Equine Identification: Free Webinar

Register for our equine identification webinar! Join TheHorse.com and presenter Monty McInturff, DVM, for a free webinar detailing why equine identification is vital to horse owners, government officials, breed registries, and veterinarians.

By reviewing traditional methods of identification, including hot branding, freeze branding, microchipping, drawings/photographs, DNA analysis, and lip tattooing, Dr. McInturff will explain the pros and cons of each method. He will also explore and demonstrate how the newest technology in equine identification--iris scan--works. Register now for this free webinar on May 29 at 8 p.m. EDT, brought to you by Merck-GAM eyeD.

This session will be presented by: 

Monty McInturff, DVMMonty McInturff, DVM, is managing partner at Tennessee Equine Hospital, a multidisciplinary practice with a focus on performance- horse medicine located in Thompson's Station, Tenn. He joined the TEH in 1991 and has since helped grow it into a state-of-the-art diagnostics facility with a full-care equine hospital and ambulatory service. McInturff has a specialty interest in sports medicine and maintenance of the equine athlete. He earned his veterinary degree from Auburn University.

Sign up now for this Webinar at TheHorse.com/Webinars. Your registration allows you to watch the video presentation and ask questions live during the presentation, and you can submit your questions via e-mail prior to the Webinar to be answered during the live event. We hope you can join us!

Questions about the webinar can be directed to THWebinars@TheHorse.com.

Minimum System Requirements:

  • 256 megabytes (MB) of RAM; 512 MB recommended.
  • Broadband Internet connection or access to a high-speed network highly recommended.
  • Speakers/headphones on your computer to hear the audio.
  • Flash Player 8 or higher.
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