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28 November, 2021 12:21
A LEADING vet has aired cautious hope that targeted hyposensitivity testing is having a “very deterrent effect” in endurance.
FEI veterinary director Göran Åkerström shared the news of the “very successful control programme” at the federation’s general assembly last week (14–17 November).
He said the programme, which ran across 2020 and 2021, was designed to protect horses from being nerve blocked before or during rides.
A total of 395 horses were examined at FEI events, with 452 examinations. Of these, four positive cases were found.
“It’s been a really, really useful tool and the reactions from the endurance community have been very positive,” said Mr Åkerström...
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