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Equine Gastric Ulcers Risk Assessment

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Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome is the term used to describe the erosion of a horse's stomach lining, due to either prolonged exposure to the acid produced by the stomach or due to a breakdown in the natural protective barriers. Any horse can get a gastric ulcer, from highly-strung racing machines to performance horses to good-natured ponies. The signs of a gastric ulcer can be difficult to recognise. By answering the following short questionnaire we can advise you on the potential risk to your horse. As gastric ulceration is a serious condition, contact your vet to discuss the findings of this risk assessment as soon as possible if you have any concerns.

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