A Pioneering Approach to Equine Health

Horses are individuals, and a one-size-fits-all approach to their care can fall short in producing desired outcomes. The Pioneer 100 Horse Health Project (P100HHP) aims to lay the foundation for tailoring veterinary medical approaches to each horse’s specific needs through precision medicine.

Equine Microchips

Microchips are small, safe, inexpensive forms of permanent identification.

Fibrotic Myopathy

Fibrotic myopathy is a mechanical lameness caused by scar tissue in the muscle.

Pastern Dermatitis (Scratches)

Pastern dermatitis, also known as scratches, is commonly characterized by inflammation of the skin on the back of the pastern(s).

Summer Sores

Summer sores, also known as habronemiasis or habronematidosis, are a parasitic disease of equids linked to the life cycles of stomach worms.