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Dehydration

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STEVE: Dehydration in a horse is a fairly subtle situation, early on. Most people don’t even notice it. But if gone unchecked or unnoticed for a long period of time, it can become a very, very serious situation for the … Continue reading

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Observe Attitude

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STEVE: Evaluating a horse’s attitude is something you should be doing routinely anyway. Because what you see is their normal occurrence or appearance and what their normal routine is and how they respond to you and how they are in … Continue reading

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Elevated Temperature

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STEVE: An elevated temp, depending on the amount of elevation you know, with the race horses, we were really really attentive, that we, you know, most outfits I worked with took temps at least twice a day, some more when … Continue reading

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