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Leptospirosis and Moon Blindness

By Heather Smith Thomas “Moon blindness” (recurrent uveitis) has been linked with leptospira infections. Dr. Ann Dwyer, a private practitioner (Genesee Valley Equine Clinic, Scottsville, NY), has worked with many cases of leptospirosis and uveitis, and has been involved in research looking at these diseases. When horses are acutely exposed to pathogenic (disease-causing) strains of […]

Balanced Feet – The Key to Prevent Lameness

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By Heather Smith Thomas There is a lot of discussion among horse owners and farriers about hoof balance. For sound, healthy feet, balance is crucial, but the concept of balance is frequently misunderstood. Pat Reilly, Chief of Farriery Services, New Bolton Center (Pennsylvania) says we need more communication and research to adequately describe and measure […]

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Rehab After Injury

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After a foot or leg injury, often the horse owner, veterinarian and farrier must work together as a team to facilitate the most effective way to medically treat the injury (if anti-inflammatory drugs are needed, for instance) and trim/shoe and rehabilitate that horse for optimum recovery. Careful rehabilitation therapy will often speed healing and help […]

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Potomac Horse Fever

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Potomac Horse Fever occurs mainly during summer and fall. It was first documented in the Potomac River Valley of Maryland in l979 but has been diagnosed in nearly every state, every Canadian province, Europe and South America.

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Trendy Tuesday- What’s Trending in the Equine Industry? The boots heard ‘round the world

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On July 9th, Lagrange asked their fans if they were ready for a giveaway contest. Just that comment alone gained them 243 likes and 27 comments.

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Diagnosis Reasons for Subtle Lameness

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Sometimes a horse is a little lame or slightly off after being ridden. The rider wonders whether it’s a structural lameness or something due to saddle fit, rider balance, or other factors. This can often be difficult to figure out.

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Tips on Feeding the Finicky Eater

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Some horses can be a feeding challenge—especially finicky individuals that are finicky hard to keep weight on. Dr. Bridgett McIntosh, Extension Equine Specialist, University of Tennessee, reminds owners that no two horses are the same.

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Trainers join forces to form equestrian dynamic duo in Florida – Cindy Reddish and Linda Crothers partner to cultivate new class of world champions

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American Quarter Horse Association Professional Horsemen Cindy Reddish and Linda Crothers have teamed up to provide world-class training and instruction at Savannah Pines Equestrian Center in Palm City, Fla.

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AjPHA Youth World Show Qualifying Requirement Eliminated for 2014

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“We anticipate that eliminating qualifying beginning at our 2014 Youth World Show will have a positive effect on entry numbers,” said APHA Executive Director Billy Smith.

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EC Trendy Tuesday- What’s Trending in the Equine Industry? “It’s like a weekend at the Hamptons”

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hen JT Mitchell showed up for the 2 year-old Stallion Halter class with Well Executed at the Pinto World Show, the reaction was. . . perplexed. “Where’d you find that thing?” seemed to be the consensus comment around the arena. He was wearing a madras print (a.k.a. plaid) jacket featuring a white base with navy, pink, and yellow cross stripes, a pink pocket square and tie, a light blue collared shirt, and navy suit pants. “It’s like a weekend at the Hamptons,” says Mitchell’s wife, Katie.

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