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Horse Health
Equine Wellness Caring For Horse Hoofs This Winter
Equine Wellness
Caring For Horse Hoofs This Winter

Your horse's hoofs grow slower in the winter. Just how much slower depends on a variety of things, mostly how weather in your area affects your horse care. If you can still turnout much of the time you may not notice much. These changes come mostly from the circulation in the hoof. When horses are ridden or are turned out less, there's less circulation to the hoofs. Slower hoof growth is good news for some people - this can mean fewer visits by the farrier. But for others who are waiting for a crack or other hoof problem to grow out, this reduction in hoof growth can mean a long wait.

Jan 24, 2016, 15:26

Horse Health
Horse Facility Management Is Keeping Your Horse At Home Cost Effective?
Horse Facility Management
Is Keeping Your Horse At Home Cost Effective?

Is horse keeping on your own property a better option for you and your horse than boarding at a stable?

There's something to be said about looking out your window and seeing your horse relaxed and happy in your barn or pasture. And there's the convenience to be able to take just a few steps out your door and be ready to tack up and ride in a few minutes. However, there are many reasons why keeping your horse at a boarding stable might be a better option.
If you've never owned horses before, starting at a boarding stable with a knowledgeable barn manager, workers and trainers is a good option.
Boarding at a stable can result in reduced horse care costs. Remember that boarding stables often buy hay and bedding in bulk because they have the room to store it.

Jan 24, 2016, 15:23

Horse Health
Nixall®, a leading equine health product, partners with The Thoroughbred Racing Dudes for the Retired Racehorse Project
Nixall®, a leading equine health product, partners with The Thoroughbred Racing Dudes for the Retired Racehorse Project

Springfield, MO - Nixall, the leading equine health product with a natural Vet Response line, announced today they have partnered with The Thoroughbred Racing Dues to benefit the Retired Racehorse Project (RRP). RRP is a project dedicated to the makeover of retired racehorses.

“Sustaining the life and health of these tremendous athletes is just a natural extension of our commitment to Animal Wellness here at Nixall®,” said Cap Briant, CEO of Nixall.

Jan 24, 2016, 15:10

Horse Health
Winter Horse Health – 8 Mistakes to Avoid By Julie Goodnight
Winter Horse Health – 8 Mistakes to Avoid
By Julie Goodnight

Ensure your horse stays well during the cold weather by using common sense and avoiding these winter horse health mistakes!

1 - Not keeping fresh water available at ALL times. Snow and ice are no substitute for clean, fresh drinking water, and proper hydration is critical for winter horse health and helping horses avoid impaction colic. Invest in (safe) heated water buckets or tank heaters if freezing over is a frequent problem.

Jan 24, 2016, 14:50

Horse Health
Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine names Dr. Luis Schang new head of Baker Institute
Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine names Dr. Luis Schang new head of Baker Institute

ITHACA, NY-Dr. Luis M. Schang, a virologist at the University of Alberta, will be the next Director of the Baker Institute for Animal Health and Cornell Feline Health Center in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. Dr. Schang’s appointment becomes effective August 1, 2016.

Currently a Professor of Biochemistry with a cross-appointment in the Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Dr. Schang studies the roles of cellular proteins, lipids, and glycans in viral infection, replication, and pathogenesis with an interest in finding new therapeutics against infectious disease. His recent work focuses on the entry of extracellular virions into cells. Current antiviral drugs that target this process are subject to limitations, including prompt selection for drug-resistant virus variants. Dr. Schang has identified a novel family of viral entry inhibitors called RAFIs (Rigid Amphipathic Fusion Inhibitors) which are not subject to such limitations, and which show promise as a basis for new antiviral drugs. Dr. Schang’s work has also raised the possibility of inhibiting a variety of human and animal viruses with a single drug.

Jan 24, 2016, 14:36

Horse Health
The Precursor ― Subclinical Synovitis
The Precursor ― Subclinical Synovitis

Stiffness and lameness, clinical signs associated with osteoarthritis (OA),1 are all too common for performance horses. Synovitis, an inflammation of the joints, is one of the earliest changes in the joints of these athletic animals often related to repetitive trauma from training or performing. This could eventually lead to OA.1

But, the onset of synovitis may be occurring at a subclinical level – prior to horses showing signs.

