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Exercise intolerance / poor performance testing Owner Factsheet

If your horse isn't performing to the best of its ability, there may be an underlying problem that will need to be investigated by your vet. Exercise intolerance can have a number of causes and finding out what it is can be a lengthy process, but more often than not, treatment will be available to get your horse back on top form.

What should I do if my horse is feeling 'off'?

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What will my vet do?

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What is involved in a lameness work-up?

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What is involved in a respiratory examination?

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What is involved in a cardiovascular examination?

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What else do I need to know?

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