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Against All Odds – Clinician’s Expertise Saves Equitation Star

Wednesday, January 29th, 2020

Last Thanksgiving, Conan, an 18.3-hand Argentinian warmblood, within hours went from being healthy and sound to being on the verge of death. Though the Big Equitation star’s tests were all coming back negative, it was clear he was running out of time—and it was up to the team at Tufts Equine Center to save him.

black and white photo of Conan, the Argentinian warmblood horse

Life-Saving Surgery Leads to Confident Comeback

Saturday, October 25th, 2014

Sam was well on his way to a successful career as a young eventer, when he was suddenly found to be facing a life-threatening case of colic one day. Tufts Hospital for Large Animals stepped in to complete a complicated surgery, and a year later Sam and Elizabeth Chertavian completed their first Preliminary event as a team.

The Old Gray Mare

Monday, March 18th, 2013

In some ways, she’s even better than she used to be, now that advances in geriatric equine medicine are helping horses live longer, healthier lives