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Horsepower Technologies Launches World’s First Rehabilitative Orthotic for Horses

San Antonio, TX – November 20, 2017 – Horsepower Technologies™ Inc. (HTI), a Massachusetts-based healthcare and technology company dedicated to combating equine lameness, has developed a scientifically-proven, innovative product for horses...

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Horsepower Technologies receives media coverage from the Lowell Sun

Horsepower Technologies was featured by the Lowell Sun newspaper as an emerging company in the Lowell area.  "Horsepower Technologies exemplifies the types of startup companies the UMass Lowell Innovation Hub...

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The Horsepower Team Visits The Sanctuary

The Horsepower Technologies team had the opportunity February to tour The Sanctuary, located in sunny Ocala, FL with Mike Stenner, the General Manager.

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HTA Attends NAVC

HTI Attends NAVC

This February the Horsepower Technologies team attended the North American Veterinary Conference in Orlando, FL. This year was the first time all exhibits were under one roof, rather than split...

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Seeking Relief: Current Directions in Equine Pain Management

Learn what veterinarians are doing to improve how they control equine pain.

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When is a stumble something serious?

A misstep every now and again isn't much to worry about, but some types of stumbles warrant immediate attention.

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Yes Your Overweight Horse is at Risk for Laminitis FINAL

Yes, Your Overweight Horse is at Risk for Laminitis

“Horses with body condition score of 7 or higher, generalized and/or regional adiposity, larger neck circumference, and decreased height (think pony) were at an increased odds of developing laminitis.”

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Accelerating Medical Progress on Equine Lameness FINAL

Accelerating Medical Progress on Equine Lameness

Comprehensive overview of the modern advances on equine medicine focus on lameness.

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Observation, Science, and Equine Lameness Diagnosis

A significant number of pain-related gait abnormalities in horses are evident only when the horse is ridden, and are not apparent when the horse is hand-walked or longed.

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Study: Lamenesses Might Not Originate From Where You Think

New research is revealing some horses appear lame in one limb, might actually be compensating for pain in another foot or leg.

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