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Identifying High-Risk Horse Pregnancies

May 31, 2016

University of Kentucky's Dr. Barry Ball defines the high-risk pregnancy and its causes and offers management options.... Read More

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Assessing the Foal and Placenta After Birth

April 29, 2016

A foal's first hours are fragile. Learn to look for the early signs of trouble in both the foal and placenta.... Read More

Once the horse is in MRI room, his leg is positioned in the unit. The standing MRI scans an area about the size of a grapefruit, so veterinarians perform careful diagnostics prior to MRI to localize the area of interest.

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Navicular Disease

March 30, 2016

The University of Tennessee's Dr. Jim Schumacher overviews navicular syndrome's risk factors, treatments, and more.... Read More

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Sport Horse Reproduction: Challenges and Solutions

February 29, 2016

Equine repro specialist Dr. Etta Bradecamp overviews obstacles related to breeding performance mares and stallions.... Read More

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Emergent and Re-Emergent Equine Disease

January 29, 2016

An ever-present threat to equine industries worldwide, presented by University of Kentucky's Dr. Peter Timoney.... Read More

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Equine Enteric Coronavirus

December 31, 2015

Emerging virus or incidental bystander? Dr. Nicola Pusterla of UC Davis shares insight into this infectious disease.... Read More

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Equine Gastric Ulcers

November 30, 2015

Are you treating horses with gastric ulcers? Gain an updated understanding of the disease from Dr. Frank Andrews of LSU.... Read More

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Objective Determination of Lameness in the Horse

October 30, 2015

Dr. Kevin Keegan examines the biomechanics related to diagnosing equine lameness. ... Read More

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Advances in Joint Disease Treatment

September 30, 2015

Learn about the newest advances in understanding and treating joint disease in horses from Dr. Wayne Mcllwraith. ... Read More

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Pain Management in Horses

August 31, 2015

Dr. Anthony Blikslager offers insight to vets on recognizing horses in pain and covers drug therapy options.... Read More

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Performance Horse Nutrition: What Role Do Supplements Play?

July 31, 2015

Dr. Brian Nielsen presents up-to-date information on feeding the athletic horse and using nutritional supplements.... Read More

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The Ergot Alkaloid Enigma

June 30, 2015

Learn about ergovaline's stability in endophyte-infected tall fescue, which causes toxicosis in broodmares.... Read More

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Developing Practical Pasture and Forage Diagnostic Tools

May 29, 2015

A University of Kentucky forage extension specialist talks about pasture testing with a focus on ergovaline levels... Read More

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Parasite and Growth Rates in Foals, and More

April 30, 2015

Dr. Martin Nielsen shares cutting-edge information about equine parasite control. Does your dewormer work? ... Read More

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Surgical Intervention to Improve Mare Fertility

March 31, 2015

Dr. Rolf Embertson shares surgery case studies of treating mares with urogenital conditions.... Read More

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Shock Wave Therapy

February 27, 2015

Equine surgeon Dr. Scott McClure explains what shock wave therapy is and how it works.... Read More

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Equine Welfare: Lessons Learned

January 30, 2015

Dr. Tom Lenz shares information about the "unwanted" horse and changing perceptions of equine welfare.... Read More

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Racetrack Injury Prevention

December 30, 2014

Over the years there's been a trend toward declining average starts for racehorses. ... Read More

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Laboratory Diagnosis of EHV-1

November 28, 2014

Dr. Udeni Balasuriya shares information about diagnosing equine herpesvirus-1 and interpreting test results.... Read More

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Fluid Therapy Choices for the Sick Foal

October 31, 2014

Learn about what therapy choices to make, and when to use them during treatment of the critically ill foal.... Read More

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Is the Hoof Smart? Adaptability of the Equine Foot

September 30, 2014

Dr. Debra Taylor describes the visual exam of a healthy hoof and how feet can change in response to external factors.... Read More

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Equine Pharmacology, Therapeutics, and Toxicology

August 29, 2014

Find out the reasons why competition horses might test positive for certain drugs and substances... Read More

Pinto coloring looks as though someone has splashed white paint over an otherwise-colored horse, or colored paint over an otherwise-white horse, leaving large splotches (which are larger than an Appaloosa’s spots). Paint and pinto colors are controlled by several different genes and come in a variety of colors and combinations.

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Genetics, Health, and Equine Performance

July 31, 2014

University of Kentucky geneticist Dr. Ernest Bailey shares updated information about inheritance in horses.... Read More

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Airway Remodeling in Heaves

June 30, 2014

Dr. Jean-Pierre Lavoie answers the question of whether airway remodeling is reversible in horses with heaves.... Read More

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