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AAEP Convention Topics Preview: Predicting Performance

If only we could accurately predict a horse’s future athletic performance, we’d know which horses on which to spend our fortunes. Many early factors in estimating a yearling’s potential have been proven correct, others false, and there’s many fo

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AAEP Convention Topics Preview: Reproduction

The latest information on scores of topics is presented at the AAEP convention; we can’t report on them all, but we do try to bring you a representative sampling. This year, many of the topics can be grouped into five categories: fighting

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AAEP Convention Preview: Hands-On Learning

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AAEP Convention Preview: Professional Development

Are you sometimes worried that your veterinarian will break down before your horse? Stress is a common problem in the lifestyle that goes along with treating animals while traveling long distances. Besides the stress of doing a good job and

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AAEP Convention Preview: State-of-the-Art Topic

Milne Lecture Features 3-D Anatomy Software

The Frank J. Milne Lecture is named for AAEP past president and distinguished life member Frank J. Milne. Each year, the lecture focuses on subjects and techniques considered

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AAEP Convention Preview: Membership Forums Open Again

Last year, the AAEP membership forums were closed to all non-AAEP members. This year, these forums have returned to their format of previous years, which featured an open session for 90 minutes at the start of the forum followed by a sessio

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AAEP Convention Topics Preview: Fighting Infection

The latest information on scores of topics is presented at the AAEP convention; we can’t report on them all, but we do try to bring you a representative sampling. This year, many of the topics can be grouped into five categories: fighting

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AAEP Names Tom Lenz New Vice President

Thomas R. Lenz, DVM, MS, has been named the 2001 vice president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners.  The appointment was announced in August during the AAEP Board of Directors meeting in Gleneden Beach, Ore.  He will

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Gary L. Carpenter to Receive AAEP Stubbs Award

Executive vice president and executive director of The Jockey Club Gary L. Carpenter has been selected as the 2000 recipient of the George Stubbs Award, presented by the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP).  The award

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AAEP Honors Two With New Service Award

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) has named R. Bruce Hollett, DVM, MS, and Mrs. Lucy Kester as the recipients of its first-ever Distinguished Service Award.  The honor recognizes individuals who have provided exemplary

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Three To Be Honored As AAEP Distinguished Life Members

Three past presidents of the American Association of Equine Practitioners will be honored with the group’s 2000 Distinguished Life Member award.  James Coffman, DVM, Gary Lavin, VMD, and Robert Shideler, DVM, will be recognized for their

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AAEP 1999: Purchase Exam Forum

Governance changes brought about a new procedure at the 1999 American Association of Equine Practitioner’s Convention held in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A forum replaced the committee format from previous years. The forum exists to provide everyon

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