Fairy Tale Story: The Journey of Satins Angel
with Alexa Lee
StallSide Rewind: Pioneering Equine Podiatry with
with Dr. Scott Morrison
|In this candid conversation, Alexa Lee shares the heartwarming and inspiring story of Satins Angel, the 2022 Rood & Riddle Sport Horse of the Year Award.||Dr. Peter Morresey and Dr. Bart Barber revisit an early episode (#9) with veterinary podiatry pioneer, Dr. Scott Morrison.|
The Cost of Horse Ownership
with Kate Hayes & Deb Reeder
Breaking Boundaires in Equine Fracture Repair
with Dr. Alan Ruggles
Scratches and Hives Oh My!
with Dr. Julia Miller
|From daily upkeep, veterinary care, farrier visits, and training expenses to unexpected medical emergencies, the cost of horse ownership can quickly add up. Our guests will share valuable insights and tips on planning financially for bringing a horse into your life.||In this fascinating discussion, Dr. Ruggles, delves into the intricacies of equine fracture repair, shedding light on the latest advancements and techniques in the field.||Throughout the episode, Dr. Miller provides valuable insights and practical advice for horse owners on recognizing, preventing, and treating these common skin conditions. Tune in to this episode of StallSide to learn more about how to keep your horse's skin healthy and happy!|
|The Importance of Ultrasound|
with Dr. Colton Thacker
A Conversation About HISA
The First Fifty
|Dr. Thacker will discuss his experiences working at yearling sales and how he uses his expertise in imaging to evaluate potential purchases for his clients.||Dr. Brown discusses the ways in which HISA has evolved and is being executed to bring uniformity, increased advocation, and safety to racing athletes and how these changes create a more positive racing experience for all involved.|
This special edition of StallSide celebrates the first fifty episodes of StallSide. The hosts look back at some of the most memorable moments, guests, and topics.
|Dystocia: It's All About Timing|
with Dr. Bret Woodie
The Most Interesting Guest So Far
|Surgeon Dr. Woodie explains the steps taken by the surgical and medical staff from the time the mare steps into the hospital with dystocia through recovery.||Dr. Barber talks about how changes in veterinary medicine and the importance of family have helped shape his career.|
Dr. Tanner, one of the few boarded equine dentists in the world, explains how these procedures can keep your horse healthy and performing at their highest level.
|Understanding Uterine Biofilm|
with Dr. Ryan Ferris
Rhodococcus Equi Infection Resistance
The PET Scan
|Dr. Ferris, one of the lead biofilm researchers, explains what biofilm is, its diagnosis, current treatments, and which mares are at greater risk.||Dr. Cohen of Texas A&M, one of the leading researchers of this R. equi, discusses screening programs, symptoms, treatment, and where the current research is leading.|
Dr. Garrett, Director of Imaging, and Dr. Bras, lead surgeon at the Wellington practice, discuss the uses of the PET scan in practice.
|The Latest Technology for the Equine Industry|
with Dr. Kevin Corley
The Evolution of Rood and Riddle Saratoga
The Time is Right for Your Barren Mare's Check-Up
|Software development in the equine industry hasn’t grown at the pace that it has in other industries. Communication and information flow is vital for equine healthcare.||Dr. Elzer, a surgeon at our Saratoga practice, has had a varied career. Farrier, economist, and surgeon are a few titles that can describe Dr. Elzer.|
Theriogenologist Dr. Sheerin joins Dr. Bart Barber and Dr. Peter Morresey to talk about the steps you can take to get your barren mare ready for the upcoming breeding season.
|Triage Evacuation and Caring for Animals Affected by Wildfire|
with Dr. John Madigan
An Elusive Disease: PPID
One Unusual Interview
|With wildfires happening more frequently throughout the United States, the need for horse and animal rescue has increased too.||While more commonly known as Cushing's Disease, Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction (PPID) is a very elusive condition to definitively diagnosis.|
Sometimes things beyond our control happen and you must adjust. You’ve been listening and seeing him now you get to get to know StallSide host Dr. Peter Morresey.
|Upper Airway Endoscopy in Sales Yearlings (Part 2)|
with Dr. Scott Pierce
Upper Airway Endoscopy in Sales Yearlings (Part 1)
General Practice: The Hardest Specialty
|We continue the discussion on the grading of a sales yearling’s airway and why a consistent scoring system is needed.||With buyers putting more importance on the grading of a sales yearling’s airway a consistent scoring system is needed.|
Mentoring veterinary students, handling reproduction cases, and seeing clients in his thriving sport horse medicine practice make up a typical day for this versatile veterinarian.
