USRider, EquiManagement Bring You Horse Health on the Road Week 

Catch up on recent research about the potential effects of trailering on horse health during this awareness week brought to you by USRider.
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Whether traveling for events, recreation, or veterinary appointments, horses often need to ride in trailers. Despite being a normal aspect of equine husbandry, trailering can present various health challenges for your clients’ horses, from stress to gastrointestinal issues to dehydration.  

For Horse Health on the Road Week, starting June 17, 2024, USRider has partnered with EquiManagement to highlight recent research about transport’s effects on horses so veterinarians can better help clients keep their horses safe while traveling. Research topics include stress and immune responses to trailering, leaky gut syndrome, bicarbonate concentrations after trailering, and more.  

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