New Tree Bark Extract Shows Promise In Fight Against Equine Melanoma

Melanomas in horses are tricky to treat: most available therapies are inefficient or challenging to use. A new therapy may be on the horizon: an acid extracted from the bark of plane and birch trees could possibly be made into a cream that would be used topically to treat equine melanomas. A naturally occurring triterpenoid […]

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UC Davis Study: Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome Not Associated With Catastrophic Breakdown In Thoroughbreds

Researchers at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine have published the results of a study that investigated the frequency of the Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome (WFFS) mutation in Thoroughbreds. The study demonstrated that the WFFS mutation is not a genetic risk factor for catastrophic breakdown and is only present at a very low frequency […]

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Soothe His Skin: Equine Sun Protection Options

Horses with pink skin on any area of their body are prone to sunburn, but around the eyes and around the muzzle tend to be the most-commonly affected areas. However, photosensitivity in horses can also cause a sunburn-like reaction, reports The Horse. Sunburned horses will have skin that is dark pink or red, as well […]

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Cavalor North America Launches New Improved Line Of Cavalor Care Products

Cavalor is pleased to announce the new and improved lineup of their popular horse care products. This brand is highly regarded amongst high performance horse owners/riders and it continues its mission to provide top-quality, specialized products that are assured to produce the results promised. The Cavalor care line has undergone a complete transformation with chic […]

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