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What is Normal?
Do you know what a healthy horse's vital signs should be?
Temperature: 37-38°C in the morning, below 38.5°C in the evening. Slightly higher in warm weather or in foals.
Pulse: 36-48 beats per minute.
Capillary refill time: 1-2 seconds, gums pink.
Respiration: 6-8 breaths per minute.
Intestinal Sounds: Gurgles, squeaks and rasps from intestinal area behind rib cage. You can hear them with your ear.
If you are concerned in any way about your horse's health, contact your veterinarian for advice/assistance!
Is your horse protected?....
As horse owners we all want to do what is best for our horses. If your horse has not been vaccinated against Tetanus, he/she is at risk. Any wound (even small, seemingly insignificant ones) can be potentially fatal if your horse contracts tetanus. Check out the website link below for more information about Tetanus and vaccinations against it:
If you have any concerns or to find out more, speak to your equine vet.
What's inside your horse?
When was the last time your horse or pony was wormed? Don't forget that intestinal parasites place a huge burden on you equine's digestive system and overall health. Horses with large worm burdens often suffer from malnutrition, poor coats, gastric ulcers, colic & even death!
There are a huge number of different worming products available, from daily food additives, natural remedies, drenches & pastes. If you are not sure about your horse's worm status or you have questions about your worming regime,
contact your equine veterinarian for advice. A fresh sample of manure should be checked by your vet (for a minimal fee) and will determine if your current worming regime is working effectively.
Annual General Meeting
2017 Annual General Meeting
Our Annual General Meeting was held on 21st October, 2017 at the lovely Mt Crawford Forest during our overnight camp. The weather was lovely and we had a great turn out.
Committee will be preparing our 2018 proposed events shortly and will take on board all suggestions put forward at the AGM. Thank you to all members who participated. APEC always welcomes input from our members.
Tracey Smith (Committee member and Treasurer) has been working tirelessly in the background in conjunction with the Adelaide Plains Council in seeking a lease for homegrounds for our club. She is doing a wonderful job and we are hopeful that our clubrooms and arena will be up and running by the end of 2018.
APEC Treasurer advised that APEC are in a sound financial position leading up to 2018.
A very big thank you to all our sponsors:- Penfield Kennerls & Cattery, Bonnetts, Becs Pony Pics, Toro Australia, Ace Two Wells Septic Cleaning Service and Two Wells Quality Meats. APEC value your support and actively support your business where possible.
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome our 2018 committee members and farewell Sam Palu (committee member) who has found that she is very busy of late and needs to concentrate on family at this point.
The 2018 committee will consist of:-
Sam Dragon - President
Jodie Bakker - Vice President
Melinda Boyce - Secretary
Bethany Cattell - Website/Facebook Co-Ordinator
Sonia Van De Kamp, Bec Black, Natalie Russell - Committee Member
Lastly, APEC would like to thank all Members as without you there would not be a club. Have a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and we look forward to enjoying your company in 2018!!!
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