Developmental issues in a foal can affect their racing career. Some issues will be fixed in time, but others might require surgical intervention.
First used on humans, shock wave therapy is controversial but proving to be a popular treatment for tendon, ligament and many other injuries in racehorses.
Updates on equine research across Canada from stem cells, sudden-death syndrome, proud flesh and other pertinent racehorse ailments.
The anti-bleeding medication furosemide is used to treat bleeders in most racing jurisdictions in North America but what happens if the drug is, one day, limited or banned?
Dr. Tracey Chenier and Dr. Elizabeth Scholtz at the Ontario Veterinary College at Guelph discuss some of the current research topics in broodmare health.
Recent advancements in veterinary medicine have highlighted a niche for services offered and professionals trained in equine rehabilitation and therapy.