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Pet Peeves of a Dressage Judge

USEF Senior Judge Marilyn Heath joins us to share her pet peeves from a dressage judge’s point of view. Marilyn Heath is a USEF Senior Dressage Judge, L Education Program Faculty member, USDF L Program and Judges Committee member, and USDF Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. (2206)

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Equine Nutrition and Vaccinations with Dr. Richard Mitchell

Richard Mitchell, DVM, MRCVS, Diplomate, ACVSMR, Newtown, CT, graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1974. He has been involved in national and international equine competitions as both a rider and veterinarian. As a rider, he has won two national championships and one world championship in various disciplines. His fifth visit to the Olympic Games as an attending veterinarian for the US Equestrian Team was in 2012. (2194)

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Working with Cones

Have more fun learning dressage by using cones. Get some great ideas from USEF S Judge and L Faculty member Kathy Rowse (2190)

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The Science and Treatment of Back Lameness

In this lecture, Dr Myhre explores how lameness can originate through the back and spine. Recorded at the 2016 Adequan/USDF Annual convention. (2172)

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Stephen Clarke's Training Insights

Excerpt from the 2016 Adequan/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference. (2167)

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EPM with Dr. Stephen Reed

Dr. Stephen Reed from Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital joins us for an in-depth discussion on equine protozoal myelitis (EPM) (2161)

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Navicular Syndrome

Hagyard Equine Medical Institute Veterinarian Dr. Courtney Wittich joins us to talk about the diagnosis and treatment of navicular syndrome. (2157)

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Johann Hinnemann at the 2016 Adequan®/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference

Listen to excerpts from the 2016 Adequan®/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference. Johann Hinnemann talks about suppleness (2151)

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