The Center for Equine Health is dedicated to advancing the health, well being, performance and veterinary care of horses through research and education. As part of that mission, the Center distributes information generated from its scientific endeavors and its affiliation with the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in publication formats that are easily accessible to both horse enthusiasts and veterinary professionals.
The primary publication used for this communication is The Horse Report. Published quarterly, it provides up-to-date information on numerous topics related to equine health.
A second publication entitled Research Review highlights our ongoing research endeavors and reports on discoveries from newly completed scientific investigations.
In addition, annual specialty publications concentrate on an in-depth discussion of a single topic considered critically important to the horse industry (Equine Sanctuary & Rescue Facility Guidelines, Suspensory Ligament Injuries in Horses, Global Health and the Sport Horse, Racing Against Time).
Onward Into the 21st Century Communication
Starting with our July 2010 Horse Report, we will be adding a new full-color, interactive format that will allow us to include video, enhancing our publication to better inform our readers on the latest in equine health.
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Index of Health Topics from Horse Reports
An Index of Health Topics contained in past issues of The Horse Report is now available to facilitate the use of previous publications.