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Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center Welcomes Dr. Elizabeth Arbittier to Equine Field Service Team

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Press release Liz Arbittier, VMD CVA, has joined Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center Equine Field Service team, which provides routine and emergency health care for equine clients within a 30-mile radius of the hospital. The team of specialists offers preventative health care, reproductive services, evaluation and treatment of lameness, medical and surgical disorders, and on-farm […]

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Shining In Showmanship – Part II

In the July/August issue of The Equine Chronicle, I shared advice from seven of today’s most noted AQHA trainers and judges on what it takes to stand out in the showmanship pen. For this month’s issue, I interviewed eight AQHA competitors to find out their secrets for shining in the showmanship pen. Here’s what they had to say.

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Potomac Horse Fever

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Potomac Horse Fever

 By Heather Smith Thomas 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. Dr. Katherine Wilson (Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg, Virginia) says the bacteria […]

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Rehab After Injury

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Rehab After Injury

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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Celebrating 15 Years With 15 Days of Exciting Equine Activities at Fox Grove Farm

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Celebrating 15 Years With 15 Days of Exciting Equine Activities at Fox Grove Farm

The beautiful Fox Grove Farm in Ocala, FL, has been home to Lynn Palm’s and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon’s Palm Partnership Training for 15 years. Set on 38 acres engulfed with live oaks and lush green pastures in the heart of horse country, the farm boasts two training barns, a 210 x 90 covered arena with adjacent […]

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AQHA Members: Don’t Let Equine Stomach Ulcers Slow You, Down Take Advantage of Free ULCERGARD® (omeprazole) Trial Program

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You’ve been putting your best foot forward all year and with the biggest shows of the 2013 season just around the corner, there’s not a single detail you want to leave to chance. That’s why it’s important to take advantage of Merial’s ULCERGARD Trial Program. You can stop by the Merial booth at selected horse […]

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Researchers Measure the Effect of Noseband Pressure on Horses

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Researchers Measure the Effect of Noseband Pressure on Horses

Many riders and trainers believe the tighter they fasten a horse’s noseband, the more control they will have while riding. True, tight nosebands increase a horse’s sensitivity to the bit, but they could also inflict pain and cause tissue damage, said Orla Doherty, MVB, MSc, MRCVS, of University College Dublin and the University of Limerick. […]

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It’s Here! An Easier to Use Syringe for Perfect Prep Formulas

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It’s Here! An Easier to Use Syringe for Perfect Prep Formulas

Same great calming formula in a more convenient size

 You asked and we listened! In response to customer suggestions, Perfect Products announces the debut of an easier to use syringe that provides the same trusted effect as the Perfect Prep formulas that you depend on.

Now in a 60cc-sized syringe, the new size of Perfect Prep […]

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Adequan® (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan) Supply Update From Luitpold Animal Health

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Shirley, NY (August 1, 2013) – Luitpold Animal Health, a division of Luitpold Pharmaceuticals, Inc., manufacturers of Adequan® IM, Adequan® IA, and Adequan® Canine provide the following supply interruption update: In 2012, Luitpold renovated and upgraded its Shirley, New York manufacturing facility as part of its commitment to improving the quality of its operations. These […]

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Equestrian Body Protector Technology

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Equestrian Body Protector Technology

Body protection is a relatively new technology compared to head protection. It is still rapidly developing and expanding with every passing year. When Charles Owen entered the body protection industry in 1998, the European standards were hot off the presses and CE certified body protectors had recently been introduced.

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