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Fourth Annual Tex Cauthen Memorial Seminar – The Horse, The Hoof and The Racing Surface; A Biomechanical Overview
Fourth Annual Tex Cauthen Farrier / Veterinarian / Researcher Memorial Seminar, at the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, 9 am, Sunday, Jan. 19th, 2020.
The Fourth Annual Tex Cauthen Memorial Seminar focuses on the Horse, the Hoof, the Racing Surface and Rehabilitation. The Seminar begins with a welcome to The Gluck Equine Research Center by Dr. Thomas Tobin, then a memorial to Mr. Tex Cauthen by Mr. Hans Albrecht, followed by an update on blood biomarkers and equine health by Dr. Allen Page. The program then moves to the major morning session chaired by Dr. Thomas Tobin, in which Dr. Kevin Keegan presents his “Lameness Locator” technology, which objectively quantifies equine gait asymmetries. We then link electronically to Singapore, from where Dr. Bronte Forbes will describe the application of this “Lameness Locator” technology by the Singapore Turf Club. The program then moves to a round table discussion with Drs. Keegan and Forbes, with Drs. Mundy and Farmer as invited discussants. Lunch is next, noon to 1 pm, most generously hosted by Mr. Doug Watkins and Breeder’s Farrier Supply of Lexington.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Comparison of Pre-Race Inflammatory Marker mRNA Expression with Race-Related Parameters in Thoroughbreds. Dr. Allen Page, DVM, PhD Scientist Veterinarian, Gluck Equine Research Center
- How can Inertial Sensor / Lameness Locator Technology be used to Prevent Racing and Training Related Injuries in Thoroughbred Racehorses? Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, ACVS Professor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri
- Objective Asymmetry Assessment /Lameness Locator a New Tool in the Box: Now How do we Use it? Dr Bronte Forbes, Veterinarian Singapore Turf Club, Singapore Malaysia
- Recovering Hoof Shape and the Return of the Athletic Hoof. Dr. Simon Curtis, PhD, FWCF, Hon Assoc., RCVS S Curtis Farriery Ltd, Newmarket, England
- And More
This Fourth Annual Tex Cauthen Memorial Seminar has been submitted for 8 hours of Continuing Education Credits by the Kentucky Board of Veterinary Examiners for Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians. This event is also submitted for 5.5 American Association of Professional Farriers (AAPF) Continuing Education Credits, for more information,