Forageplus Horse Talk Newsletter No. 11: Understanding Endocrinopathic Laminitis, Lyme Disease in Horses, 5 Horse Riding Goals
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Understanding Endocrinopathic Laminitis
by Dr Jaini Clougher

Laminitis is a devastating condition that can wreak havoc with any horse. However, laminitis doesn’t always appear as the classic, rocked-back laminitic stance and bounding digital pulses.

Read this excellent article by veterinarian Dr. Jaini Clougher to understand more about laminitis, it's causes and management to help your horse recover.

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Lyme Disease in Horses by Dr Eleanor Kellon

Lyme disease is caused by infection with a spirochete bacterium called Borellia burgdorferi. Horses become infected if fed on by a tick carrying the organism. Transmitting ticks are black-legged ticks called deer ticks in eastern USA but other types of ticks and biting insects could also spread Lyme.

Lyme disease in horses can have many faces, this article seeks to inform you about what Lyme disease is and the many ways it can be manifested in your horse.

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Five Horse Riding Goals by Georges Dewez

How to ride better and develop the art of horse riding in harmony and balance with your horse is a life time pursuit and goal for most riders.

Horse riding with poise and elegance requires skill, dedication and fitness. The illusion of doing nothing whilst doing everything is the holy grail. In this article Georges Dewez gives you five tips to reach this goal.

 
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