Muscle and Joint Problems

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Feeding Horses Prone to Tying-Up

Tying-up is a painful muscle condition in horses. An equine nutritionist offers advice on how to balance your horse’s diet to decrease the likelihood of an episode.

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The Incredible Equine Neck

Find out how your horse can hurt his neck, risks for injury and disease, and associated therapies, so you can give your horse the best chance for a strong neck and an athletic future.

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Health Care for Western Performance Horses

Knowing how to select the perfect mount, train and condition him properly, and manage his health so he’ll deliver his best in the show pen is how champion riders of reiners, cutters, and rodeo sports succeed.

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Equine Meniscal Injuries

Equine meniscal injuries can cause severe pain and lameness, but if diagnosed and treated properly many horses can return to work.

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