Recently, two horses from the same farm came to the UF Large Animal Hospital about two days apart showing the same clinical signs of colic. Both horses had surgery at the UF Large Animal Hospital and each had an identical hard impaction in the large colon.
An American Drum Horse stallion named Mariah's Boon was a model patient when he received two surgeries for an abdominal abscess caused by a wire that had penetrated his stomach. Watch the video of Boon's successful outcome and life as a Breyer Horse Model.
Congratulations to Jamie for being a winner of the Name That Foal contest from this year's UF College of Veterinary Medicine Open House!