Exercise Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage (EIPH)
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by The Horse Staff | Dec 20, 2022
Use this visual guide to learn about lower respiratory problems that can affect your horse.Read More
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by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Nov 5, 2022
A wide range of conditions can cause poor performance, but many cases circle back to lameness with a behavioral component.Read More
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by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Oct 28, 2022
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EIPH in Horses: What You Need To Know
by Erica Larson | Mar 29, 2022
Bleeding in the lungs is common in horses performing maximally, and researchers are learning more about why.Read More
The Nose Knows: What Equine Nasal Discharge Tells Us
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Apr 6, 2021
Any nasal drainage can be an important indicator of a horse’s health and can even herald an emergency. We’ll take you through 6 snotty nose scenarios and possible causes.Read More
Coalition Puts Plans in Place to Ban Race-Day Medications in Thoroughbreds
by Edited Press Release | Apr 18, 2019
Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, 2-year-olds would be prohibited from receiving furosemide within 24 hours of a race at coalition tracks. Beginning in 2021, the same prohibition would extend to all horses participating in any stakes race.Read More
Study: 50% of Barrel Racing Horses Could Experience EIPH
by Katie Navarra | Jun 13, 2018
At this time there’s no evidence that EIPH affects barrel racing horses’ performance, but more research on the topic is needed, scientists say.Read More
Commentary: To Medicate or Not to Medicate Thoroughbred Racehorses?
by World Equine Veterinary Association | May 31, 2018
It’s the question that always ignites a fierce debate in the racing world: Should people be able to race Thoroughbreds under the influence of therapeutic medication?Read More
Diagnosing Respiratory Problems in Sport Horses
by Erica Larson | Apr 29, 2018
Veterinarians have tools at their disposal, ranging from imaging to sample analysis, that can help pinpoint the cause of respiratory problems in sport horses.Read More
How Pulmonary Disease Impacts Equine Performance
by Erica Larson | Apr 3, 2018
Understanding how pulmonary disease impacts performance can help veterinarians diagnose and treat issues that could be impairing horses’ athleticism.Read More
Researchers Investigate Pre-Race-Day Preventive Therapies for EIPH
by Clair Thunes, PhD | Mar 30, 2018
Researchers are working to find other potential race-day therapies that can be used to manage EIPH if proposed legislation banning race-day furosemide use in the U.S. is passed.Read More
Transitioning Thoroughbreds From Racing to New Careers
by The Horse Staff | Jan 11, 2018
Learn about keeping OTTBs healthy and happy as they move into new disciplines. We’ll cover feeding, vet care, handling, and more!Read More