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State-of-the-Art Riding Simulator Unveiled at Saddle Research Trust Conference

State-of-the-Art Riding Simulator Unveiled at Saddle Research Trust Conference

The high-performance novel robotic motion platform has been designed to provide the necessary motion capabilities for the simulator in all gaits, including jumping. The ground-breaking advance from previous generations of simulator is the extended, freely programmable motion capability, that provides a real-life learning tool for riders by making it possible to replicate the actual motion of real, individual horses. The current test simulator is programmed with motions which were measured from advanced level dressage and show jumping horses while being ridden by advanced riders.

10 Things You Might Not Know About Equine Neurology

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10 Things You Might Not Know About Equine Neurology

7. Horses that become drowsy and “catch” themselves before falling often suffer from sleep deprivation, not narcolepsy. Although horses can famously “sleep standing up,” they have to lie down to complete a full sleep cycle.

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Do You Know the 1-2-3 Post-Foaling Rule?

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Do You Know the 1-2-3 Post-Foaling Rule?

Are you ready to assist your broodmare when her time comes?
 Here are some tried and true guidelines to remember during foaling.

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Morris Animal Foundation Announces Call for Veterinary Student Scholar Program Proposals

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Morris Animal Foundation Announces Call for Veterinary Student Scholar Program Proposals

The Morris Animal Foundation Veterinary Student Scholar (VSS) program is a competitive program that provides veterinary students with the opportunity to become involved in mentored research that advances the health and/or welfare of dogs, cats, horses or wildlife. The VSS program awards stipends up to $5,000 to veterinary students who are selected by their institution to participate in clinical or basic animal health research.

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The Kindest Cut- Preserving Memories in Horsehair

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The Kindest Cut- Preserving Memories in Horsehair

“I’d like to help as many people as I can to be proactive in this endeavor, if possible. In that hope, here are some braider’s tips and tricks to help people feel confident and comfortable taking the proper steps to cut a tail, clean it, and store it for the future when the day finally comes to say goodbye.”

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Research to Improve Survival of Horses with Diarrhea and Critically Ill Foals 

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Research to Improve Survival of Horses with Diarrhea and Critically Ill Foals 

A current OVC resident study showed 3 to 4 out of 10 sick foals admitted for emergency procedures do not pull through.  Gomez explains, “One aim of this study is to provide data to support evidence-based protocols and the development of guidelines for fluid therapy in critically ill foals to help reduce mortality rates.”

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Happy New Year! Tips For Successful Goal Setting

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Happy New Year! Tips For Successful Goal Setting

The difference between a dream and a goal is having a plan that will take you there. In order for goals to be successful, they need to be specific and measurable.

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Horse Barn Interior Design Tips

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Horse Barn Interior Design Tips

Design is about more than creating curved lines and inviting aisleways in light and airy barns. The choice of materials and their construction must be carefully weighed against budget constraints and safety issues and the ergonomics of the space must be front and center in the decision making process.

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Checking Under the Hood- Role of Neurological Evaluations in Pre-Purchase Examinations

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Checking Under the Hood- Role of Neurological Evaluations in Pre-Purchase Examinations

Buying a horse can be a lot like buying a car; both are significant investments. Regardless of the sticker price, it’s a good idea to take a peek under the hood before you drive off the lot. A pre-purchase examination (PPE, or “vet check”) can be minimal or extensive, but it should always include a neurological evaluation.

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Important Survey For Equine-Assisted Services (EAS)

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Important Survey For Equine-Assisted Services (EAS)

In this survey, you will be asked to answer questions about your relationship to, or interest in, research and/or activities in the field of EAS which include various types of therapies, learning, and horsemanship for humans that rely on horses or other equines as participants.

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