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The horse’s heart is one very large muscle; it has four chambers and supplies blood to all parts of their body from birth until death.

There may come a time where, as a horse owner, you will be faced with one of the hardest decisions you will ever make, and that is the decision to end your horses life. Such a decision does not come easily but it is the last ‘kind act’ you can do for your horse.

Oesophageal obstruction or choke is a condition describing, in most cases an impaction of the oesophagus with food material which results in a dysphagia.

Equine gastric ulcer syndrome (EGUS) is a common condition in horses.