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14/ JULY 2019 THE RIDER Whispering Hearts


is a non-profit organization that relies on public support and donations.


Our mandate is to provide care and


rehabilitation to abused and neglected horses. We assist community members that can no longer care for their horses in an


attempt to prevent innocent animals being subjected to auctions and slaughter.


Visit our website to see how you can help!


Hagersville, ON (905) 768-9951


www.whhrescue.com whhr08@gmail.com


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Where the Whispers of Many Horses in need are Heard!


Joint Health Supplements For Horses


By Dr. Wendy Pearson Oral joint health prod-


ucts are consistently amongst the popular dietary products given to horses. They have also provided the most scien- tific evidence for efficacy. Although much of this re- search is not specifically in horses, it is generally ac- cepted by most cartilage biol- ogists that glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate can be beneficial to joint health. This potential benefit is critically dependent on the quality of the product. (see Stacey Oke’s article in the Equine Veterinary Journal about joint product quality - Equine Vet J. 2006 Jan;38(1):93-5) High


quality glu-


cosamine and chondroitin can reduce inflammation associ- ated with arthritis and can


slow down the progression of cartilage breakdown. Some interesting research out of the Colorado State University (see Equine Vet J. 2005 May;37(3):227-31) demon- strated that these two ingredi- ents work better together than either one by itself. This un- derstanding has lead to the availability of joint health products in the market that contain both. Another interesting sup-


plement finding popularity for joint health is MSM (methylsufonylmethane). While this ingredient has not generated an abundance of scientific inquiry, one study conducted on jumping horses shows that it can reduce ox- idative damage and inflam- mation associated with high intensity exercise (Acta Vet


Scand. 2008 Nov 7;50:45). The landscape for equine studies into joint supplements is slowly improving thanks to a select few companies who are committed to investing in research on their products. This hopeful trend will likely continue, especially if horse people insist the equine sup- plement companies they pur- chase from choose to be in this group, to the great benefit of their horses.


See also: J. vet. Pharmacol. Therap. 31, 268–271, doi: 1 0 . 1 1 1 1 / j . 1 3 6 5 - 2885.2008.00946.x. Simu- lated


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glucosamine-based equine nutraceutical modifies effect of IL-1 in a cartilage explant model of inflammation.


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President – Barb McCaughey Vice-President - Mary Baks Treasurer – Mary Jo MacDonnell Membership - Greg Crispin Recording Secretary – Nicole Van Esch Directors: Kassidy Holloway Lisa Mayer Chet Martin


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