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Horses Health

Do horses require dental care, just like humans?
What measures after work do we use to help preserve your horse’s short and long-term soundness?
Magnetic resonance imaging has moved into the equine veterinarian's range of diagnostic resources, offering a whole new insight into identifying and treating injuries and ailments. What exactly is MRI?
Learn about the benefits of shock wave therapy in horses
Lameness is the most common reason for forced time out of work for horses. Learn how nerve blocks help identify the problem.
Have you ever heard a horse whistling/roaring whilst galloping? Learn more about it here!
Check out our latest video featuring our superior farriers West City Forge!
Watch our latest video on YouTube explaining the Equi-Stim Leg Saver!
At Matthew Smith Racing, the welfare of your horse comes first & that's why we use professionals to work out all them niggles!
Gastric Ulcers are an ongoing problem in racehorses. Let's have a closer look at them!
Equine chiropractic care is a rapidly emerging field among veterinarians due to increasing demand from horse owners for alternative therapies.
Upper airway abnormalities are common causes for poor performance in the equine athlete. Racehorses are not the only equine athletes that suffer performance problems related to upper airway problems. Horses of all breeds and disciplines can be and are affected with upper respiratory problems.
Acupuncture is probably the most widely known aspect of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) in Western societies.
In order to keep your racehorse sound it is imperative that his feet are managed correctly.
Why correct horse identification is so important
Optimal nutrition is essential for working horses to perform to their potential. Click through to read more...
Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) is a term used to describe damage to the stomach and first portion of the small intestine (duodenum).
In the highly competitive equine industry having the edge is having your horse feel its best when going into compete.
Corrective shoeing is essential in establishing & maintaining a successful racehorse.
There are three types of equine joints: synovial, fibrous, and cartilaginous. Click through to read more...
Cardiac disease is thought to be the third-most-common cause of “poor performance” in athletic horses-For more information please click through
Learn about how your horses digestive system works. Click through for more information

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