07/10/2019

Something in the way you move: EVJ publishes gait analysis virtual collection

Photo Credit: Dr. Constanza Gómez Álvarez and Professor René van Weeren Current research shows that equine gait analysis has many practical applications beyond lameness assessment, to help support and improve equine health and performance. The Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) is giving equine vets access to the latest knowledge on equine locomotion with the online publication […]

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04/10/2019

SPILLERS™ funds PhD student to advance laminitis research

SPILLERS™, via the brand’s science arm THE WALTHAM™ Equine Studies Group, is assisting with funding a PhD student to support research into evidence-based biomarkers to help identify animals at risk of developing pasture-associated laminitis. Ultimately the researchers hope the work will improve animal welfare by allowing for timely preventative interventions. Ashley Ward, who was appointed […]

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30/09/2019

HorseDialog Sponsors Current Eventing World Champion Ros Canter

Image shows Ros Canter competing at a showjumping evet

Ros AllstarB ©MannersMedia Zoetis Inc. today announced that their media channel HorseDialog is proud sponsor of World Equestrian Games Gold Medallist Ros Canter. The sponsorship centres around Ros presenting an exciting series of practical videos, sharing her tips and advice on riding and horse care. The short informative clips, to be rolled out on social […]

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30/09/2019

SPILLERS™ launches low starch, molasses free cube as part of a new and improved conditioning range

Image shows a pack of Spillers conditioning mix which is a dark green packet with a blue diamond banner on the front

SPILLERS™ has listened to feedback from horse owners and in response has introduced a new low starch, molasses free conditioning cube and a reduced starch conditioning mix.  SPILLERS is supporting retailers with the new product launch by running a special consumer promotion; your customers can benefit from £2 off each bag, while stocks last on […]

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25/09/2019

Weight management key to laminitis control say vets at BEVA Congress

photo shows a horse at Redwings Horse Sanctuary

Veterinary experts at BEVA congress stressed that weight loss, diet and management changes to thwart obesity, are the best weapons in the battle to prevent laminitis. Laminitis is one of the most common conditions treated by equine vets but, despite continuing research much about the condition, including exact links with endocrinopathic disease, remains unclear. At […]

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