NexHA Brings You Senior Horse Joint Care Awareness Week

Discover the importance of giving special attention to senior horses’ joints during Senior Horse Joint Care Awareness Week, sponsored by NexHA.
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Senior horses might need specialized management to keep their joints healthy as they age. | Anne M. Eberhardt/ The Horse

Maintaining joint health is important at all stages of your horse’s life, but he might need special considerations during his senior years. Osteoarthritis can affect horses in obvious ways, such as lameness, but sometimes the signs of arthritis are subtle. Understanding how to recognize the signs of osteoarthritis can help you and your veterinarian develop a treatment and management plan that will keep him comfortable throughout his golden years. 

To help horse owners better understand senior horse joint care, NexHA has partnered with TheHorse.com for Senior Horse Joint Care Awareness Week, starting May 28, 2024.  

Look for competition horse management content all week on TheHorse.com, our Facebook page, and in our e-newsletters.   

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