Milbourn Equine Gastroscope Clinics

Do you suspect your horse is suffering from gastric ulcers?
Gastric ulcerations are very common, recent studies have shown up to 98% of racehorses and up to 53% of leisure horses are affected.

Symptoms are often vague and can include:

• Poor performance
• Changes in behaviour
• Weight loss/ failure to maintain condition
• Colic
• Girthing pain
• Poor coat condition

Once diagnosed gastric ulcers can be treated quickly and effectively with medication and horses usually return to their former level of performance. Milbourn Equine offer twice monthly gastroscope clinics at Benenden and Sevington, where you can book in to bring your horse along for a gastroscope at a reduced price.

Scoping in your yard is also available by appointment – please ring for details

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Benenden Gastroscope Dates

18th November 2015

16th December 2015

20th January 2016

17th February 2016

Gastroscope Clinics

Do you suspect your horse is suffering from gastric ulcers?
Gastric ulcerations are very common, recent studies have shown up to 98% of racehorses and up to 53% of leisure horses are affected.

Symptoms are often vague and can include:

• Poor performance
• Changes in behaviour
• Weight loss/ failure to maintain condition
• Colic
• Girthing pain
• Poor coat condition

Once diagnosed gastric ulcers can be treated quickly and effectively with medication and horses usually return to their former level of performance. Milbourn Equine offer twice monthly gastroscope clinics at Benenden and Sevington, where you can book in to bring your horse along for a gastroscope at a reduced price.

Scoping in your yard is also available by appointment – please ring for details

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Sevington dates         Benenden dates

7th July 2015                  17th June 2015
4th August 2015             15th July 2015
1st September 2015        19th August 2015 and 16th September