Exertional rhabdomyolysis, more commonly referred to as tying-up, is a muscular disorder (rhabdomyolysis means destruction of skeletal muscle cells) occurring in horses either during or immediately after exercising. Classic signs of horses that are tying-up include stiffness, sweating, muscle fasciculations (tremors) and reluctance to move as a result of painful muscle damage.

In this free report, you’ll learn the causes of tying-up, as well as how it’s diagnosed and treated. Helpful tips for prevention of this common equine muscle disease are also included.