Horse Health Videos


AAEP 2012: Good Works Care of the Therapeutic Horse

December 03, 2012

Vet student Aimee Vaughn talks about what she learned about caring for therapy horses.... Read More

Dr. Tammy Vretis shares her experience riding a hippotherapy horse as SheaCenter physical therapist Janelle Robinson instructs veterinarians and industry professionals in the background.


AAEP 2012: Good Works Project at Therapeutic Riding Center

December 01, 2012

The veterinarians from the 2012 AAEP Convention visit a therapeutic riding center as part of Good Works. ... Read More

Luke Ramsay, AAEP student program coordinator, discusses programs specially designed for veterinary studets at the AAEP Convention.


AAEP Convention Student Program

November 30, 2012

Luke Ramsay discusses programs specially designed for veterinary studets at the AAEP Convention. ... Read More


Caring for the Senior Horse

November 29, 2012

Dr. Dianne McFarlane outlines what you need to know about caring for older equines.... Read More

Sally Baker, AAEP marketing and public relations director, explains what goes into creating the scientific program at the AAEP convention.


Creating the AAEP Scientific Program

November 29, 2012

Get the inside scoop on creating the scientific program at the AAEP convention with Sally Baker.... Read More

2012 AAEP Convention in Anaheim, Calif.


Planning the AAEP Convention

November 28, 2012

Sally Baker, director of marketing, talks about what goes into planning the AAEP convention. ... Read More

Pastern lucencies located on the midline were the only type of bone cyst to negatively affect earnings per starts, total earnings, and number of starts in Vargas' study.


Surgical Treatment of Bone Cysts

November 26, 2012

Dr. Liz Santschi presents a method of treating of medial femoral condyle subchondral bone cysts in horses.... Read More

Routine hoof care is critical for your horse’s soundness and well-being. “A lot of times, when horses are on pasture, not in performance and not getting ridden very often, hoof problems arise due to longer intervals between care,” Tanner says. Whether a horse is barefoot or shod, “routine trimming by a skilled farrier,” is essential to reduce the possibility of laminitis, he adds.


2012 Laminitis Conference: Trimming Too Short?

November 05, 2012

Instructor and farrier Chris Gregory, CJF, FWCF, answers a user's question about trimming hooves too short.... Read More


2012 Laminitis Conference: Broodmares and Laminitis

November 04, 2012

Veterinarian and farrier Dr. Raul Bras answers a user's question concerning broodmares and laminitis.... Read More

Dr. Nora Grenager at the 2012 International Equine Conference on Laminitis and Diseases of the Foot


2012 Laminitis Conference: The Human Correlate of Laminitis

November 04, 2012

Dr. Nora Grenager answers a user question about the human correlate of laminitis. The answer can surprise you.... Read More


2012 Laminitis Conference Overview

November 03, 2012

Dr. James Orsini shares the importance of bringing vets and farriers together to discuss laminitis.... Read More


2012 Laminitis Conference: Making Meds Palatable

November 02, 2012

Dr. Nora Grenager shares tips on making medications palatable for laminitic horses on limited diets.... Read More

This horse's burned skin later sloughed off as part of the natural healing process.


Burn Injuries in Horses

October 31, 2012

R. Reid Hanson, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, ACVECC, discusses the treatment of burn injuries in horses.... Read More


ICEID: Parasitology Special Session

October 26, 2012

Dr. Martin Nielsen discusses the discussion on equine parasitology at the 2012 ICEID. ... Read More


ICEID: What to Know about Equine Herpesvirus

October 24, 2012

Dr. Klaus Osterrieder discusses some key ponts horse owners should know about equine herpesvirus. ... Read More


ICEID: Microbiomes and Horse Health

October 24, 2012

Dr. Scott Weese defines microbiomes and their role in equine digestion and immunity.... Read More


ICEID: What Vets are Learning at the Global Conference

October 24, 2012

Dr. David Horohov shares the importance of bringing experts together for the 2012 ICEID.... Read More


Preventing Emerging Equine Disease

October 22, 2012

Dr. Richard Newton describes how countries prevent emerging equine diseases and how owners and vets can help.... Read More


Equine Piroplasmosis: Therapeutics and Immunity

September 28, 2012

Dr. Robert Mealey of Washington State University shares his team's research on equine piroplasmosis. ... Read More


Equine Leptospirosis: Is It Time for a Vaccine?

August 31, 2012

Dr. Craig Carter, director of epidemiology, UK Veterinary Diagnostics Lab, discusses leptospirosis in horses.... Read More


Help Your Horse Settle In

August 22, 2012

Tips on how to prepare to move your horse to a new stable and how to keep him safe and calm.... Read More


In-Depth: Understanding Radiographs (X rays)

August 14, 2012

Dr. Liberty Getman of Tennessee Equine Hospital describes the different types of radiographs and their uses.... Read More


Cavalia: How to Build a Great Relationship with Your Horse

August 06, 2012

Learn how to improve your relationship with your horse from Benjamin Aillaud, equestrian director of Cavalia.... Read More


The Stress of Weaning

July 31, 2012

Amanda A. Adams, PhD, offers research-based advice about keeping foals healthy during the stress of weaning.... Read More

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