Client Resources

At Morgan Equine Surgery and Sports Medicine, our commitment lies in equipping you with the necessary knowledge and assistance to make well-informed decisions regarding your equine patient’s well-being. With our range of client resources at your disposal, we strive to empower you throughout your journey of horse care.

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Our Online Bill Pay system is designed with our customers in mind, offering a seamless and user-friendly experience. With just a few clicks, you can securely manage your payments.

Externship and Internship Opportunities

Our externship and internship opportunities offer a unique blend of mentorship and practical training. If you are seeking hands on experience, our programs provide immersive training and expertise.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the most common racing-related injuries in horses and can they be prevented?

Common racing-related injuries in horses include tendon and ligament strains, joint issues, and stress fractures. While it is not always possible to prevent every injury, proper conditioning and training, maintaining optimal body weight, utilizing appropriate protective gear such as leg wraps or boots, and regular veterinary check-ups can help minimize the risk of injuries. View our services for more information.

How can I optimize my racehorse's performance and prevent injuries?

To optimize performance and minimize injuries, it is crucial to have a well-rounded approach. This includes proper conditioning, balanced nutrition, regular veterinary examinations, monitoring for any signs of lameness, adequate rest periods, and having an individualized training program designed by a qualified trainer. Contact our team to learn more!

How can I manage my racehorse's stress and wellbeing during training and competition?

Proper management of stress is essential for racehorses’ mental and physical well-being. Providing a structured training routine, ample turnout time, regular veterinary assessments, and proper rest periods are all vital to managing stress levels. Additionally, maintaining good communication and partnership with your trainer and veterinary team can help ensure your horse’s overall welfare is prioritized throughout their racing career. Our team of professionals is happy to advise you further on best practices for managing the stress of your horse.

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