Mark Baus

Equinosis has become the standard by which I assess all lameness cases. After looking at lame horses for four decades, I now realize I was examining horses without as much information as I needed before I was using the Q. My clients, many of whom are discerning professionals, now rely on this technology as much as I do. After assessing more than 500 horses in the past 3 years, I have two hard and fast rules: never assess a nerve block without using the Q and never let my clients purchase a horse without the information offered by the Q.

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