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Vet Reflects on Road to the Horse Herd

Dr. Glenn Blodgett of 6666 Ranch talks about watching his horses in the 2013 Road to the Horse.


Novel Equine Metabolic Syndrome Therapies

In this UK Lecture Series presentation, Dr. Amanda Adams discusses management of horses with EMS.


WVC 2013: Making the Change to Barefoot

Dr. Debra Taylor shares some points to consider when transitioning horses from being shod to going barefoot.


WVC 2013: Early Signs of PPID (Equine Cushing's Disease)

Dr. Hal Schott describes some early clinical signs of PPID horse owners should be on the watch for.


WVC 2013: Equine Wound Management

Dr. Bimbo Welker describes how to manage wounds on horses and when to call in a veterinarian.


WVC 2013: Multiple Limb Lameness

Dr. Kevin Keegan explains a few things horse owners should know about multiple limb lameness.


Can Inflammatory Markers Predict Fitness and Impending Injury?

David Horohov, PhD, discusses the effects of exercise on the equine immune system.

5 Things You Need to Know

5 Things You need to Know: Mare Fertility

Dr. Ed Squires shares the top five things he thinks breeders should know about mare fertility.


OIE Standards for International Horse Movement

Dr. Susanne Münstermann presents the OIE's role in preventing the global spread of equine diseases.


Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedic Injuries

Dr. Ross Rich shares his experience treating equine orthopedic injuries with stem cells.


Q & A: Trimming Feed Costs

Dr. Laurie Lawrence discusses how horse owners can cut their feed costs without cutting corners.

5 Things You Need to Know

5 Things You need to Know: Stallion Fertility

Dr. Ed Squires shares the five most important things horse breeders need to know about stallion fertility.


2012 Blooper Reel

Horses (and people) do the funniest things, and sometimes they get caught on camera!


Lawsonia intracellularis: A Clinical Perspective

Dr. Nathan Slovis discusses clinical signs and treatment of equine proliferative enteropathy.


Lawsonia in Horses and Pigs

Dr. Connie Gebhart discusses Lawsonia intracellularis, a bacterium that causes equine proliferated enteropathy


AAEP 2012: The International Veterinarian

German jumping team vet Dr. Jan-Heim Swagemakers discusses his annual trip to the AAEP convention.


AAEP 2012: Prepurchase Exams

Dr. Sue Emerson shares what vets discussed and learned about during the prepurchase exam table topic at AAEP.


AAEP 2012: Merck Animal Health, AAEP Educational Partner

Joe Ferraro of Merck Animal Health discusses the company’s equine team and shares new product information.


AAEP 2012: Role of The Horse's AAEP Editorial Board

Dr. Deb Sellon explains the editorial board’s role with The Horse and at the AAEP Convention.


AAEP 2012: Feeding the Orphan Foal

Dr. Mary Rose Paradis talks about the challenges of raising an orphan foal to have a successful adulthood.


AAEP 2012: Sarcoids and Tumors

Dr. Kelly Farnsworth discusses treating sarcoids, melanomas, and squamous cell carcinomas in horses.


AAEP 2012: Medical Pain Management

Dr. Debra Sellon discusses new and traditional methods of managing pain for horses that might surprise you.


AAEP 2012: Ethical Issues of the Racetrack Practitioner

Dr. Jeff Blea addresses ethical challenges racetrack vets face and the economic pressure placed on practices.


AAEP 2012: BLM Wild Horse and Burro Program

Dr. Boyd Spratling dicusses managing and caring for mustangs and burros in the West.

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