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Diary of an Ex Race Horse - Part 1 by Lou Crow Sync Technician

Since losing Rou, my horse of a lifetime, in 2016, I haven’t had the smoothest of rides with horses - I mean this quite literally. I bought a mare in 2017 who turned out to have huge behavioural issues and became too dangerous for anyone to ride. So, due mainly to my lack of  ... more ›

My Personal Experience of Thermography - by Equine Vet Lucinda Ticehurst BSc BVMed Sci Hons BVM BVS MRCVS

As a vet, I have worked with SyncEquine (http://www.syncequine.com/) – specialists in quality controlled veterinary physiological imaging, for a few years now and routinely get my point to point horses scanned pre and post season. A Surprise Find During Routine Monitoring A ... more ›

Back Pain and Poor Performance

Back Pain and Poor Performance As the new year begins, it's a great time to iron out those nagging worries over suspected pain or potential issues in your equine or canine family members and clients. For our first offer of the year, we are offering a 10% discount on both ... more ›

Equine Back Pain by Tracy Lomax D.O

Does your horse have back pain? The basic structure of a horse is modified on an ancestor adapted for grazing, reproducing, and frustrating predators. Its modern descendant has been modified to develop many different qualities such as speed for racing, power for jumpi ... more ›

Diagnosing Equine Back Problems

SyncThermology regularly visit clients who suspect their horse may have a back issue and are looking for a way of establishing or ruling this out. We are happy to arrange clinics and screening days as well as single visits nationally, so if this is something you are interested in, vis ... more ›