Month: February 2019

15 Feb 2019
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Elite Equine and Monday Morning Disease (Tying-up)

What became known as Monday Morning Disease (‘tying-up’) is a condition that was first associated with work horses that enjoyed a day of rest and a regular grain ration on Sundays. Once they again took up their work the following morning, they began tying-up, which was evidenced by such symptoms as stiff muscles, cramping, unreasonable […]

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01 Feb 2019
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Elite Equine and Inflammation in Horses

According to Dr Michael Ball (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine): “Within every living cell (muscle, tendon, lung, bone, etc.), there is a biochemical and cellular time bomb waiting to go off — inflammation. However, it is to be noted that inflammation is a double-edged sword. More animals die from an inflammatory disease than all other disease […]

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