“It is a breakthrough therapy which is highly promising.” – lead researcher.
Swedish findings challenge modern equine orthopedic literature.
Prevention shows promise in fending off joint issues.
Dutch studies shows magnesium can reduce osteochondrosis.
British study also found that 37 percent of the riders sat crookedly.
Results of therapy said to be encouraging so far.
Pole work helps activate and strengthen flexor musculature.
Review finds risk is small, provided preparations are adequate.
British researchers uncover genetic predisposition in some horses.
“We thought arthritis would easily be the most common cause.”
Joint disease revealed as a major syndrome affecting British horses.
Sensor-based system objectively assesses lameness in horses.
Study looked at 30,741 endurance starts from 100-160km over four years.