Turning The Tide In Equine Veterinary Medicine
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
|Rood & Riddle CEO, Dr. Spike-Pierce, explains the current situation of the industry and changes that can improve the industry.||Theriogenologist Dr. Scoggin talks about all things ICSI.|
Dr. Soignier disucsses how complimentary therapies can benefit your horse's overall health.
So You Want to Work With Horses?
Insights: Veterinary Medicine and the Racing Industry
The Problem Mare
|Chris Baker (COO,Three Chimneys) and Alanna Mathes (Intern Coordinator, RRVP) dive into equine careers and opportunities.||Dr. Bramlage gives his views on landmark advances in equine veterinary medicine, new developments and more...|
Theriogenologist, Dr. Bradecamp, discusses how pregnancy can be difficult to achieve and some potential remedies.
Laxity, Larvae, and Laminitis
The Evolution of the Madigan Squeeze
The New Foal Exam
|Podiatrist Dr. Lesser walks us through some of the common problems he sees in foals, including contraction and laxity of tendons and more...||Dr. Madigan recounts the evolution of the squeeze technique, used on maladjusted or dummy foals, from conception, testing, and some its unexpected uses.|
Dr. Metcalfe reviews what is involved in a new foal exam and the importance of prevention and early detection of potential problems ...
What You Need to Know About Colic
Strangles: The Strep Throat of the Equine World
A Force of Nature: The Life and Career of Larry Bramlage
|Dr. Hopper educates us on how colic is diagnosed, possible causes and complications , potential surgical outcomes, and more...||Dr. Boyle reviews the symptoms, the most effective methods of detection, the appropriate treatment of the horse and more..|
Starting at his family’s cattle farm in rural Kansas, he walks us through his early career and his most memorable cases.
The First Year
What's New In Equine Healthcare
The Human Cost of Veterinary Medicine
|Our co-hosts reminisce on the first year of StallSide and tell us what's in store for 2022.||Dr. Morresey and Dr. Barber recap the latest research presented at the recent AAEP National Convention.|
Dr. Goble of Not One More Vet. joins the podcast to discuss the well-being of veterinarians and their technicians...
A Deep Dive Into Laminitis
The Making of an Ambulatory Veterinarian
Dr. Morrison talks all things laminitis including biomechanics, treatment, potential outcomes, a
|From tube deworming and broodmare work to finding his passion in juvenile upper airway and mentoring veterina...|
Is your deworming program working? Dr. Nielsen teaches us about problems with current deworming programs..
What You Need To Know About EPM
Inside the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Lab
The Importance of Diagnostic Imaging
Dr. Steve Reed takes a deep dive into EMP discussing it's causitive organism, effects on the horse and more!
|Get a glimpse into the UK Diagnostic lab, and the importance it has in the equine industry.|
Dr. Katie Garrett, Director of Imaging, explains the current and future technologies used to diagnose equine illness and injury.
Rhodococcus Equi Prevention and Treatment
Lessons from the Theriogenology Conference
What You Need to Know About Colic
Dr. Bill Gilsenan dives into the current thinking about the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Rhodococcus Equi.
|Dr. Schnobrich brings us up to date on the latest research presented at the theriogenology conference.|
Surgery Resident, Dr. Sarah Tempelton talks with Dr. Morresey and Dr. Barber about colic with an emphasis on the large colon.
From the Beginning
An Interns View
Pioneering Equine Dentistry
Dr. Embertson talks about his humble beginnings
as the first surgeon at Rood & Riddle...
|From making the choice to come to Rood & Riddle to prior expectations and the reality of the experience...|
Equine dentist, Dr. Brad Tanner discusses the
importance of dental exams...
Pioneering Equine Podiatry
Tribute to Horseman John Hall
The Art of Equine Anesthesia
Dr. Morrison touches on the devastating disease
laminitis & what treatments have been developed ...
|Mark Taylor, of Taylormade Farm, reflects on the life and legacy left by influential horseman John Hall...|
Dr. John Hubbell talks about the history, current practices, & visions for the future of equine anesthesia...
The Man, The Myth,
A New Rotavirus
A Foal's First 24 Hours
Dr. Reed is well known throughout the world for
his expertise in equine neurology...
Dr. Emma Adam talks about life-threatening foal diarrhea, discovery, research and current treatments...
Kate Christie walks through the milestones of the first
30 days of a foal's life...
The Rood Side of Rood
Manging Dystocia on the Farm
The Riddle Half of Rood
Rood & Riddle co-founder, Dr. Bill Rood, looks back at his early career, his vision, & the development of...
Dr. Schnobrich tackles managing dystocia on the farm, the importance of timing, warning signs of...
Dr. Tom Riddle discusses the history of the hospital &
what's in store for the furture of equine health...