Spring Associated Respiratory Disease is coming!



Do you have a horse prone to respiratory problems? For many such horses things could be about to get worse. But it’s not anything new. This is something that happens every year! For those of you who think that Winter is a bad time for respiratory problems in horses with them being in more and exposed to dust and mould and bacteria in bedding, infections going around and eating more hay (a major source of respiratory irritants), then you may be in for a surprise as we are starting . . .

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Dr David Marlin is a physiologist and biochemist who has worked in academia, research and professional sport. He has worked in the equestrian and veterinary world and in human sport, healthcare, medicine and exercise science. In 1989 David obtained his PhD from the UK’s leading sports university, Loughborough University following a four-year study on the responses of Thoroughbred racehorses to exercise and training, undertaken at the renowned Animal Health Trust in Newmarket. You can read David's full biography in the Our Website section.