Caring for Senior Horses

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Thanks to improved nutrition, farriery, dentistry, and veterinary care, horses are living longer, healthier lives and are more active into their senior years. This is largely due to an increased awareness that older horses require special attention. Find out what your elderly horse needs to stay healthy in his golden years.

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