Trade Zone: Ulcers..For Life?
What could the following three situations all have in common?
1. You return home from the track after a disappointing race. You had high hopes for your elite runner and he didn’t hit the board. He occasionally looks at his sides and appears uncomfortable.
2. You have a young, excitable filly that was recently weaned. A normally robust and outgoing foal, she is now standing in her stall, uninterested in either interacting with humans or eating her grain.
3. Your mature gelding that lives on lush pasture recently went through a mild bout of laminitis. He’s always been a stoic fellow and rarely shows when he’s in pain. Now, his hair coat is dull, and he seems to be “depressed.”
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