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There's nothing appealing about this seasonal skin condition. Here's what experts know about managing, treating, and preventing sweet itch in horses. The post Sweet Itch: Itching for a Cure appeared first on The Horse.
Researchers believe breeding two white-spotted donkeys could lead to embryonic loss, fetal abortion, or the death of a young foal. The post In Donkeys, Breeding White With White Could Be Lethal appeared first on The Horse.
Insect bite hypersensitivity is a lifelong condition and affected horses will always need management and/or therapy. But often a patient can be clinical-sign-free with low exposure to inciting antigens. The post Insect Bite Hypersensitivity in Horses appeared first on The Horse.
Dr. Scott Stanley of the University of Kentucky describes the challenges conventional drug testing presents and a potential biomarker-based solution. The post Equine Innovators: Drug Testing in Racing and Competition appeared first on The Horse.
Medina Spirit’s Kentucky Derby win remains in question after a postrace blood test indicated the presence of a prohibited corticosteroid. The colt’s Derby win marked the seventh for trainer Bob Baffert. The post Kentucky Derby Winner Tests Positive for Betamethasone appeared first on The Horse.
In horses, guttural pouches can be the source of various bacterial and fungal infections. A veterinarian explains how empyema, chondroids, mycosis, and other conditions can afflict these structures. The post Equine Guttural Pouch Infections appeared first on The Horse.