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Dealing with Dirt Being Kicked in Racehorses' Eyes

Dr. Scott Palmer discusses how trainers deal with dirt being kicked in racehorses eyes during races.

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AAEP On Call Program at the Kentucky Derby

Dr. Larry Bramlage describes the evolution of the AAEP On Call Program for large horse races.

Featured Series

Deworming, Part 2: Internal Parasites Up Close

Dr. Steve Sundholm of Equus Veterinary Service introduces common internal parasites and their life cycles.

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Rolex Kentucky: Rest After Transport and Competition

High-caliber event horses require some rest and relaxation after transport and completing cross-country.

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Budweiser Clydesdales: What's in the Trailer?

Dave Thomas, a supervisor of the Budweiser Clydesdales, discusses how they pack the trailer.

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Budweiser Clydesdales: Handling Travel Stress

Dave Thomas talks about managing travel stress with the Budweiser Clydesdales traveling across the country.

Featured Series

Deworming, Part 1: Then vs. Now

Dr. Steve Sundholm discusses how internal parasite control for horses has changed over the years.

Products

Quest Plus Deworming

QUEST PLUS provides broad-spectrum parasite protection for your horse.

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Performance to Pleasure: Caring for the Adult Horse

Join Merck Animal Health for a one-hour overview on healthcare considerations for the adult horse.

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Veterinarian Presence at Road to the Horse

Dr. Glenn Blodgett describes how many vets are at the 2013 Road to the Horse training competition.

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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.

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WVC 2013: Making the Change to Barefoot

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

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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.

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WVC 2013: Equine Wound Management

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

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WVC 2013: Multiple Limb Lameness

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

Seminars

Can Inflammatory Markers Predict Fitness and Impending Injury?

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

Seminars

OIE Standards for International Horse Movement

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

Webcasts

Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedic Injuries

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

News/Interviews

Q & A: Trimming Feed Costs

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

Seminars

Lawsonia in Horses and Pigs

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

News/Interviews

AAEP 2012: Medical Pain Management

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

News/Interviews

AAEP 2012: Ethical Issues of the Racetrack Practitioner

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

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AAEP 2012: Advanced Integrative Therapies

Dr. Carla Pasteur discusses the alternative therapies table topic, including acupuncture and chiropractics.

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