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Neurological Examination in the Horse- How It’s Done

Neurological Examination in the Horse- How It’s Done

Equine neurological examinations* evaluate horses from head to tail. They are performed to evaluate signs consistent with neurologic disease or to establish that a horse is neurologically normal, such as during a pre-purchase exam. A neurological exam can be divided into two parts: static and dynamic. 

The Not-So-Great Indoors and Horse Health

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The Not-So-Great Indoors and Horse Health

To start with, exposure to inhalable irritants increases by 50 percent compared to living outdoors. Respirable irritants are the main cause of conditions on the Equine Asthma Spectrum that affect over 80 percent of active sporthorses, often without obvious symptoms.

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If You Give a Kid a Pony…

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If You Give a Kid a Pony…

If you give a kid a pony, they will need a saddle to go with it. You’ll buy them the best saddle you can afford, and then they will probably want a bridle, and a saddle pad, and some boots too…

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EC Photo of the Day- Look Ahead

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EC Photo of the Day- Look Ahead

“Sometimes, you can’t see the road ahead; but, as you keep going, it gets clearer.” – Sanjo Jendayi Photo Credit: Avid Photography Click here for more great photos- http://www.equinechronicle.com/behind-the-scenes-at-fox-lea-farm-winter-circuit/

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Morris Animal Foundation Announces New Studies Focused on Equine Colic

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Morris Animal Foundation Announces New Studies Focused on Equine Colic

Estimates suggest that 4% – 10% of horses will experience colic at least once in their lifetimes, and the actual incidence may be even higher. Although the majority of horses can be successfully treated on the farm, approximately 10% require referral for advanced care, including surgery.

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EC Photo of the Day- Give Them Something Great to Imitate

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EC Photo of the Day- Give Them Something Great to Imitate

“Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them.”- James Baldwin Photo Credit: Avid Photography Click here to check out more great photos- http://www.equinechronicle.com/behind-the-scenes-at-fox-lea-farm-winter-circuit/

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AQHA Membership Growth and Historical Participation

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AQHA Membership Growth and Historical Participation

AQHA once again saw historical growth in show participation. The AQHYA World Championship Show, presented by Ford, made history as the largest Ford AQHYA World to date with more than 5,800 entries. The AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships saw a 30 percent increase in entries, and more than 500 first-time exhibitors entered and competed at the Farnam AQHA World Championship Show; AQHA Select World Championship Show, presented by Adequan® (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan); Adequan® Level 2 Championships; and Nutrena Level 1 Championships.

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EC Photo of the Day- Believe

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EC Photo of the Day- Believe

“Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them.” – Lady Bird Johnson Check out this adorable photo of 6-year-old Madison Hoying on her AQHA horse, Glowing Dynamic. If you have a great photo or video of the day, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com and you might see it featured on www.EquineChronicle.com.

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Horse Management Seminar- Genetics, Nutrition, Health, and Disease

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Horse Management Seminar- Genetics, Nutrition, Health, and Disease

Each webinar will feature two speakers who will focus on “Recent Advances” in Health, Genetics, and Nutrition. Each evening will focus on one topic area and will end with an “Ask the Expert Live” panel hosted by Dr. Carey Williams, Equine Extension Specialist and the Associate Director of Outreach for the Rutgers Equine Science Center, as well as the evening’s speakers. Attendees will have time to ask questions about the presentations and are also encouraged to bring questions to the webinars based upon the subject area for that night. The schedule includes:

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Youth Ranch Horse Mentor Matchup Successful in Event Return

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Youth Ranch Horse Mentor Matchup Successful in Event Return

Ten individuals ages 14-21 from Colorado and Wyoming were pre-selected and paired with industry professionals who acted as their “coach” or “mentor” for the day. Identified by matching shirts, the selected youth received one-on-one practice time with their coach, rotating through various stations to practice ranch horse skills. In the afternoon, the youth competed against each other for scholarship money provided by the National Western Scholarship Trust. They were asked to complete a ranch trail pattern, a ranch riding pattern, a modified reining pattern and beginning cow work. The selected youth and coaches gathered Friday night, prior to being matched with their Saturday mentor, to network and ask questions of each other and the coaches as a new addition to this year’s event.

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