Prevalence Of Ownerreported Respiratory Disease In Pony Club Horses

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National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) 2016 Report prepared by

syndromes reported) with white line disease (pus in the foot) the most common single cause of foot lameness reported (10.4% of all lameness and 3.4% of all syndromes). Laminitis was commonly reported with a prevalence of 6.8% of all syndromes (20.7% of all lameness); 42% of laminitis cases were first episodes and 58% were repeat episodes.

The Contact - Nebraska Dressage

Greg Queal, who is the owner, and son of Sally Queal, enjoys nurturing new and intermediate riders in Horsemanship, Hunter Jumper, and a solid foundation in equitation. Greg trained with Sally Queal, Jan Mactier, the Cudmore and Urban families, along with the United States Pony Club. His focus with young riders is on safety and

Prevalence of and risk factors for equine obesity in G

community to challenge owner perceptions of their horse s weight and to equip them with the skills to effectively assess and manage the weight of horses under their care [2]. A survey of Pony Club members in Australia reported that 84% of participants perceived body condition to be a key issue relating to their horse s health [3].

National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) 2018 Data analysis

62% of horses were healthy (i.e. had no health problems recorded) and 38% of horses had one or more health problems recorded, compared to 59% & 41% in 2017, and 62% & 38% respectively in 2016. The most frequent general disease syndrome recorded was skin disease, accounting for one third of all problems reported.