Rood & Riddle to Host Sport Horse Symposium Nov. 3

Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital will hold an educational symposium for horsemen on sport horse health entitled "Achieving Peak Performance - A Whole Horse Approach" on Thursday, Nov. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. EDT. The seminar will be held in the North Exhibit Hall of the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park, in Lexington, Ky., and will be free to ticket holders for Alltech National Horse Show events on that evening.

The symposium will highlight a range of veterinary topics impacting sport horses of all disciplines and levels. Talks will include "How Dentistry Affects Performance" by Brad Tanner, DVM; "Neck and Back Dysfunction" by Alex Emerson, DVM; "Hind Limb Pain and the Use of Stem Cells" by Scott Hopper, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS and partner at Rood & Riddle; "Shoeing for Performance" by Vern Dryden, DVM, CJF and "Nutritional Supplements for Sport Horses" by Steve Elliott, Global Product Director at Alltech. The symposium will be moderated by Chris Newton, DVM, partner at Rood & Riddle.

Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital is the official veterinarian, farrier and pharmacy of the Alltech National Horse Show, which is making its first appearance in Lexington, Kentucky this year. The 128-year-old show features a number of prestigious hunter and jumper classes, including the Double H Farm $75,000 International Grand Prix on the evening of the symposium.

Rood & Riddle is committed to providing educational opportunities for its clients, with the belief that furthering education results in better equine care.

"Rood and Riddle is pleased to hold a sport horse seminar for our clients and attendees and competitors of the Alltech National Horse Show. We have a wonderful line-up of speakers and topics which should provide great value for all horsemen," said Tom Riddle, DVM, founder of Rood & Riddle.

For more information about the Rood & Riddle Sport Horse Symposium, please contact the public relations office at 859/233-0371.

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