Day 1 Recap: Regulatory Vet Continuing Education

A cooperative spirit permeated Day 1 of the inaugural Regulatory/Official Veterinary Continuing Education conference (#RegVetCE) as a capacity group of 61 attendees – representing more than 100 racetracks worldwide – gathered at Keeneland to trade ideas and emphasize the importance of formal information sharing between jurisdictions. The two-day continuing education conference for regulatory and official racetrack veterinarians,

Foundation Authorizes Two Lasix Studies: The Blood-Horse 9/15/15

By Blood-Horse Staff Two research projects designed to study the impact of furosemide on exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage will be conducted on behalf of the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation, the organization said Sept. 15. The studies will examine the pathophysiology of EIPH, or bleeding in horses' lungs. The condition is currently treated with furosemide, also known

Bramlage: Trainers Realize Lameness a Symptom: The Blood-Horse 7/8/15

RMTC By Frank Angst One of the reasons Dr. Larry Bramlage believes trainers are handling cases of lameness better than ever before is because they realize that rather than being the problem, it signals a problem. Bramlage, the renowned equine surgeon and partner at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, talked about that progress during a