Equine Medicine

Study links bone loss to proximal sesamoid fractures in racehorses

Results of this retrospective study of California racehorses may mean that one day this type of fracture can be prevented.

First cloned Przewalski’s horse brings hope for species revival

The colt, born at a Texas veterinary hospital, sheds light on the importance of genetic rescue of endangered wildlife species.

Churchill Downs unveils triage center at Louisville track

When an injury or illness occurs during training, racing, or within the barn area, the new Churchill Downs Equine Medical Triage Center is designed for immediate 24/7 treatment.

Quiet, please!

When a client won’t stop talking for long enough to allow you complete your diagnostic evaluation, sometimes you have to resort to strange measures.

Update: AAEP parasite control guidelines

This succinct review of equine internal parasite control measures reflects modern strategies now in place to reduce development of resistance.

The lesser known equine herpesviruses

I got a positive for EHV-2 and EHV-5 on a nasal swab. What does that mean?