September 2013

What it means and why it's important

By Amanda Preston

Have you ever brought your horse in from the pasture, or out of the stall, and he was just not right?  To anyone else who didn’tpreston1 know your horse, he would have seemed fine, but you know your horse, and you know he’s not right. 

Having this relationship and knowing your horse’s personality and habits can be of incredible value, especially if he’s sick or injured.  So let’s talk about your horse’s “baseline” and how it can save his life. 

The “baseline” is your horse’s normal vitals values at rest, pulse, respirations, temperature, weight and physical make up. 



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