Jan 24, 2016, 13:40

Horse Health
Ride the Winds: Travel for horses can cause illnesses
Ride the Winds: Travel for horses can cause illnesses
By Jill Barnes Nelson, Tehachapi News

Did you know that global air travel of horses is second only to that of people? The increased sophistication and economic importance of the equine industry have resulted in an increased demand for movement of horses for sale, competition or breeding. The result is diseases can arise in a single horse and spread to horses at distant locations.

You never know where a horse might have been before a show or event. Sometimes a shared water trough is enough to provide contact for a “bug.” It’s becoming increasingly important to make sure your show horse has the proper vaccines before going on the road.

Jan 24, 2016, 13:23

Horse Health
Four Reasons Why Your Horse Might Slow Down at the Feeder
Four Reasons Why Your Horse Might Slow Down at the Feeder
By Kentucky Equine Research Staff

Some horses wolf down concentrate meals with wild abandon, others grind grain casually, slow and steady in their consumption. What if your horse suddenly changes its eating speed, slowing down so much that it takes him hours to complete a single meal? What could be going on?

Horse owners should take changes in behavior seriously, and this holds true for eating habits.Assuming the feed smells and looks appetizing, it’s time to dig deeper for an answer.

Jan 23, 2016, 21:29

Horse Health
Alfalfa and the Insulin Resistant Horse — The True Story
Alfalfa and the Insulin Resistant Horse — The True Story

By Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D.
Alfalfa can be an excellent addition to most horses’ diets, even for those who are insulin resistant (IR). I often recommend feeding it because it boosts the overall protein quality of a grass-hay diet and, in general, enhances the horse’s muscle tone, immune system, and overall health. But some people just don’t want to feed alfalfa; they believe it causes laminitis. And after years of working with horses, it appears that it may, in fact, lead to laminitis in some horses. I found this to be very puzzling since alfalfa is low in sugar and starch, even lower than most grass hays. Its high protein content, however, makes it more caloric, which can be a problem for IR horses who need to lose weight. But I always included some, albeit a small amount.

Jan 23, 2016, 15:11

Horse Health
Equine Ophthalmologists Return Event Horse to Championship Competition
Equine Ophthalmologists Return Event Horse to Championship Competition

Chatwin back to competition

UC Davis equine ophthalmologists returned Chatwin to championship competition following a corneal laceration. (photo courtesy of Sherry Stewart)

VMTH "Case of the Month" -
After an all night drive returning from the March Copper Meadows event, rider and owner Frankie Thieriot turned out her champion three-day eventer horse Chatwin so he could stretch his legs after the long drive. Checking on him a few hours later, she noticed Chatwin had injured his eye, most likely by grazing a tree branch. Having dealt with eye injuries in a previous horse, Thieriot knew the severity of the injury and knew her 7-year-old gelding needed immediate care. She quickly texted a picture of the eye to veterinary ophthalmologist Dr. Rebecca Burwell and asked her where to take her horse.

Jan 1, 2016, 11:14

Horse Health
Equine Diseases Forum January 19-21, 2016
Equine Diseases Forum January 19-21, 2016
Denver, Colorado Co-hosted by USAHA and NIAA

Equine industry professionals including association leaders, veterinarians, regulatory animal health officials and horse owners are encouraged to attend this meeting in order to gain a better understanding of this issue. The goal is to collaborate to determine what areas can and need to be improved to advance equine health and avoid disease outbreaks.

Diseases to be discussed at this event include: equine herpesvirus 1, vesicular stomatitis, equine infectious anemia, strangles, pigeon fever, equine influenza, equine piroplasmosis and others.

Jan 1, 2016, 11:12

Horse Health
A Brand New Hoof By Don Gregory
A Brand New Hoof
By Don Gregory

Every living and normal horse will grow a new hoof in approximately the next 12 months. This means every horse will grow 1/12th of a new hoof in the next 30-days. Therefore, anyone who can see the possibility of improving this new growth at the coronet (the pre-hoof), using the coronet soaking technology using all-natural, all-purpose Hoof-Alive, which is both compatible with and beneficial to these growth tissues, can effectively grow a new and better hoof on any horse.

Jan 1, 2016, 10:42

Horse Health
CSU auction offers top American Quarter Horse sires, supports horse health
CSU auction offers top American Quarter Horse sires, supports horse health

Start your breeding plans.

Some of the country’s top American Quarter Horse sires are included in Colorado State University’s 17th annual Online Stallion Auction to benefit equine research. The auction runs Jan. 4-16 and is sponsored by CSU’s Equine Reproduction Laboratory and Orthopaedic Research Center.

