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Romans’ Derby And Oaks Trainees Enjoying ‘Good Vibrations’

With scrutiny of medications in racehorses at an all-time high, it’s no wonder that some trainers are turning to alternative therapies to keep their charges in tip-top shape. One such proponent of thinking outside the box is trainer Dale Romans, who conditions Kentucky Derby-bound Keen Ice and Kentucky Oaks contender Birdatthewire. While Romans has no […]

New ‘Open-Toed’ Shoeing Technique Could Correct Hoof Problems, Shift Paradigms

Dr. Johanna Reimer has developed a unique horse shoeing technique for use on her own horses that could have a significant impact on equine comfort. Reimer, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and board certified  veterinarian in cardiology (all species) and large animal internal medicine, has over 25 years of […]

Hay Forecasts Bleak As Unprecedented Drought Predicted

The worst drought of the past 1,000 years is predicted to hit the Southwest and Central Plains in the coming decades, according to a NASA study out earlier this year, ravaging all or part of 17 states from California to Louisiana to Minnesota. According to multiple drought projection models, both regions are set to experience […]

What Happened Here? Causes of Feed Contamination

Cases of equine feed contamination have made national headlines in the last few months, many of them with deadly consequences. Beginning in Florida, where 22 horses were poisoned by monensin-contaminated feed from Lakeland Animal Nutrition, and most recently in South Carolina, where three horses were supposedly poisoned by ADM Alliance Nutrition, feed and concerns for […]