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Rave Reviews For TheHorsePortal.ca

September 16, 2020:

Equine Guelph has announced that its new online courses on TheHorsePortal.ca have received 100 per cent positive feedback....read on

Fuelling Wellness Symposium A Hit!

September 10, 2020:

Equine and pet nutrition enthusiasts came together on August 15 to learn more about nutrition topics from experts around the world at the virtual Fuelling Wellness Symposium, co-hosted by Equine Guelph and the Canadian Academy of Veterinary Nutrition....read on

3-D Printing Research Creates Model Of Equine Neck For Veterinary Training

August 19, 2020:

Practice makes perfect, and veterinarians spend countless hours honing their skills in laboratories before graduating and applying that knowledge in the field. Anatomical models of the equine neck, created by 3-D printing, are revolutionizing how veterinary students and graduates will practice the precise placement required in ultrasound-guided injections....read on

Celebrate With Equine Guelph

August 12, 2020:

How time flies. Equine Guelph is currently celebrating 18 years of online studies. As it does, Equine Guelph is encouraging horsepeople to further increase their equine knowledge or take their business to the next level....read on

Kerrs Donate $100K To Equine Guelph

July 30, 2020:

A generous donation of $100,000 to Equine Guelph has been made by the Kerr family to establish an equine education and community outreach endowment....read on

Stem Cell Cryopreservation Discussed

July 27, 2020:

Cryopreservation is the next exciting stage of research in stem cell therapy. Dr. Thomas Koch and his team are working to preserve cartilage chips for long-term storage, which would enable off-the-shelf use to treat localized cartilage defects. Defects that very often shorten or end horses' athletic careers....read on

Fuelling Wellness Symposium

July 16, 2020:

Equine Guelph is co-hosting a one-day online symposium on August 15 where interested parties can learn more about horse nutrition from the comfort of their own home....read on

Innovative Research On Horse Lameness

June 12, 2020:

Could biologic therapies be the future for treating joint disease?...read on

Lameness Research And Prevention Tips With Dr. Judith Koenig

May 21, 2020:

Lameness is a huge focus for Dr. Judith Koenig as a clinician, researcher and instructor at the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC). Koenig is also a rider with a keen interest in helping grassroots riders and upcoming high-performance athletes. In the video that appears below, Dr. Koenig explains her current research endeavouring to heal tendon injuries faster and also takes some time to discuss about prevention....read on

Equine Guelph Courses Survey

April 16, 2020:

It has been announced that there is currently a survey that will allow Equine Guelph to know what additional courses participants are interested in taking while they are at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic....read on

Equine Guelph Lands Award

April 15, 2020:

The Equestrian Canada (EC) Health & Welfare Award recognizes an individual or organization that has contributed directly to the improvement of horse health and welfare in Canada through years of hard work and dedication, and Equine Guelph is the deserving recipient for 2019....read on

Equine Guelph Online Course Update

April 8, 2020:

Equine Guelph has announced that it is offering a special discounted rate for the upcoming offering of its Fire & Emergency Preparedness online course. In response to industry requests during the COVID-19 pandemic, recent updates to the course will address many horse caretaker and facility owner concerns....read on

Free Course: Horse Sickness Prevention

March 30, 2020:

It has been announced that Equine Guelph has opened up a free offering of its online Sickness Prevention in Horses course in response to the COVID-19 pandemic....read on

Equine Guelph Online Course Moved Up

March 19, 2020:

Equine Guelph has announced that it has moved up the start date and extended access for both the youth (13-17) and adult offerings of its Online Horse Behaviour and Safety Course....read on

Bits And Breathing In Horses

February 20, 2020:

Bits and breathing. Both words start with the letter ‘B,’ and most might assume their relationship ends there. But Dr. David Mellor, a leading animal welfare expert at Massey University in New Zealand, believes there is more to the story, especially when it comes to our horses....read on


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