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ISES 2013: Rider Perception of Rein Tension Study

Dr. Hayley Randle shares the results of her study investigating rider perception of rein tension.

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Do Joint Supplements Help Prevent and/or Treat Arthritis?

Dr. David Frisbie of Colorado State describes the effectiveness of equine joint supplements.

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Equine Infection Control Training

Dr. Brandy Burgess of Colorado State University answers a question about equine infection control training.

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Choosing a Disinfectant for Barn Use

Dr. Brandy Burgess describes selecting a disinfectant to protect horses from infectious disease agents.

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How to Quarantine a New Horse

Dr. Josie Traub-Dargatz describes ways to keep horses and their equipment separate to avoid disease spread.

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FDA Approval Significance

Dr. Megan Green, Merial field veterinarian, describes how horse owners can determine if a drug is approved.

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Exercise Physiology: Are Horses like Humans & Other Species?

Dr. Erica McKenzie shares what exercise physiology research in humans and dogs can tell us about our horses.

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ACVIM 2013: Steroids, Management Changes to Treat Heaves

Learn about a study using corticosteroids and antigen avoidance to treat RAO from Dr. Mathilde Leclere.

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ACVIM 2013: Signs of Colic vs. Botulism

Horses with botulism often present as if they're colicking. Here is how to tell the difference.

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ACVIM 2013: Comparing Human and Equine Neonates

Dr. Christine Gleason of Seattle Children's Hospital talks about the similarities between babies and foals.

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ACVIM Animal Survivor Video: Q Beat an Uncommon Infection

Meet Q, a Rocky Mountain Saddle Horse that survived proliferated enteropathy.

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ACVIM 2013: What is an Equine Internal Medicine Specialist?

Dr. Sarah Reuss describes the special care equine internal medicine specialists offer horses and their owners.

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Using Vital Signs to Monitor Racehorses

Dr. Scott Palmer explains how vital signs are used to monitor racehorses during and after training.

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Shoeing Racehorses

Dr. Scott Palmer describes some common racehorse shoeing techniques.

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Tying Up: A Breed-Specific Disease

Dr. Erica McKenzie of Oregon State University shares the horse breeds and diseases associated with tying up.

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Tying Up Explained

Dr. Erica McKenzie describes the common causes of exertional rhabdomyolysis in horses.

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Rest and Recovery after Three-Day Events

Recovery following completion of three-day events is different than it was when cross-country was long format.

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Why Do Racehorses Wear Tongue Ties?

Dr. Scott Palmer explains why some racehorses wear tongue ties and why this equipment is important.

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Red Urine Risk After Tying Up Episode

Dr. Erica McKenzie of Oregon State University shares why red urine is a concern in horses that are tying up.

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Rest is Recommended When a Horse Ties Up

Dr. Erica McKenzie answers a common question. Should a horse walk or rest when tying up?

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Feeding and Fueling Racehorses

Dr. Scott Palmer describes a typical racehorse feeding regimen.

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Physiology of the Three-Day Event Horse

Dr. Duncan Peters describes the physiology, athleticism, and stamina of three-day event horses.

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AAEP On Call Veterinarian Case Examples

Dr. Larry Bramlage, AAEP On Call Veterinarian, lists two examples of On Call communication in action.

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AAEP on Call: Relaying Information in the Event of an Injury

Dr. Larry Bramlage reviews communications in the face of a racehorse injury at the Derby or Breeders' Cup.

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