Class 19 AHP EquiManagement WEG Entries

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These are the online articles in the series.

5 Essential Areas at the WEG Horse Hospital

Any veterinarian responsible for a show or horse event organizer can learn from the WEG Tryon 2018 equine hospital setup.

Post-Endurance Event Interview with Thomas R. Timmons, DVM

Thomas R. Timmons, DVM, President Vet Commission 3 – Endurance, answered questions about the WEG Tryon 2018 event.

Top Five Horse Management Tips During Heat and Humidity

Internal medicine specialist Dr. Sharon Spier shares equine management recommendations for hot and humid conditions.

Physical Therapy for Horses at WEG Tryon 2018

World-class physical therapy is available to the equine competitors at the World Equestrian Games.

Para-Dressage at WEG Tryon 2018

The abilities and passion of the riders in Para Dressage makes for a heart-warming and competitive event.

World-Class Farrier Care at WEG Tryon 2018

Besides the farriers that travel with some teams, there are hoof experts available to help farriers and horses at WEG Tryon 2018.

Q and A with KER, WEG Tryon 2018 Official Equine Nutritionist

Kentucky Equine Research (KER) has a history of feeding top horses at international competitions.

A Great Start for WEG Horse Care

Veterinary care for horses at the FEI WEG Tryon 2018 is receiving high praise.

For the Health and Welfare of the Horse

Drs. Emily Sandler-Burtness and Sonia Wittreck are happy to be serving the horses through Veterinary Commission 2 at the WEG Tryon 2018.

Q&A with Susan Johns, DVM, US Eventing Team Associate Veterinarian

At the WEG Tryon 2018, Dr. Susan Johns will accompany the US Event Team as the Land Rover US Eventing Team Associate Veterinarian.

Q&A With Dr. Cricket Russillo

Cricket Russillo, DVM, is the US Dressage Team Veterinarian and will be attending the team at FEI WEG Tryon 2018.

Q&A with Thomas R. Timmons, DVM

Join us for a glimpse into the preparations for the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 Endurance competition and the veterinarians who keep horses safe and healthy. Brought to you by KindredBio.

Dr. Paul Lunn on North Carolina’s WEG Preparedness

Equine professionals and organizations have rallied around the FEI WEG Tryon 2018 event to make it run as smoothly and safely as possible.

Equine Limb Sensitivity Inspection at #Tryon2018

Jumpers at #Tryon2018 will be subject to inspection for limb sensitivity through hands-on and thermographic examinations. This article is brought to you by KindredBio.

Q & A With Dr. Bill Hay

A volunteer WEG professional discusses the test events and general concerns about the Games. This article is brought to you by KindredBio.

USDA's #Tryon2018 Equine Piro Protection

USDA-APHIS has been in preparation mode for the WEG Tryon 2018 games for some time. Learn more about what is being done to protect horses from equine piroplasmosis-positive competitors. This article is brought to you by KindredBio

Treating Vets at FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018

Equine welfare and regulatory matters are top priorities among veterinary services providers at the #Tryon2018. This coverage is brought to you by KindredBio.

FEI, #Tryon2018 and New Rules That Affect Veterinarians

This year has brought—or will bring—many changes to the FEI rules governing international equine sports that affect veterinarians and their clients. EquiManagement and Kindred Bio will bring you behind-the-scenes health and veterinary news leading up to and during WEG Tryon 2018.

FEI Now Requires Cards for Equine Therapists

EquiManagement and partner KindredBio will be bringing you news and information leading up to and during the FEI WEG Tryon 2018.

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