Don’t Miss a Moment of WEG Tryon 2018 Health Coverage

Most of the health and veterinary coverage for WEG Tryon 2018 is being posted on EquiManagement's Facebook page. Brought to you by KindredBio.

Kimberly S. Brown

If you are interested in behind-the-scenes information about the care of the horses at the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) Tryon 2018, then you need to follow EquiManagement’s Facebook page (

For instance, co-head of treating veterinarians Dr. Anne Baskett informed EquiManagement that as a precaution due to the oncoming hurricane, some horses had been moved from one low-lying barn and a plan was in place to move other horses if winds or rain necessitated it.

For instance, did you know there are senior veterinary students from every vet school in North America and the Caribbean working at WEG? You can get to know them through our Facebook articles, photos and videos!

What is the job of a treating vet, an FEI vet or the USDA in protecting horses against piroplasmosis? These topics and more have been and will be covered on EquiManagement’s Facebook page daily during WEG.

Click here for complete health and veterinary aspects of #Tryon2018. Coverage of the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 is brought to you by KindredBio.

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