Jacqueline Matthews explores measures to prevent or manage parasitic worms in young horses, with possible treatment options.23 mins
Celia Marr looks at the latest information surrounding diseases affecting equines and available analgesic options.
David Rendle discusses the risk factors and methods of prevention for this condition, which mainly affects performance horses.
Laura Quiney and Sue Dyson explore methods of managing and training horses for competition and how to avoid stress, tension and obesity.44 mins
Madeleine Campbell explores lack of libido in stallions, the common clinical presentations and possible management methods.
Alex Draper discusses life on the road as an equine vet – and how attending a speeding course was a huge personal wake-up call.
Annamaria Nagy and Sue Dyson investigate some of the advances in diagnostic imaging in horses using studies on techniques to discover injuries.
Suzanne Rogers reports on the results and feedback from a questionnaire with owners at the annual event held in Cumbria.
Laura Quiney and Sue Dyson consider the challenges of identifying the sources of pain causing lameness and poor performance in horses.50 mins
Celia Marr describes methods of treating the virus and spotting the clinical signs.
The global nature of the equine industry makes it vital to consider the constant risk of notifiable exotic diseases. Josh Slater lists those relevant to the UK and emphasises the importance of awareness and risk-based biosecurity.
Patrick Pollock discusses a development in equine veterinary medicine that has led to a fundamental change in understanding the airway – both in terms of health and disease.22 mins
David Rendle, Richard Newton and Debra Elton discuss equine influenza, including strain divergence, past outbreaks, its effects and the importance of surveillance and up-to-date vaccinations.
David Rendle advises on various marketing and financial benefits regarding responsible anthelmintic use in equine practice, to ensure it is a worthwhile venture.
Vicki Nicholls discusses this common occurrence in equine dental practice, why it happens and ways to manage it.
Jonathon Dixon explains the importance and value of diagnostic imaging as a tool for managing joint issues in horses.20 mins
Distal limb wound healing in horses is well known for being problematic, prolonged and expensive. Sarah Boys Smith considers two simple graft techniques achievable in standing, sedated patients.
Common diseases are common, but, as Gayle Hallowell explains, "zebra"-type cardiac conditions do occur – and can be diagnosed using a care-based approach.
Despite the introduction of advanced endodontic procedures to equine dentistry, extraction of severely diseased teeth is still appropriate and essential – and Tim Barnett says it will likely remain so.