Hagyard Equine Medical

Hagyard, Veterinarians Named In Radiograph Suit File Motion To Dismiss

Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, along with four individual veterinarians employed by the practice, have filed motions to dismiss the latest civil suit against them, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader. Earlier this year, Keeneland customer Tom Swearingen sued Hagyard and four of its veterinarians, together with accounting/logistics company Dean Dorton Allen Ford and up to 100 […]

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Hagyard Pharmacy Introduces New Equine Pre and Probiotic Product, REVYVE

Hagyard Pharmacy introduced the newest addition to its RESOLVET line of equine products on December 1st, during the 2018 AAEP Convention in San Francisco, CA. The new product, REVYVE, is a pre- and probiotic designed to maintain gastrointestinal (GI) health during periods of antibiotic use and recovery from a variety of GI ailments. “Like the […]

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Hagyard Veterinarian Interview Reveals Questions About Manipulated X-Rays, Radiograph Reports

As the Kentucky Board of Veterinary Examiners (KBVE) considers what its next steps will be in the case of a dozen veterinarians who self-reported for modifying dates on radiographs, one surgeon’s testimony before the board raises questions about the practice of vetting horses at sale. Earlier this year, 12 veterinarians at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute […]

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Large Animal Rescue Training Imperative For First Responders In The Bluegrass

A core tenet of the Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) is its dedication to the protection of the state’s equine community and its horses. The organization has multiple programs in place to act as safety nets for horses in the state of Kentucky, but one opportunity in particular focuses on strategic teamwork to preserve the safety […]

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Hagyard Equine Medical Institute Opens Real-Time PCR Lab

Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, the oldest and one of the largest private equine veterinary facilities in the world is proud to announce the opening of their new real-time PCR Laboratory. Real-time PCR is more sensitive, specific, and reliable than conventional PCR. Results can be relayed in a matter of hours instead of days. “Being able […]

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Kentucky Equine Education Project’s Conference Set To Become Annual Event

Now that the Kentucky Equine Education Project’s first KEEP Equine Industry Conference is in the books, plans are in the works to make it an annual event for the commonwealth’s multi-breed horse industry. At total of 156 people registered for the conference Tuesday at the Embassy Suites hotel. The four panel discussions featured speakers working […]

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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: Hagyard Introduces The Pensioners’ Club

Ever wonder what happens to our favorite celebrity Thoroughbreds, or their parents, once they retire from not only racing, but breeding? Unless they retire to a highly visible farm like Old Friends, it can be hard to track them down. Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Ky., one of the largest equine veterinary practices in […]

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The Difference Between Tranquilizers and Sedatives

There are many scenarios in which horse may need pharmacological help to take the edge off, whether it’s during a procedure, while on stall rest, or if they have a behavioral problem. Many people, however, don’t fully understand the difference between the three categories of drugs. While sedatives, such as Rompun or Dormosedan, will make a […]

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