A study published online this spring found no link between the vast majority of horses who suffer from exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage and long-term racing performance.
A study conducted at Kentucky Equine Research indicates that 72 hours after being administered Salix (furosemide, also commonly called Lasix), active horses had difficulty replenishing calcium levels.
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Shari Eisaman talks about what she sees in young horses that indicates they will do well at the racetrack read blog
There is no evidence that creatine supplementation will help the performance horse.
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