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Owner/rider Deanne Prusak shares her experience enrolling her horse in a clinical trial

Owner/rider Deanne Prusak shares her experience enrolling her horse in a clinical trial

The equine veterinary world is filled with research studies, new product developments and abundant opportunities to improve the life of horses in large and small ways. Have you ever considered participating in a clinical trial or wondered what it is like to participate in one? Deanne Prusak was faced with that opportunity and decided to participate in a clinical trial when her competitive trail horse, an 8-year-old Arabian, TA Kaiser+, came up lame at a NATRC ride in Louisiana in March 2015. After multiple treatments failed to resolve the situation, Prusak decided to participate in a clinical trial and she...

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EQUITHRIVE® LAUNCHES E-NEWSLETTERS: HORSE HEALTH, RESEARCH AND PROMOTIONS FEATURED

EQUITHRIVE® LAUNCHES E-NEWSLETTERS: HORSE HEALTH, RESEARCH AND PROMOTIONS FEATURED

Lexington, KY - February 9, 2017- Biological Prospects, the developer of  Equithrive® Joint and Metaboral™, is launching a new email newsletter series that will offer free informative horse healthcare news, research, and  promotions via two publications. The publications are designed for caregivers, owners, veterinarians and anyone with an interest in equine health. "Our company is research-based and we have a wealth of scientific and veterinary information available to share related to equine soundness, aging and metabolic topics. The digital newsletter format will provide health care in a brief, easy-to-read format, keeping readers informed on topics that impact their horses' daily lives....

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WATTS PRESENTS EQUITHRIVE® RESEARCH DURING AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF EQUINE PRACTITIONERS CONFERENCE

Lexington, Ky.- December 7, 2016 - Dr. Ashlee E. Watts was a presenter at the annual American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) conference in Orlando, Fla., detailing two years of clinical research results on the effects of Resveratrol on horses experiencing hock lameness. The study titled, "A randomized, controlled trial of the effects of Resveratrol administration in performance horses with lameness localized to the distal tarsal joints," provided proof that Equithrive® Joint is effective therapy for equine hock lameness.  Watts' research has created buzz in the horse world among veterinarians and caregivers as research in the equine supplement market is not commonly performed...

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EQUITHRIVE® AWARDS JOINT-WINNERS OF ‘FIST PUMP’ COMPETITION AT BOURBON INTERNATIONAL CSI3*

Equithrive®, the pioneer in equine Resveratrol therapy and official sponsor of The Fist Pump Contest at last weekend’s Bourbon International CSI3*, awarded a $500.00 check to joint-winners Ilan Bluman and Bryan Dietz, as both riders demonstrated the most enthusiastic ‘fist pump’ and expression for their extraordinary accomplishments at the show. The Bourbon International CSI3* is part of the Split Rock Jumping Tour and the riders received their awards at the conclusion of the $130,000 CSI 3* Grand Prix presented by Split Rock Farm, on Sunday, October 9. “It was a really fun competition as it was a great way for...

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TEXAS A&M CLINICAL TRIAL INDICATES EQUITHRIVE® JOINT IS EFFECTIVE THERAPY FOR EQUINE HOCK LAMENESS

TEXAS A&M CLINICAL TRIAL INDICATES EQUITHRIVE® JOINT IS EFFECTIVE THERAPY FOR EQUINE HOCK LAMENESS

Results Published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Lexington, KY – September 7, 2016 – Research published in the September 15 issue of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association provides supporting proof that the oral supplement, Equithrive® Joint, is an effective therapy for equine hock lameness. (study details below) The study, “A randomized, controlled trial of the effects of resveratrol administration in performance horses with lameness localized to the distal tarsal joints,” was led by Ashlee E.Watts, DVM, PhD, DACVS. Dr. Watts is a board certified large animal surgeon in the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences...

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