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Founder In Horses

Posted by on July 15, 2018 in Horse Racing News | Comments Off on Founder In Horses

What is Founder?: Founder occurs due to the lack of blood flow in the laminae which produces inflammation in the hoof. As time goes by, the cells of the laminae are damaged due to the lack of oxygen and nutrients that are found in the blood. If the problem is not treated in the early […]

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Fractured Splint Bones

Posted by on July 15, 2018 in Horse Racing News | Comments Off on Fractured Splint Bones

The fracture of a splint bone in the horse is a reasonably common occurrance. The splint bone plays an important role in the stability and support of the knees and hocks, therefore it is important that all fractures involving them are treated immediately. Causes of Splint Bone Fractures: Fractures of the bottom third of the […]

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Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series Results From Belmont Park

Posted by on July 9, 2018 in Horse Racing News | Comments Off on Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series Results From Belmont Park

Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series Results From Belmont Park

Saturday’s Stars and Stripes Racing Festival at Belmont Park featured five graded stakes events, headlined by the Grade 1, $1.2 million Belmont Derby. Despite running in her third race in 17 days after running at England’s Royal Ascot, Athena, under jockey Ryan Moore surged from the middle of the pack to win the Belmont Derby. “She’s a […]

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EIPH – Bleeding In Performance Horses

Posted by on July 5, 2018 in Horse Racing News | Comments Off on EIPH – Bleeding In Performance Horses

EIPH – Bleeding In Performance Horses

Perhaps the most prominent of all disorders affecting racehorses is “bleeding” or exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH).  We now know, for a fact, that most racehorses will bleed during their careers.  Many horses bleed every time they undertake intense exercise, such as racing and breezing.  We also know that bleeding can occur in situations other than dash […]

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Camel Racing Comes To The United States On July 4

Posted by on July 2, 2018 in Camel Racing News | Comments Off on Camel Racing Comes To The United States On July 4

Camel Racing Comes To The United States On July 4

July 4 is a special day in the United States as the federal holiday allows most citizens a day off of work for fireworks, food, family, and at certain racetracks across the states, exotic animal racing. While horse racing may be more popular in the United States, camel racing is king in the Middle East, […]

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Understanding and Treating EPM

Posted by on June 25, 2018 in Horse Racing News | Comments Off on Understanding and Treating EPM

EPM (Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis) is a master of disguise. This very serious disease can be difficult to diagnose because its signs often act like other health and lameness problems in horses and the signs can range from mild to extremely severe. More than fifty percent (and in some areas of the U.S. and Canada can […]

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Top Moments From The Prestigious 2018 Royal Ascot

Posted by on June 25, 2018 in Horse Racing News | Comments Off on Top Moments From The Prestigious 2018 Royal Ascot

Top Moments From The Prestigious 2018 Royal Ascot

The British Royals gathered to kick off the 2018 horse racing season at Royal Ascot this past week, a major calendar event at Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire, located in southeast England, west of London. The event concluded on Saturday with the Queen Alexandra Stakes, a race featuring 16 horses going a whopping 2 3/4 miles, more than […]

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ULCERS “The Most Overlooked Problem In Performance Horses”

Posted by on June 18, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on ULCERS “The Most Overlooked Problem In Performance Horses”

ULCERS “The Most Overlooked Problem In Performance Horses”

The majority of performance horses have gastric ulcers (also known as peptic ulcers) about two-thirds of those horses also have colonic ulcers. There are many reasons for this. Let’s begin with the fact that they are grazers and they are constantly producing bile. We put them in a stall, which is an unnatural environment (because they are […]

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Triple Crown Winner Justify Not Finished With Horse Racing

Posted by on June 18, 2018 in Horse Racing News | Comments Off on Triple Crown Winner Justify Not Finished With Horse Racing

Triple Crown Winner Justify Not Finished With Horse Racing

Justify is coming off a grueling schedule, winning six races in 111 days. He became the 13th Triple Crown winner of all time and the second horse to accomplish the feat since 1978. Where will Justify be next? Options for his racing schedule are the $1 million Haskell Invitational on July 29 at New Jersey’s […]

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Understanding Tendon Injuries

Posted by on June 15, 2018 in Horse Racing News | Comments Off on Understanding Tendon Injuries

Your horse has injured one of the major tendons in his leg and your veterinarian says he’ll be laid up for nine to twelve months. The superficial and deep digital flexor tendons run like cables down the back of a horse’s leg.  Bringing a horse back from a tendon injury is a long and also […]

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