THE LATEST SCIENCE AND RESEARCH IN ORAL JOINT SUPPLEMENTS, ANTIOXIDANTS, BONE AND MUSCLE HEALTH
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Hear about the latest research and science in the use of oral joint supplements, bone health and density in weanlings and young Thoroughbred racehorses, the recommendation of supplementary antioxidants and delve into new research on muscle health in performance horses. Learn about the next generation of science and the use of coenzyme Q10 in horses which is a powerful antioxidant which improves athletic energy generation while protecting against exercise induced muscle damage. Learn about the facts and what to look for when recommending products to your clients – to ensure they are achieve the best health and performance outcomes. Have a chance to ask all your questions relating to these topics, feeding management for horses with muscle disorders, performance horses and how nutrition can have an impact on optimal performance during training and competition.Presenter
Dr. Peter Huntington received a veterinary degree from the University of Melbourne in 1981 and then worked in equine practice in Berwick, Victoria. He joined the Department of Agriculture (Victoria) as the horse specialist veterinary officer. While with the Department of Agriculture, he conducted research and investigation into the nutrition of horses.Dr. Huntington is an external lecturer and examiner at the University of Melbourne Veterinary Science program and holds numerous other appointments in the horse industry. He is a past president and editor of the Australian Equine Veterinary Association and has been a Trustee of the Australian Horse Industry Council for a number of years. In 1993 he joined Rhone-Poulenc Animal Nutrition (RPAN) as Director of Equine Nutrition to spearhead their horse nutrition division. This commenced a relationship with Kentucky Equine Research (KER), who provided consultancy services to RPAN. In 1999, KER established an Australasian operation with Dr. Huntington as Director of Equine Nutrition.Dr. Huntington travels widely to consult with horse owners and managers on equine nutrition and to lecture on the subject. Dr. Huntington is the author of the popular book “Horse Sense – The Guide to Horse Care in Australia and New Zealand” 2nd edition published in 2005 and is a respected author of many articles and papers on a variety of topics relating to equine nutrition.
This lecture took place on 30/05/2019
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