Poor performers can be a diagnostic challenge. Here's what veterinarians will look for when examining these horses.
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Here's how to get your performance horse back to the show ring safely and successfully after layup.
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- Evaluating the Equine Poor Performer
- Venograms and Laminitis
- Rehabilitating Sport Horses
- Diagnosing Equine Lameness Early
- Researchers Partner for Studies on Standardbreds
- Diagnosis Prior to Treatment Critical to EPM Recovery
- 'Gait Keeper' Gene Mutation Found in Trotting Horses
- 2015 AAEP Focus on Poor Performance Meeting Tweets
- Survey: Limbs, Not Feet, Main Cause of Lameness
- Yes, Your Horse is Neurologic (Or No, He Isn't)
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