Breedings with about 40 registered American Quarter Horse stallions are included in the service auction. Among them are top national winners in barrel racing, cow horse, cutting, ranch horse and reining competitions.

Dec 31, 2015, 14:28

Horse Health
Jaguar Animal Health Announces Positive Results in University Pilot Safety Study of Crofelemer in Horses
Jaguar Animal Health Announces Positive Results in University Pilot Safety Study of Crofelemer in Horses

Study is First Step in Jaguar's Development Program for a Crofelemer Drug Product Candidate for Treatment of Diarrhea Associated with Acute Colitis in Horses

San Francisco, CA : Jaguar Animal Health, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAGX) ("Jaguar" or the "Company"), an animal health company focused on developing and commercializing first-in-class gastrointestinal products for companion and production animals, and horses, announced positive results today for a pilot safety study it initiated earlier this month in conjunction with Louisiana State University to evaluate use of crofelemer in horses. Crofelemer is an active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) isolated and purified from the Croton lechleri tree, which is sustainably harvested.

Dec 27, 2015, 17:21

Horse Health
Supplementing the Supplemented Feed By Dr. Juliet M. Getty
Supplementing the Supplemented Feed
By Dr. Juliet M. Getty

“For an adult horse with moderate activity, feed .75 to 1.0 lbs per 100 lbs of body weight.” These are the feeding instructions for a popular commercially fortified feed. If your horse weighs 1100 lbs (500 kg), you’ll need to feed 8.25 to 11 lbs of feed per day. For enough calories? Enough protein? Enough vitamins and minerals? Yes, to all of the above and more. That’s a lot of feed! That could amount to three to five two-quart scoops (depending on the weight of the feed) per day. And you’ll need to divide it into multiple feedings since meal size should never exceed 4 lbs (your horse’s stomach is small compared to the rest of his digestive tract)

Dec 27, 2015, 16:45

Horse Health
What Comes First: The Hay or the Grain?
What Comes First: The Hay or the Grain?
Purina study indicates feeding order can affect the rate of a horse¹s
nutritional intake.

Shoreview, Minn. - A Purina study has shown that feeding horses hay prior to grain (concentrate feed) can help slow their rate of intake. This can be an important management strategy for horses who are prone to rushing their meals and, as a result, are at greater risk of choking.

³It¹s long been thought that feeding hay prior to concentrate can help a horse slow its feed consumption,² said Dr. Mary Beth Gordon, director of equine research, Purina Animal Nutrition. ³However, some horses seem to gobble up their feed regardless of when they are fed hay. We wanted to test the hypothesis that feeding hay before grain can help slow intake.²

Dec 27, 2015, 16:14

Horse Health
Responding to Growing Demand Innovacyn Hires Melinda Mayfield, DVM, as Technical Services Veterinarian
Responding to Growing Demand Innovacyn Hires Melinda Mayfield, DVM, as Technical Services Veterinarian

Mayfield Will Provide Proven Leadership In Animal Health Markets

RIALTO, CA – Innovacyn, a leader in creating innovative medical devices and solutions for the animal health industry, announced they have hired Dr. Melinda Mayfield to the newly formed position of Technical Services Veterinarian. She will be an integral part of the Innovacyn team to develop scientific rationale for the optimal use of Innovacyn products in animal health.

Nov 30, 2015, 21:13

Horse Health
2015 Nobel Prize Winners Laid Groundwork for Animal-Health Breakthroughs
2015 Nobel Prize Winners Laid Groundwork for Animal-Health Breakthroughs

Avermectin discovery foundation for parasite control advancements from Merial
Duluth, Ga. – Dr. William C. Campbell and Dr. Satoshi Omura were awarded the prestigious 2015 Nobel Prize for Medicine for their discovery of avermectin. The active ingredient that revolutionized the animal-health industry and also led to the treatment of some of the most devastating parasitic diseases, including river blindness in humans. It also prevents heartworm disease in dogs.1

Originally developed for livestock, the ground-breaking discovery of avermectin led to the development of Merial products that have had a significant impact on the international food supply today.

Building on Campbell and Omura’s heritage, scientists at Merial created IVOMEC® (ivermectin), the first endectocide for both internal and external parasites in cattle. IVOMEC uses a modified version of avermectin called ivermectin. This advancement revolutionized the parasite control category, providing an opportunity to safely increase production of an important source of high-quality protein for a growing worldwide population. Another tribute to this molecule’s innovation is its amazing effectiveness even today after decades of use.

