiting Game…

Every horse show parent can relate to this moment…

Check Out SmartPak’s New Working Tack Line

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Check Out SmartPak’s New Working Tack Line

There are 14 styles of tack in the collection, and each piece is available in either Natural oiled or Dark oiled finish.

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Equine Gastroscopy Educational Videos Now Available for Veterinarians 

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Equine Gastroscopy Educational Videos Now Available for Veterinarians 

In the first video, Cheramie details how to perform a complete gastroscopic exam, explaining horse preparation and how to best manipulate the scope to view each portion of the stomach with ease. He also discusses what to look for and how to grade and characterize the lesion findings. The video demonstrates techniques for maximizing observation of lesions, including appropriate insufflation and rinsing, along with other tips.

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The Mysterious Mysteries of the Horse Show Office Unveiled…

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The Mysterious Mysteries of the Horse Show Office Unveiled…

Mystery #4: High points, high points, high points? Why are they not updated? Why are they incorrect? Why can’t the show secretary provide an accurate list of them that is up to date all the time?

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Helmet Versus Train

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Helmet Versus Train

“I’m pretty sure the only reason I wasn’t killed was because I was wearing my helmet,” said Megan Richman. “I’m lucky that I was wearing it, because the train pretty much cracked it into eight different pieces.”

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2018-2019 New Bolton Lecture Series Includes: Equine Asthma, Neurology Imaging, Colic, Lameness Exams, Laminitis, and More

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2018-2019 New Bolton Lecture Series Includes: Equine Asthma, Neurology Imaging, Colic, Lameness Exams, Laminitis, and More

From innovative surgical imaging to advancements in laminitis research and care, hear from Penn Vet’s leading equine care experts at the 2018-2019 First Tuesday Lecture series hosted by New Bolton Center located in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.

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Proper Procedure For Hitching Bumper Pull Trailers

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Proper Procedure For Hitching Bumper Pull Trailers

If the front of the trailer is slightly unlevel with the nose down after hitching up, more weight is on the forward trailer axle. This will cause the trailer to sway. With the front of the trailer slightly up, a bit more weight will be on the rear axle. This will eliminate sway allowing the trailer to track well while traveling.

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New Video Series to Help Horse Owners Recognize Signs of PPID

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New Video Series to Help Horse Owners Recognize Signs of PPID

“We recognize that PPID is not just an old horse disease,” said Steve Grubbs, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, equine technical manager for Boehringer Ingelheim. “PPID affects horses of all breeds and all ages, even reported as young as 5 years old.”

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Around the Rings at the Select World Championships – Aug 29 with the G-Man

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Around the Rings at the Select World Championships – Aug 29 with the G-Man
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Vets Test New Method For Equine Performance Assessment

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Vets Test New Method For Equine Performance Assessment

During the dressage test, a team of 10 equine vets, selected from 40 volunteers, scored each horse for the presence of 24 behaviors that may reflect pain. The tests were filmed so that Dr. Dyson could make a comparison between her own real-time behaviour assessments and video analysis and so that the rider skill level could be scored retrospectively by Dr Anne Bondi BHSI.

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