Nov 30, 2015, 21:02

Horse Health
Zoetis Introduces First Licensed Equine Leptospirosis Vaccine New LEPTO EQ INNOVATOR® helps protect horses from leptospirosis caused by L. pomona.
Zoetis Introduces First Licensed Equine Leptospirosis Vaccine
New LEPTO EQ INNOVATOR® helps protect horses from leptospirosis caused by L. pomona.

FLORHAM PARK, N.J.— Today Zoetis announced the introduction of LEPTO EQ INNOVATOR®, the first and only vaccine licensed for use in horses, six months of age or older, to aid in the prevention of leptospirosis caused by Leptospira interrogans serovar Pomona, known as L. pomona. A recent study supported by Zoetis showed 75% of healthy horses have been exposed to at least one leptospiral serovar.1 As clinical signs associated with leptospirosis are non-specific, disease in horses likely occurs more frequently than is diagnosed, and exposure to Leptospira may be more prevalent than was previously understood.

Nov 30, 2015, 20:46

Horse Health
What Every Horse Needs, Period.
What Every Horse Needs, Period.

Dr. Juliet Getty

By Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D.
The horse world is cluttered with feeds, supplements, and remedies all promising a better, “new and improved” horse. While many such products do in fact improve horses’ health and condition, there are certain basics that every horse needs, regardless of breed, age, condition, or purpose. Even seasonal or regional changes do not alter these foundational principles.

Nov 30, 2015, 20:12


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Todd Bergen Becomes National Reining Horse Association Newest Two Million Dollar Rider
$10,000.00 Reward offered by the Reining by the Bay
National Reining Horse Association Awards Banquet & Hall of Fame Inductees Celebrated
National Reining Horse Association Derby Non Pro Champions and Prime Time Non Pro Champion
National Reining Horse Association Open Derby Champions
Jose Vazquez NRHA's Second Non Pro Million Dollar Rider
NRHA Announces-Oklahoma Issues New Livestock Entry Requirements
Baeck & Whizasunnysailor BB win the €10,000-added NRHA Open
APHA investing big bucks in the Paint World Show
The 2015 National Reining Horse Association European Open Futurity Has an Excellent Start
Rodeos
Danny Custer - A Life Legacy
Elite Rodeo Athletes Announce FOX Sports Deal
Polaris RANGER Becomes National Sponsor of PRCA ProRodeo
Bownds takes down defending champ by $123
News & notes from the rodeo trail
Wood rock solid in San Antonio
Learmont earns career-defining win in San Antonio
Sundell breaks arena record to win San Angelo
California Rodeo News
News & notes from the rodeo trail, Feb.9
Silcox taking southern route back to WNFR
News & notes from the rodeo trail, Feb. 17
Breding widens his world standings lead
Sanderson, Bertus weekend’s top earners
Sanderson, Bertus weekend’s top earners
Mote returns to top in Denver after 12-year wait
Something old, something new a perfect match
FORD TRUCKS SIGNS MULTI-YEAR AGREEMENT WITH THE PBR LEADING 10 OTHER PARTNERSHIP RENEWALS IN 2015
GAY, PALERMO TRYING TO SNAP OUT OF EARLY STRUGGLES
ALVES' RECORD STREAK COMES TO AN END
Roping
Smith Shoots to Top of Standings with Wildfire Roping Success
Showgrounds
JUNE EVENTS SCHEDULE AT SOUTH POINT HOTEL, CASINO & SPA
Style
Perfect for the Holidays: Western inspired fashion by Union of Angels
Texas
Brawley Farms Relocates to Stunning Double Oak Facility Successful Show Season Highlighted by a Move
Dual Peppy should be retired to CT Babcock and Babcock Ranch
The 2015 Legacy Sale- October 16 & 17, 2015
America's Horse in Art Show and Sale
Extreme Mustang Makeover -Fort Worth Style September 10-12, 2015
TAHC Passes Rules at June Commission Meeting
TAHC Releases All Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) Quarantines in Texas
National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Honoree Reunion to Highlight 40th Induction Anniversary Celebration
Vesicular Stomatitis Update
Second Case of Vesicular Stomatitis in Texas Detected in Horses in Reeves County
Texas Animal Health Commission Awarded Outstanding Achievement Award for Horseback Team
Texas SB1522 National Day of the Cowboy update
GEORGE DUCAS PENS EXCLUSIVE THEME SONG FOR THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW AND RODEO™
Celebrate AQHA's 75th anniversary at the 2015 AQHA Convention in Fort Worth.
Ranch Rally 2015
Learn the Method at the Ranch with Clinton! 2015 Clinics announced!
Trail Riding
Distance Riding Extravaganza in Reno
Richardson and SMR Filouette Win 2015 Tevis Cup
A True Dark Horse Wins!
Swiss Mocha, NATRC’s Tenth Horse Hall of Fame Inductee
National Forest Trail Bill Introduced
Western
MAKE ROOM FOR A HORSE IN YOUR HEART!
Who's Who!
SUPERVISOR CLINT HICKMAN ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE MARICOPA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
In Memoriam: Spruce Meadows founder, Ron Southern (CAN), 1930-2016
Helena "Lana" DuPont Wright Awarded 2015 USEF Lifetime Achievement Award
True horsemanship is way more than riding! By Pat Parelli
In Memoriam: Leon Melchior (BEL), 1926-2015
Russ Lyon | Sotheby’s International Realty To Host Sotheby's CEO at Regional Networking Event
In Memoriam: Fritz O. Widmer (SUI), 1922-2015
Eleven-Time World Champion Barrel Racer Charmayne James Is a TheraPlate Brand Ambassador
Jacobs joins Purina Animal Nutrition equine team
Equestrian Sport Productions Names Event in Memory of Lloyd Landkamer
Horsewoman and Country Music Legend Lynn Anderson
Historical Head to Head at RTTH 2016 as Anderson faces Dowers
John Gomez elected to National Hispanic Council
Wyatt Fisher Wins 2015 National High School Rodeo Reined Cow Horse Championship
Cade McCutcheon Wins NRHA Non Pro Derby aboard Custom Made Gun at Age 15
2015 NRHyA Contest Results
Gayle Ecker Receives Prestigious 2015 Equine Industry Vision Award Lifelong equine wellness educator honored for leadership and innovation
AQHA Recognizes Outstanding Volunteer
AQHA President Recognized by State of Texas
Two for two: Colorado State University veterinary leaders land national honors
Cowhorse-Cutting
Sherri Gilkerson Memorial April 29, 30, & May 1, 2016 has moved to Horseshoe Park, Queen Creek AZ
Judging the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity By Al Dunning
NRCHA Hackamore Classic and NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity to be held together in 2016
Important NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Deadline Reminder
National Stock Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity, Derby & World's Richest Stock Horse
CD Dee Vee Dee and Jay McLaughlin Win $50,000-added CD Survivor Memorial Bridle Spectacular in Paso Robles
Sneak Peek! 2015 Ward Ranch Raffle Filly
Two Riders Share High Score in Derby Herd Prelims
Derby Open finalists named; Hickory Holly Time & Kelby Phillips lead prelim composite
$10,000 Added Smart Boons Fence Challenge at NRCHA Stakes
Corey Cushing Wins 2015 World's Greatest Horseman Title
FEI appoints Endurance Independent Governance Advisors
NRCHA Board of Directors Election Results
The National Reined Cow Horse Association joins Alliance Partner AQHA in the Cowtown Showdown
World
FEI celebrated in Creative Sports Awards
It is a filly! In the Lipizzaner Stud Farm of Piber, the first foal of 2016 saw the light of day.
Triple Crown winner American Pharoah voted world's top horse
USEF Announces CEO Departure and Interim CEO Appointment
equitec continues its growth - with financial expansion to support
Olympic formats take centre stage at FEI General Assembly
FEI General Assembly concludes in Puerto Rico
Glitz, glamour and greatness! Honouring our Equestrian heroes…
International Horseball and University Sports Federations sign MOUs with FEI
Kimes Ranch Extends Brand Reach
“THE LOGO GUY"
Bahrain steals the show with double-gold and 100% completion rate by Berry Pattison
South African horse tests positive for prohibited substance
Carly Rae Jepsen performed at Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Final 2015
In Memoriam: Johannes "Hansi" Wallmeier (GER), 1942-2015
FEI Tribunal decision on Salahdin Du Lauragais case
The best riders in the world confirm their participation in CSIO Barcelona 2015
FEI President pushes Clean Sport message
FEI European Vaulting Championships Aachen 2015 Aachen (GER)
FEI - Equine surface experts from three continents reach footing consensus
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